Silky Terrier

Silky Terrier

The Silky Terrier dog is very loving with a cheerful demeanor. He’s very alert and makes a good watchdog. He has a little body with a beautiful coat. He’s very active and adventuresome outdoors, but can also be hugged up with his family at home. He’s also independent with a curious and mischievous disposition.

  • Low-shedding, hypoallergenic, and good for allergy sufferers
  • Compact size toy breed for carrying and small living quarters
  • Highly intelligent and alert and makes an excellent watchdog

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What is the average lifespan of a Silky Terrier?

A Silky Terrier lifespan ranges from 12 to 15 years of age.

Does a Silky Terrier shed?

The Silky Terrier dog is considered a low-shedding breed.

Is a Silky Terrier hypoallergenic?

The Silky Terrier qualifies as a hypoallergenic dog and is a good choice for people who suffer from allergies.

Do Silky Terriers have hair or fur?

The Silky Terrier dog has fur that isn’t, but it resembles human hair with its fine, silky, long-haired coat.

How big does a Silky Terrier get?

The Silky Terrier dog grows anywhere from 9 to 10 inches tall (at the shoulders).

How much should a Silky Terrier weigh?

The Silky Terrier weight differs slightly between the genders. A male can weigh somewhere between 9 to 11 pounds, while a female can range between 8 to 10 pounds.

What age is a Silky Terrier full grown?

A Silky Terrier reaches its full grown age around two years of age.

Do Silky Terriers bark a lot?

The Silky Terrier dog tends to bark a lot, and sometimes, excessively. It also tends to bark at many sounds it hears.

Are Silky Terriers aggressive?

Typically, a Silky Terrier isn’t an aggressive dog, but he possesses a territorial nature and has a tendency to show aggression towards other dogs and pets.

Are Silky Terriers smart?

Silky Terrier dogs are very intelligent. The Australian Silky Terrier ranks #37 on the smartest dogs list.

Are Silky Terriers good with cats?

A Silky Terrier dog does okay with cats provided they are socialized early, but they do have a high prey drive which causes them to want to chase after felines.

Can Silky Terriers be left alone?

Silky Terrier dogs can’t be left alone for long periods because they suffer from separation anxiety, and because of this, they can exhibit destructive behaviors.

What do Silky Terriers eat?

Your Silky Terrier should be consuming nutritious high-quality dry kibble or wet food. Whatever the food, it should be age-appropriate and should contain animal-based proteins and fiber, be high in calcium, and have healthy fats. Other human foods can include cooked eggs, ground bones, cottage cheese, and some fruits and vegetables that are dog-friendly. The diet of a Silky Terrier puppy differs from an adult dog, so you must discuss your dog’s meal plan with your veterinarian to see what diet works best.

Can Silky Terriers swim?

A Silky Terrier dog can swim, but they must be supervised when in water for fear of drowning. They should only stay in a body of water for a short period due to their coat getting wet, which can weigh them down and they’ll struggle to stay afloat.

When do Silky Terriers ears stand up?

The ears of a Silky Terrier will stand up naturally around six months of age.

Do Silky Terriers have tails?

The Silky Terrier dog has a docked tail that is set and carried high.

Why does my Silky Terrier shake?

The tail of a Silky Terrier typically shakes because of excitement or when they’re cold. Another reason could be illness or pain, in which you should seek immediate medical attention.

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