Airedale Terrier Service Dog

Airedale Terrier Service Dog

Airedale Terrier breeder talks about her Airedale service dog program.

The Airedale Terrier service dog in the video is a very rare black Airedale Terrier.

Because this program is based on dog availability, currently the breeder is not taking any new applications. If or when this program is reopened, will post a notice here in this text. If you require a service dog you can send details to: & your email will be sent on to the breeder.

Airedale Terrier Service Dog

black Airedale Terrier   Airedale Terrier Service Dog
black Airedale Terrier – Airedale Terrier Service Dog

Airedales are truly one of a kind! Long love the King! Yes, the Airedale Terriers are lovely-natured charismatic dogs and really affectionate too! Plus, the Airedale is VERY smart and fun loving! Airedales have wonderful dispositions and are easily trained.

Large Airedale Terrier
Large Airedale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier, the largest member of the terrier group, is known to admirers as the King of Terriers. They have broad versatility, intelligence, and unswerving loyalty.

Large Airedale Terriers
Large Airedale Terriers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

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 mid-19th century, working-class people created the Airedale Terrier by crossing the old English rough-coated Black and Tan Terrier with the Otterhound and an assortment of other breeds. In 1886, the Kennel Club of England formally recognized the Airedale Terrier breed.

In 1864 they were exhibited for the first time at a championship dog show sponsored by the Airedale Agricultural Society. They were classified under different names, including Rough Coated, Bingley and Waterside Terrier. In 1879 breed fanciers decided to call the breed the Airedale Terrier, a name accepted by the Kennel Club (England) in 1886.

The first imports of Airedale Terriers to North America were in the 1880s. The first Airedale to come to American shores was named Bruce. After his 1881 arrival, Bruce won the terrier class in a New York dog show.



Airedale Terrier Service Dog

3 Replies to “Airedale Terrier Service Dog”

  1. I have been disabled since 1980, have had five Airedale in my life time. My first dog I recused from the pound. I adopted him in 1998, he was a wonderful dog and my son an I fell in love with Airedales. Since that time we have had only Airedale puppy’s. Generally we have had two Airedales a female and male. They are so smart, loving and loyal. As my disabled processed it became clear I was going to need a service dog. I had requested a service dog and was told hoe long the wait would be, in addition the cost. Unfortunately, I was a signal mother raising two children and going to school to re-enter the work force. I had been and RN. Injuries my back coding clients. The long and short of this story is that I was told Airedale did not make good Service animals and I could not have another dog in the family if I wanted a Service Dog. I had an Airedale at the time and had waited 3-4 years for a service dog. So I decided to see if I could train my 3 year old Airedale. I no it was a little late but the family had such a wonderful relationship with our dog I would see if I could train my dog to brace if I were to fall and have him assists me up. Low and be hold he learned what I need and did help me. As time when on and I need assistance with other simply things the dog picked up on my needs. As he became older and suffered from kidney disease I purchased a new puppy and allowed my older service dog help train the new one. Worked like a charm. Of course over time my condition continued to worsened until I needed a wheel chair part time. Three years ago my male Airedale of 11 years was diagnose with cancer. The Breeder I generally purchased my Airedale puppies had retired. I got a puppy from another breeder in Wisconsin, I have had her 3 years and she is helpful however about three months ago, she came in from out door and collapsed on the floor. Her legs were paraellized. The ER. hospital felt she had several disc ruptured. The advised me to euthanize her. I could not do that and asked the to try predsone. the medication reduced her swelling and I brought her home and nursed her back to health. She can no longer work as a service dog and
    I was told this could happen again to her anytime. So for now she is my loving friend. Her right leg shakes and I have her on pain medication. However,I am still left with the fact I need another Airedale to be my service dog.I just learned of your program, I am 77 and need a service dog to assist me. Can you help me. I live in California, would love to talk with you and share more. Sincerely Joan Trainer

  2. I left a comment earlier and hope you will get it. I am disabled and need a service dog. I have a female Airedale that assisted me however she has injured her disc some how. I suspect it was her attempting to climb a redwood tree after a squirrel . I would love to talk with you future.

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