Welsh Terrier...

 

The Welsh Terrier is a breed of dog, one of many terrier breeds. It is suited for hunting fox, birds, and badgers and for being kept as a pet. The Welsh Terrier originates from Wales and has existed since the 1800s. Its origins lie in the Old English Black and Tan Terrier that existed in England as early as the 13th century. A Welsh Terrier is full of energy and it hardly ever becomes tired. It is friendly with people. Some get along with other dogs, but many do not. They are not necessarily eager to fight, although they will hold their own when necessary and like any true terrier they will never give up. Females will especially become very jealous of their owners attention.

The Welsh Terrier has a hard, wiry, close-lying coat that sheds little to no hair. The hair contains two layers, an undercoat that insulates and an abrasive fur on top that protects against dirt, rain, and wind. This breed should be brushed three times a week using a brush and comb. In addition, the coat should be trimmed and/or plucked two or more times a year.

Welsh Terrier

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