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The airedale terrier today

by Janet Huxley

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Published by Howell Book House in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airedale terrier.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJanet Huxley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF429.A6 H88 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3968645M
    ISBN 10076456109X
    LC Control Number2001274898
    OCLC/WorldCa45178973

    Originating in the valley of England's Aire and Wharfe Rivers, the Airedale Terrier rightly deserves its moniker "the King of Terriers." A multi-talented and versatile superdog, the Airedale possesses the gameness of a terrier along with the retrieving and hunting abilities commonly associated with the sporting breeds/5.   I am an Airedale terrier who lives in the Sf Bay Area with my mom person (Mama for short). I am 4 years old now, and I am a "chatty Cathy" my mama says. I just have to say what is on my mind - what's wrong with that, I tell ya?! View my complete profile.

    The largest of the terrier breeds, the Airedale generally weighs between 40 and 65 pounds and stands 21 to 23 inches at the shoulder. He was one of the first breeds trained for police work in Germany and Great Britain and worked as a guard and messenger dog in World War I. tallest of the British terriers, the Airedale Terrier stands about 23 inches at the shoulders and is % athlete, a well-muscled, strongly boned working dog that has served in the military through both World Wars. Today the Airedale Terrier resides in pet homes around the world, highly regarded for his affectionate.

    Considered the "King of the Terriers,” the Airedale is the largest and most robust of the terriers, weighing 40 to 65 pounds. An all‑purpose dog, this smart, sweet-natured breed is up for most anything and likes to be challenged. He is also not afraid to stand up for himself should the situation demand it. Find Airedale Terrier Books for sale at Free Dog Listings. The biggest and most comprehensive catalog of Airedale Terrier Books in the world. The Airedale Terrier Today (Book of the Breed) $ Used Book in Good Condition Read More. The Dogfather: Dog wisdom & Life lessons: Airedale Terrier book. $ Read More. Airedale Terrier.


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Airedale Terrier Today - Janet Huxley Pages. Color Pictures. Airedale Terrier - Pet Owners Guide, by Janet Huxley. 80 Pages. Color Pictures.

This is a condensed version of the books listed above. Still an overall great book. Airedale Terrier - A new Owner's Guide, Betty-Anne Stenmark.

Pages. Color Pictures. /5(13). Airedale Terrier Today - Janet Huxley Pages. Color Pictures. Airedale Terrier - Pet Owners Guide, by Janet Huxley. 80 Pages. Color Pictures. This is a condensed version of the books listed above. Still an overall great book.

Airedale Terrier - A new Owner's Guide, Betty-Anne Stenmark. Pages. Color Pictures. The Airedale is the undisputed King of Terriers, and this impressive courageous dog has a worldwide following. Bred primarily as a hunter, the Airedale has also been used as a police dog and as a dispatch bearer in war.

In this comprehensive book of the breed, the author traces the origins of the Airedale, its development, and its spread worldwide. Get this from a library. The airedale terrier today. [Janet Huxley] -- The leading dogs in the breed are highlighted, and for the specialist, there is information on whelping and rearing a litter.

Illustrated with over colour and black-and-white photographs, this is. Airedale terriers. 1 - 7 of 7 results Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book.

Quickview. Airedale Terrier. by Bardi McLennan. NOOK Book $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ Add to Wishlist See All Formats. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book. Quickview. The Modern Airedale Terrier. by W.J. "THE AIREDALE TERRIER TODAY" by Janet Huxley a first editionthis is a collection of approx.

50 original drawings illustrating the breed standard that can be found in this book, the drawings show the correct and possible faults of the breed and also an illustrated trimming chart, mostly on A4 paper with the name of the artist to the rear of most drawings, this is a superb Seller Rating: % positive.

Best Training Book for Airedale Terrier Airedale Terrier Complete Owner’s Manual. The Airedale Terrier Complete Owner’s Manual is the comprehensive guide to feeding, grooming, training, and taking care of your unique Airedale.

As you may know, Airedale Terriers are extremely independent and strong-minded, and therefore they can be difficult. What's Happening. The Airedale Terrier Today The Airedale is the undisputed king of Terriers, and this impressive, courageous dog has a worldwide following.

Bred primarily as a hunter, the Airedale has also been used as a police dog and as a dispatch bearer in war. Out–going and confident, the Airedale makes a fine show dog, and its kind, friendly nature makes /5(13).

The Airedale Terrier Today The Airedale is the undisputed king of Terriers, and this impressive, courageous dog has a worldwide following.

Bred primarily as a hunter, the Airedale has also been used as a police dog and as a dispatch bearer in war. Out-going and confident, the Airedale makes a Pages:   The Airedale Terrier Today The Airedale is the undisputed king of Terriers, and this impressive, courageous dog has a worldwide following.

Bred primarily as a hunter, the Airedale has also been used as a police dog and as a dispatch bearer in war. Out-going and confident, the Airedale makes a fine show dog, and its kind, friendly nature makes /5(12). Airedale, a valley (dale) in the West Riding of Yorkshire, named for the River Aire that runs through it, was the birthplace of the breed.

In the midth Century, working class people created the Airedale Terrier by crossing the old English rough-coated Black and Tan Terrier (now known as the Welsh Terrier) with thethe Kennel Club of England formally.

The Hunting Airedale The Airedale Terrier was developed in in England in the midth century specifically for hunting both fur and feathered game. The men who began the blend of breeds that was to become the Airedale Terrier were not gentlemen of the sporting world, but rather practical farmers who needed a game dog t.

The Airedale Terrier was recognized by the American Kennel Club inalong with 7 other breeds, and is its 39th breed.

Share The Airedale was a popular breed with U.S. Presidents. AireNet Australia Inc. has 4, members. Welcome to AireNet Australia Inc – the Facebook group of The Airedale Terrier Rescue &. NOTE: Airedale Terrier Rescue organizations may freely distribute copies of this document.

Kathy Dowd and Lori Valentine (MoonDance) are members of the Airedale Terrier Club of America, and work together to breed, train, and show (conformation and obedience) Airedale Terriers. Airedale Terriers originated from Aire River region of England primarily by crossing a Terrier with an Otter Hound in the middle s.

The exact strain of terrier or likely terrier types utilized is the subject of some controversy. Most accounts state that the Black and Tan Terrier or Broken Coated Terrier were used. Obedience training is important for these quick learners, but make sure to keep it interesting – they can get bored easily.

They also thrive with daily exercise. Although relatively easy to maintain, the Airedale coat needs regular brushing and stripping. The Airedale Terrier is the largest and hardiest of the terriers, and an all around. Airedale fanciers often point proudly to the words of Theodore Roosevelt, who said the Airedale Terrier could "do anything any other dog can do, and then lick the other dog, if he has to." Those words probably describe the Airedale of history better than the dog of today, whose main job now is to be a companion.

The information above is quoted from “The New Terrier Handbook” by Kerry Kern. This book is a great source for learning about the standards and behaviors of the Terrier family. It also provides very useful information on raising, training, and caring for your new terrier. (Click on the cover to purchase this book!!!).

Originating in the valley of England's Aire and Wharfe Rivers, the Airedale Terrier rightly deserves its moniker "the King of Terriers." A multi-talented and versatile superdog, the Airedale possesses the gameness of a terrier along with the retrieving and hunting abilities commonly associated with the sporting breeds.Today, they continue to excel at hunting, obedience trials, and field competitions.

Additionally, they are trained as seeing eye dogs for the blind. The Airedale Terrier is the largest of the various terrier breeds. The Airedale Terrier of today was descended from a Rough-Coated Black and Tan Terrier and an Otterhound.The Airedale for Work and Show A.

F. Hochwalt The Airedale for Work and Show, a reprint by A. F. Hochwalt, is a valuable link in the history of the Airedale Terrier that no enthusiast should be without! The book is filled with facts and lore of the Airedale's early days in America as well as several pages of carefully reproduced photographs.