Airedale Terrier Puppy Sitting

Oorang Airedale Terriers

Our 92 Lb. Mountain Airedale watching our new 8 week old Mountain Airedale puppy in San Diego, California.

In the mid-19th century, some terriers near South Yorkshire’s River Aire were interbred with Otterhounds to enhance their scenting ability and hunting skills around water. This attempt resulted in bred known as the Waterside Terrier or Bingley, which was an expert in otter hunting. It was, however, only in 1878 that the breed was accepted as the Airedale Terrier.

Airedale Terrier puppies - Oorang Airedale Terriers
Airedale Terrier puppies

By the 20th century, Champion Master Briar, the breed’s patriarch, popularized the dog and his child achieved the same outcome in the U.S. The hunting ability and the size of the Airedale helped the dog earn huge renown as a big game hunter. The dog managed to become a good family pet and a police dog for its manner and smart looks. The period after World War I saw a decline in the dog’s popularity, but today many dog fanciers are once again becoming fond of the Airedale Terrier.

The Airedale Terrier is a handsome devil as well as a clever one, and charming enough to compensate for a certain degree of stubbornness.

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Oorang Airedale Terriers

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