Airedale Terrier Training

Airedale Terrier Training

This video shows aired their Terrier training in Berlin Germany. The Airedale Terrier in the video is named “Arthus of Bella Donna”.
this dog training school is training this Airedale as a family companion dog. The Airedale is just 14 months old.

Arthus now lives as a family companion dog and Schutzhund and Personal Protection Dog in the US.

As Albert Payson Terhune said of the Airedale, “He is swift, formidable, graceful, big of brain, an ideal chum and guard. ….To his master he is an adoring pal. To marauders he is a destructive lightning bolt.”

Airedale Terrier Training

Talking Mountain Airedale Terrier - Airedale Terrier Training
Talking Mountain Airedale Terrier

Like Teddy Roosevelt famously said: “An Airedale can do anything you ask another dog to do, then whip the other dog, if he has to.”

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

The Airedale is the largest of the British terriers. They weigh 19–25 kilograms (42–55 lb) in fit condition and have a height at the withers of 58–61 centimetres (23–24 in) for males, with females slightly smaller. The American Kennel Club standard specifies a very slightly smaller dog. Larger Airedales, up to 55 kilograms (121 lb) can sometimes be found in North America. They are sometimes referred to as “Oorangs” as this was the name of a kennel in Ohio in the early 1900s that produced this much larger variation.

The Airedale has a medium-length black and tan coat with a harsh topcoat and a soft undercoat. They are an alert and energetic breed, “not aggressive but fearless.” It has been claimed that the larger “Oorang” type Airedales are more eager than the smaller, breed standard Airedales, but this is not necessarily so. The large type have been used for big game hunting and as family guardians or as pets, but usually do poorly in AKC (American Kennel Club) conformation shows. This larger type is also significantly more prone to hip dysplasia than the standard Airedales.


Airedale Terrier Training




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