Airedale Terrier Breeders White Hall AR

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Oak Park Animal Hospital
(870) 534-8144
2810 W 28th Ave
Pine Bluff, AR

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Breshears, David E, Dvm - Oak Park Animal Hospital
(870) 534-8144
2810 W 28th Ave
Pine Bluff, AR

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Arkansas River Reach Kennels
(479) 667-5177
3332 Eubanks Rd
Cecil, AR
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Pug

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Sunnydae Kennels
(870) 647-2233
14628 Highway 115
Maynard, AR
Breeds
German Shepherd Dog

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Livestock Guardian Angels
(501) 847-8488
18000 Vimy Ridge Rd
Alexander, AR
Breeds
Anatolian Shepherd Dog

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Port City Animal Hospital
(870) 879-9888
3404 Camden Rd Ste D
Pine Bluff, AR

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Top Dog Bloodhounds
(479) 227-1017
11822 Valley Loop
Waldron, AR
Breeds
Black And Tan Coonhound

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Degray Pekingese
(501) 817-0945
1633 Highway 7
Bismarck, AR
Breeds
Pekingese

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Windsor Cavaliers and Westies
(870) 213-5128
PO Box 413
Mountain View, AR
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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Country Estate Bulldogs
(479) 996-4818
3946 Boone Rd
Greenwood, AR
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Bulldog

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Airedale Terrier - Guide to Airdale Terriers

Description: Known as the "King of Terriers," the Airedale Terrier rightly deserves the title. Farmers and fishermen in the area of Yorkshire between the rivers Aire and Wharfe, developed the breed to serve a dual-purpose: they needed a dog that would keep the populations of fish-eating otters and crop-eating rats down. By crossing the Black and Tan Terrier with the Otterhound, the ideal sporting dog was created for the working man of the times. Although the original dogs of the mid-1800s were a mixed lot, their instincts were strong and true. By selectively breeding the best from each litter, the breed was standardized into the present-day Airedale: neat, tidy, and pleasing to the eye as well. Recognized in England in 1886, the Airedale made its first appearance in North America by the end of the 19th Century. The breed makes a good family pet and should be exercised daily with an outdoor walk.

Height:
The height for an Airedale Terrier is 23" (58.4cm)

Weight:
The weight for an Airedale Terrier is between 45 - 60 lbs (20.1 - 26.8 kg)

Coat Type:
The coat of the Airedale Terrier is wiry, hard, and lies close to the dog's body. There is a shorter, denser undercoat as well. Colors are tan and black. Grooming required includes "hand stripping" or the occasional trimming to maintain the terrier-look.

Temperament:
The Airedale Terrier was bred to be a hard-working dog but also enjoys playing, especially with children.
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