The Airedale terrier has a dense coat that is shed twice a year. At these times, it is recommended that the pet be shorn by a professional who knows how to handle its coat. His wire-like fur is no accident: he is almost completely waterproof, which made it easier for the dog to work in rivers, lakes and muddy places. Typically, the breed has a black “mantle” on its back, which can extend from the neck to the tail. The rest of her body is a dark golden hue.
In addition to taking care of its coat and the aforementioned health problems, the Airedale is not a dog that gives a lot of work. His coat has no tendency to create knots, but he should be clipped (with the breed's clipper) at least twice a year and brushed weekly to remove dead hair. Like all working dogs, he has a lot of energy and must exercise daily to avoid becoming a wrecker. Remember that in addition to physical activities every pet also needs mental exercises.