The Airedale Terrier is good with children and loves to play. Due to its bravery, it also makes for an excellent watchdog. The Airedale Terrier is known to be stubborn and have an affinity for chasing smaller animals. Therefore, proper training is essential. Photo by Gareth Dawes.
So you have decided to get an Airedale Terrier? You are going to have your hands full. Having an Airedale around stands much of the conventional dog training advice on its head. After having had three of them, it is a promise. On the...
Airedales are extremely intelligent and often have a mind of their own. When they have their mind set on doing something, it is almost impossible to convince them otherwise. Training an Airedale takes patience and total consistency. These dogs need creative thinkers who make learning fun in order to keep them engaged.
Airedale Terrier Puppy~~ Airedales are quite independent, intelligent and Stubborn, he’ll keep you laughing — and on your toes, as he’s a notorious digger He’ll bring the same exuberance and joy to playing games as he brings to excavating your garden and eating your drywall. He’s not great with other dogs or animals and needs plenty of stimulation (both physical and mental)
Airedale terriers are originally from Yorkshire in England, and are one of the largest terriers. They have a very wirey coat and shed very little, especially if they are kept well groomed. Airedales were originally bred to hunt otters, but today are used as a police dog or as a pet. They are strong-willed, stubborn, and can be difficult to train. #AiredaleTerrier
The Airedale is nicknamed the "King of Terriers," as it is the second largest of the terriers (the largest is the Black Russian Terrier). The Airedale has a wiry coat and is a low shedder. No dog can be truly hypoallergenic, because every dog produces some kind of dander; however, this breed known for producing very small amounts of dander. Thus, most allergy sufferers do not have reactions.