Mountain Airedales

Oorang Airedale
Oorang Airedale

The Airedale Terrier is a terrier dog breed originating from Airedale in Yorkshire, England. It traditionally was called the “King of Terriers” because they are the largest of the terrier breeds, 50 to over 100 pounds.

The Airedale terrier was bred originally to hunt otters in and around the valleys of the River Aire from whence it gets its name. In England this breed was used as a police dog to help find criminals. As pets Airedales can be very entertaining.  They are fun-loving animals. Socializing (contact with other dogs) during the first months of age is specially important in this breed.

Yes, Airedale Oorangs love to play and go on walks. The Oorang Airedales are also called Mountain Airedales because of their larger size.

Airedale Oorang Terriers

Airedale Oorang Terriers
Airedale Oorang Terriers

AKC Airedale Puppies –  These are the larger mountain Airedales. They have wonderful dispositions and are easily trained.

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.

The Airedale Terrier was developed in his native England as a companion and hunter for the working class citizens of Yorkshire. Today the breed is loved around the world for it prowess in the military, police forces, the Red Cross, the duck blind, and other venues, including the family home.

Airedale Terriers are great with children.