The Airedale Terrier often referred to as "The King of Terriers" originated in Yorkshire, England where it was used primarily to kill vermin. It is the largest of the terriers measuring 23-24" at the top of the shoulder. It's coat is hard, dense, wiry, tan with a black or dark grizzle saddle and non-shedding. The coat needs to be clippered several times a year. The Airedale is a popular watch dog and family pet and is good with children. Exercise should include a daily walk.
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Airedale Terrier Breed Standard
The official description of the breed as provided by the American Kennel Club.
Airedale Terrier Web Ring
A ring for owners, and fans of the breed.
The Airedale Terrier Discussion List site. Contains information on how to subscribe.
An information and referral resource all about the breed.
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Last update:January 5, 2016 at 19:45:27 UTC