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Welsh Terrier

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed

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Characteristics of the Welsh Terrier

Tendency to bark
Affection Level
Trainability
Pet Friendly
Energy Level
Territorialism
Kid Friendly
Intelligence
coat

Coat

The breed has two coats that serve to waterproof it; the Welsh Terrier has a hard outer coat and a short, soft undercoat. Fortunately, the breed does not require as much care regarding the fur. They should be brushed at least once a week, although it's frankly best to brush them every day as they tend to shed a lot of dead hair. The lineage has only one color pattern: brown and black.

Pet Profile

Taking Care of a Welsh Terrier

A Welsh Terrier can live in an apartment, but parents should strictly adhere to a heavy physical activity routine. But still, the ideal is a house with a backyard and a fence, so that you spend much of the high energy available alone. Generally, a Welsh needs a minimum of 30 to 60 minutes of exercise daily, involving play in the yard or long walks or runs, as leaving him in the yard alone will not be enough.

Health
Health
Curiosities
Curiosities
Intelligence
Intelligence
Temperament
Temperament
Lifetime
Lifetime