Male Airedale Puppy

Male Airedale Puppy at 5 weeks and 2 days old.

This video is the Airedale puppy that has a tan color collar . . . We call him Mr. Tanner.

We put color collars on all the puppies at about three weeks old. Really, except for some weight differences, to me anyway, all of the puppies look so cute, I really cannot differentiate between them by just looking at their faces. In no particular order we are going to do videos for each of the puppies. Male Airedale Puppy

Male Airedale Puppy

Airedale Puppies
Airedale Puppies Annie feeding some of her pups.


Airedale male puppy – Tanner
5 week old Airedale puppy
5 week old Airedale puppy – Tanner
Male Airedale Puppy
Male Airedale Puppy – Tanner
Airedale Terrier puppy - Tanner
Airedale Terrier puppy – Tanner

The Airedale Terrier does not require a lot of grooming, although most owners do choose to have their Airedale professionally groomed, three to four times a year.

The Airedale Terrier is not known for extreme shedding, but he does shed certain times of the year. Regular brushing, once or twice a week, keeps the coat in good condition.

Periodic bathing, as needed is suggested but be careful, over-bathing is not recommended, as this will soften their coarse terrier coat.

The Airedale breed has tremendous energy, temperament becomes of the utmost importance. A dog’s temperament is affected by a number of factors, including genetics, obedience training, and socialization. Puppies with nice temperaments are curious and playful, willing to approach people and be held by them.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

After the First World War, the Airedales’ popularity rapidly increased thanks to stories of their bravery on the battlefield and also because Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, and Warren Harding owned Airedales. President Harding’s Airedale, Laddie Boy, was the “first celebrity White House pet”. President Harding had a special chair hand carved for him to sit on at very important Cabinet meetings. In the 1920s, the Airedale became the most popular breed in the USA.

President Roosevelt claimed that “An Airedale can do anything any other dog can do and then lick the other dog, if he has to.”

1949 marked the peak of the Airedales’ popularity in the USA, ranked 20th out of 110 breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club.


The Airedale Terrier – – – 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 – once you’ve had one you will never want any other breed of dog.

Our Airedale Terrier Youtube channel.






Male Airedale Puppy

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