Animal Stories - Airedale Terrier

Animal-World Information about: Airedale Terrier

  Originally bred to hunt and now often trained as a guard dog, the Airedale Terrier is lively and intelligent, so can play a bit rough with small children.
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Therese Roche - 2010-04-28
Airedales are like potato chips. You can't have just one!

JD - 2009-07-20
~Cos Life is merrier with an Airedale Terrier..!~

Anonymous - 2012-06-29
Actually,the picture you show of an Airedale Terrier looks awfully like my Welsh Terrier. They are mistaken for baby Airdales all the time. Do you have the correct dog picture?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-06-29
    If you look up images of airdale versus welsh, the images as you said are just about identical.  I find it real hard to tell the difference.  One thing though, the Airdale grown runs around 40 - 50 pounds and the Welsh around 25.  This is the bigger dog so right picture - that was hard.
Anonymous - 2013-04-16
I had a Wonderful Airedahl.The prettiest one I've ever seen. Mannerly and healthy. I would love a soft,young wavy to curly headed undercoated protective Airedahl bred to guard. Heals my Rainbow-adoring Heart of Mercy. Anyone in Texas-near Galveston? Hint.hint! I am now puppy love sick.