Welsh Terrier

The file could not be created.
 

The Welsh Terrier is a dog breed, one of many Terrier breeds. The Welsh Terrier originates from Wales and has existed since the last century. Until 1900, it was called the "Old English Terrier" or "Black and Tan Rough Haired Terrier". The breed has been recognised since 1886 and is more common than the Airedale Terrier or the Fox Terrier.The Welsh Terrier is suited to fox hunting and for being kept as a pet. This breed is coloured black and tan. They can grow up to 38cm with a weight of 9 kg.

Trivia: 
The direct descendant of the old English wirehaired black-and-tan sporting dogs from which have come many of the present-day terriers, the Welsh terrier was renowned for its gameness on badger, fox, and otter.ÿ <a href="http://www.akc.org/">(Credit: AKC.org)</a>
Information supplied by: 

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Welsh Terrier".ÿÿ Note: As we are interested in providing the best possible information within our site; we encourage dog clubs, authors or breeders to submit information for this breed. Currently we are looking for a profile for this breed that will cover general information, description, costs associated with raising this breed, life expectancy, history, grooming, trivia and average litter size. If you would like to sumbit information about this breed, contact us atÿcommunity@petstyle.comÿ