Terrier Group

Feisty and energetic are two of the primary traits that come to mind for those who have experience with Terriers. In fact, many describe their distinct personalities as “eager for a spirited argument.” Bred to hunt, kill vermin, and to guard their families home or barn; sizes range from fairly small, as in the Norfolk, Cairn or West Highland White Terrier, to the larger and grand Airedale Terrier. Prospective owners should know that terriers make great pets, but they do require determination on the part of the owner because they can be stubborn; have high energy levels, and require special grooming (known as “stripping”) to maintain a characteristic appearance.

Grooming Kerry Blue Terrier

Grooming the Kerry Blue Terrier

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Purebred Bull Terrier

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Judging Purebred Kerry Blue Terrier

Judging the Kerry Blue Terrier

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Scottish Terrier Standard

Scottish Terrier Standard

The history and subsequent development of our Scottish Terrier standard has followed these expectations. ...

Purebred Scottish Terrier's Head

Purebred Scottish Terrier’s Head

The Scottish Terrier in Word and Picture - Purebred Scottish Terrier's Head. By Kathi ...

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Australian Terrier Head | Complete Guide

Australian Terrier Head | Complete Guide

Australian Terrier Head | Complete Guide. Bred in Australia to be both a companion ...