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Official UKC Breed Standard Revised April 15, 2007 Copyright 1991, United Kennel Club, Inc. The goals and purposes of this breed standard include: to furnish guidelines for breeders who wish to maintain the quality of their breed and to improve it; to advance this breed to a state of similarity throughout the world; and to act as a guide for judges. Breeders and judges have the responsibility to avoid any conditions or exaggerations that are detrimental to the health, welfare, essence and soundness of this breed, and must take the responsibility to see that these are not perpetuated.

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Home » Dogs » Airedale Terrier Puppies For Sale These dogs, known as the "King of the Terriers," originated in Yorkshire, England. Standing 23 inches at the shoulders, they have been used for farm work, police duty and military defense. They are loyal and protective towards family, but reserved with other people and dogs. Grooming for the show circuit requires hand-stripping the coat, but pets can be kept neat with regular clipping.

Airedale Terrier puppies for sale Currently there are no Airedale Terrier Puppies for sale available, however we have breeders registered in our database. It is possible that all of the available Puppies for sale are not listed here. If you would like we could send a broadcast to these breeders advising them of your interest and also place an advertisement within the wanted dogs section of this site.

The Airedale Terrier, often known as ‘The King of Terriers,’ is the largest terrier breed and originates from the area of Aire Valley in Yorkshire. The tallest of all the terrier group, they have a distinctive appearance with a black and tan coat often described in terriers as “broken. ” The Airedale Terrier has been known as many things over the years, including the “Working Terrier” since it is capable of performing so many duties: wartime guard, messenger, rodent control, hunting, etc.

T he Airedale Terrier, also known as "The King of Terriers" is the largest of all terrier breeds. His greater size embodies equally large devotion and courage while still being one of the calmest and most eager to please. O riginating in the Valley of Aire in England, we suspect he is a cross between the Old English Terrier, the Otterhound and other various Terriers, creating a hearty dog that quickly earned the title "Jack of All Trades".

Welcome to the “Colorado Airedale Terrier Breeders” page of Local Puppy Breeders! If this is your first time visiting our site, every state page on LPB (that's shorthand for Local Puppy Breeders) has a complete list of every single local breeder that we have identified in that state. You will be able to find all their current contact information, as well as link to their website, so you can see what puppies they currently have available for sale.

Sponsored Links A Henderson couple is sentenced today after pleading guilty to animal abuse charges. The case involves nearly 30 Airedale Terrier dogs. Dorothea and Richard Conroy were sentenced to six months house arrest. They also cannot own animals for the next six LOST DOG - AIREDALE TERRIER. Last seen in/near Walkers Grove School/US 30 and 135th Street today (Monday) AM. Grey and tan, 65 lbs, blue collar, very scared and skittish.

I occasionally read comments to the effect that there is no such thing as a Oorang Airedale or Mountain Airedale. There are some out there, who for whatever reason, love to put down the larger breed of the Airedale Terrier. They usually say it’s just a marketing gimmick or that these dogs are subject to greater hip problems than the standard Airedale. Personally, I believe they’re wrong on both points.