Silky Terrier Breeders Joplin MO

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Academy Animal Hospital
(417) 781-8681
201 E 15th St
Joplin, MO

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Madison Animal Clinic
(417) 673-2455
1631 S Madison St
Webb City, MO

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Classytouch
(636) 463-2070
620 Schultz Ct
Foristell, MO
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Chinese Crested

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Box S Ranch
(417) 850-5312
13741 N 4th St
Jasper, MO
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Australian Shepherd

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Yoshi's Puppies
2065 N Farm Rd 81
Springfield, MO
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Bichon Frise

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College View Veterinary Clinic
(417) 781-1563
4930 Newman Rd
Joplin, MO

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Saladin, Sarah J, Dvm - Carthage Animal Hospital
(417) 358-4914
2213 Fairlawn Dr
Carthage, MO

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Castlewood Bulldogs
(417) 274-1881
HC 68 Box 84
Caulfield, MO
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Bulldog

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Victory Acres
14125 Sycamore Ln
Jasper, MO
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Chihuahua

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vom Amaris K-9
(573) 729-3735
PO Box 216
Townville, MO
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Doberman Pinscher

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Silky Terrier - Guide to Silky Terriers

Description: The Silky Terrier is a small type breed, low set and fine boned with a long blue and tan coat parted down the middle. In the late 1800s, breeders in Australia wanted to improve the color of the Australian Terrier's blue and tan coat, therefore crossbred this breed with the Yorkshire Terrier. Initially each litter produced some Silky Terriers, yet also Australian Terriers as well as Yorkies. The Silky Terriers were then bred together until the desired type was achieved. In both Sydney and Victoria, Australia, breed standards were written, although there were differences between the two. Eventually however, there was a meeting of the minds and the breed standard was unified in 1926.

Silky Terriers were brought to the United States -where they quickly became popular - by WWII servicemen who had been stationed in Australia. This breed has a characteristic trait of being keenly alert and they're also known to be charming, lively and happy. While the Silky Terrier has always been an ideal companion, they are also known to hunt and kill small rodents.

The American Kennel Club recognized the Silky Terrier in the Toy Group in 1959.

Height: The height for a Silky Terrier can be from 9 to 10 inches (23 - 26 cm) tall. AKC Standard

Weight: The weight of a Silky Terrier is approximately 10 pounds (4.5 kg).

Coat Type: The Silky Terrier's coat is long, fine, glossy, straight and silky. The coat should be brushed and bathed regularly.

Color: The color of the Silky Terrier's coat can be all shades of blue and tan.

Temperament : The Silky Terrier is a very alert breed. He is also active, intelligent, affectionate and happy. Since this breed is eager to learn, it makes training easy. Training needs to start at an early age and should be consistent and firm with a lot of praise given. A Silky Terrier owner needs to be his leader at all times, otherwise behavior problems can arise. Socialization is also very important. Silky Terriers a...

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