Airedale Terrier

Airedale Terrier

Meet the Airedale Terrier dog. He’s a medium-to-large size, elegant, dignified, and unique-looking canine. He possesses a cheerful demeanor with an adaptable nature when it comes to new situations. He’s low-shedding and hypoallergenic. He’s very athletic and energetic and the happiest when he gets his daily exercise. He’s also intelligent and fairly easy to train.

  • A family-friendly companion who’s a good playmate for kids
  • Low-shedding, hypoallergenic, and perfect for allergy sufferers
  • Very protective of loved ones, and makes a good guard dog

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What is Airedale Terrier life expectancy?

The Airedale Terrier lifespan ranges from 10 to 12 years.

Does an Airedale Terrier shed?

The Airedale Terrier is a moderate-shedding dog that sheds more during the spring and fall months.

Is an Airedale Terrier hypoallergenic?

Because of minimal shedding, an Airedale Terrier dog qualifies as a hypoallergenic dog. This is a great choice of dog for people who suffer from allergies.

How big is an Airedale Terrier?

The height of the Airedale Terrier differs slightly between the genders. A male can grow as tall as 23 to 24 inches (at the shoulder), while a female can grow somewhere between 22 to 23 inches (at the shoulder).

How much does an Airedale Terrier weigh?

Like height, the Airedale Terrier weight differs between the genders. The male can weigh anywhere between 51 to 64 pounds, while a female can weigh in the range of 40 to 44 pounds.

When do Airedale Terriers stop growing?

An Airedale Terrier dog stops growing and reaches its adult size around 8 months of age up until its first birthday.

Do Airedale Terriers bark a lot?

An Airedale Terrier is a medium-to-heavy barker. When he barks, it’s when he lacks exercise, he’s bored, or when he meets new people or other pets.

Is an Airedale Terrier a good family dog?

An Airedale Terrier dog makes a good family dog because he has a lot of personality and he’s also gentle and friendly. If properly socialized, he does well with children and makes a wonderful playmate.

Are Airedale Terrier aggressive?

An Airedale Terrier can be aggressive towards other dogs. He’s rarely aggressive towards humans. He can also become aggressive if he doesn’t get enough exercise, and if there are any threats toward his loved ones.

Are Airedale Terriers good guard dogs?

An Airedale Terrier is a good guard dog because he’s very protective of his family, and he’s always alert and aware of anyone approaching. He will bark to inform you, making him a good watchdog as well.

Are Airedale Terriers smart?

The Airedale Terrier dog is very intelligent. It ranks #29 on the list of the smartest dog breeds.

Are Airedale Terriers good for first time owners?

The Airedale Terrier is not recommended for first-time owners because it’s very tenacious and requires proper training and socialization from puppyhood so it can grow up to be a well-behaved dog.

Are Airedale Terriers good with cats?

The Airedale Terrier dog has an innate hunting instinct that may cause harm or death to a feline. It’s best if he’s exposed to, and socialized with cats from an early age.

How much should I feed my Airedale Terrier?

An Airdale Terrier should be eating two or three times a day, and consuming somewhere between 1.5 to 3.5 cups of high-quality dry or wet food. An Airedale Terrier puppy should consume 4 bowls of food between the ages of 8 to 12 weeks old, three meals for 3 to 6 months of age, and from 6 months on, two meals. Any diet should be discussed with your veterinarian.

Can Airedale Terriers be left alone?

An adult Airedale Terrier dog can be left alone somewhere between 2 to 6 hours. An Airedale Terrier puppy shouldn’t be left alone any longer than an hour or less.

What size crate for Airedale Terrier?

An Airedale Terrier fits nicely inside of a 42-inch dog crate.


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