Welsh Terrier (Facts-Characteristics-Information-and-Training-with-Pictures)

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December 18, 2015 • DOG Breeds • Views: 456

OVERVIEW
Welsh Terrier is a zest for life contagious, and he always enjoys himself to the fullest. This dog gets rarely tired and wants to spend his days having fun, his joys, his attitude, and his brain add up to a wonderful package. This dog is intelligent and helps him grasp concepts easily; he can be difficult to train. You won’t get anywhere with boring rote lessons.

PERSONALITY
This dog is cheerful, who loves to have fun and is always affectionate. He is playful and energetic. And can be independent which may lead to some training difficulties. This dog needs early socialization, exposure to many different people, sights, and experiences when they are young. So that when they grow up they will not be ignorant.

HEALTH
Welsh Terrier, needs to be healthy. To avoid the different kind of disease go to a vet to for check up. Allergies are a common ailment in dogs, and Welsh Terrier is no exception. There are three kinds of allergies food allergies, contact allergies, and airborne allergies, medication is the best.

CARE
Training of Welsh Terrier can be a study in, who is more determined, the trainer who’s trying to get the terrier listen. The Welsh Terrier can also become bored easily, so he requires as interesting training routine, breaking training up with fun games, keeping it free of repetition and giving him something to work for excellent ways to get him more interested in training. This dog is fond of toys, and will burn off ample energy playing by himself with his favorite squeaky toy

FEEDING
Dog eats depends on his size, age, build metabolism and active level. Dog needs amount of measurement of foods to avoid gain weight. Then give a good food quality for them, that can give nourishment of the body that can invigorate his metabolism. Give meals twice a day.

COAT, COLOR AND GROOMING
Welsh Terrier has a hard outer coat and soft and wiry undercoat. He has only one color pattern tan and black. Clipped that wiry coat will need to be stripped several times a year to remove any loose or dead hair and to prevent it from matting. Brush your Welsh terrier’s teeth at least three times a week to remove tartar  that build up bacteria that lurk inside it. Daily brushing is even better if you want to prevent gum disease and bad breath.

CHILDREN AND OTHER PETS
This dog is loving, every breed you should always teach your children how to approach and touch dogs. Parents will always supervise them when they are playing and interaction both party to avoid accidents. And teach them not to play while the dog is eating, and don’t take away his food to avoid biting.  He’s also basically compatible with other dogs and can do well in homes where he isn’t the only canine companion.