Large Airedale Terriers in Arizona 360°

Large Airedale Terriers in Arizona 360°

Teddy and Tova, larger Airedales in Arizona

In this video we’re at Paloma Park in the northern end of Peoria Arizona. All dogs, especially the larger dogs need exercise and socialization so I try to get my Airedales up to the dog park a couple times per week.

Paloma Park is Peoria Arizona’s newest Park and it borders right up to the Sonoran Desert. Continue reading “Large Airedale Terriers in Arizona 360°”

Summer Dog Park Danger – Airedale Terriers in Arizona

Airedale Terriers in Arizona – Summer Dog Park Danger

Today, Tova, Teddy and I arrived at Paloma Park here in Peoria Arizona right about 6:05 a.m.  When we got there it was already 91 degrees.

 

Airedale Terries in Arizona
Tova & Teddy this morning @ Paloma Park

The dog park areas have a posted 6 a.m. opening, but really I think they open closer to 5:30 a.m..  Today when we arrived at the park a handful of dogs on the inside, all were on leashes and there were three or four more people waiting at the entry. So, right away I knew something was up. As we’re walking from the car toward the  large dog area, some park personnel pulled up and entered the  enclosure. It’s then that I found out that they were here to remove a 3 foot rattlesnake. Unfortunately, I also learned that just shortly before we arrived, a younger dog was bitten by this rattlesnake. Continue reading “Summer Dog Park Danger – Airedale Terriers in Arizona”

Airedale Terriers Sonoran Desert Walk 360°

Airedale Terriers Sonoran Desert Walk 360°

This video of my Airedale Terriers Sonoran Desert Walk  was shot with a Insta360 One X2. This is a tiny 360 degree camera that naturally does fantastic video in up to 5.7 k as well as still photos. Since the camera seize everything in 360 Degrees you really don’t have to aim it! All the movement that you see was done in post-production. The manufacturer provides free software that lets you easily edit your videos and create quite a few dramatic video effects. Continue reading “Airedale Terriers Sonoran Desert Walk 360°”

Airedale thoughts

Airedale thoughts

larger Airedale Terrier puppies

With today’s high price of gas and Diesel,  various shortages popping up,  I think it might be prudent to stock up on a couple of large bags of your favorite Airedale kibble.  I’ve already seen Costco stop stocking one brands of dog food and it seems like all their prices really jumped up. Continue reading “Airedale thoughts”

Big Airedale Terriers – Arizona

Big Airedale Terriers

The bigger Airedale Terriers are also called Oorang Airedales, Mountain Airedales, or just plain larger Airedale Terriers.

There’s quite a lot of misinformation about these larger Airedale Terriers. Having owned both regular sized Airedales and the larger Airedales oh, I can definitively say there is absolutely no difference oh, well except for size, between the regular AKC standard Airedales and the larger Airedales! Just in case that statement wasn’t clear enough for some, the larger Airedales have the same terrific qualities and characteristics and intelligence is the regular size Airedales! Continue reading “Big Airedale Terriers – Arizona”

Living with Large Airedale Terriers

Living with Large Airedale Terriers

This Airedale Terrier video is a look back when we were still living in San Diego California with our two large Airedale Terriers.

Airedale Terriers, both the regular size, and the large ones, have wonderful dispositions and are easily trained.

In the photo at the start of the video below, that’s our Annie on the left and  Oakley on the right. Both these dogs have now crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, but my wife and myself have many fond memories of these two great companions. Continue reading “Living with Large Airedale Terriers”

Airedale Terriers and Rattlesnakes

Airedale Terriers and Rattlesnakes

I made this video a couple years back when I was still in San Diego. We’re now in Peoria Arizona, and with  the weather warming up, I think it apropos that we pay close to attention went out walking our dogs.

Last year, when out walking my dogs on the trail in Paloma Park, here in the Peoria area of Arizona, we encountered diamondback snakes on a number of occasions. Really, this should be expected, because after all, we are in the Sonoran Desert and this is the home for some pretty good-sized rattlesnakes. Continue reading “Airedale Terriers and Rattlesnakes”