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Cute Border Terrier

Cute Border Terrier - terrier, cute dogs, border terrier, animals, dogs, puppies, nature
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Group: The Border Terrier belongs to the terrier group.
Height: The average Border Terrier is between 10 and 15 inches in height (25.4 to 38.1 cm).
Weight: The average male Border Terrier weighs 13 to 20 pounds (5.90 to 9.07 kg), and the average female weighs 11.5 to 18 pounds (5.21 to 8.16 kg).
Life Expectancy: The Border Terrier has an average life expectancy of 13 to 14 years.
Good with Kids? Yes
Views: 2,936


Colors: The Border Terrier may be red, grizzle and tan, red grizzle, blue and tan, wheaten (rare), dilute blue and tan (very rare), and has dark ears. The muzzle of the Border Terrier is dark in young dogs.
Physical Traits: The Boder Terrier is small and tough, with much stamina and strength.
Hair Type: The Border Terrier's coat is weather resistant and durable. This breed has a double layered coat that consists of a wiry outercoat and soft undercoat.
Nicknames: N/A
Bred For: Border Terriers were bred for following horses on foxhunts and worrying foxes from their lairs. They were also bred to keep the rat population under control.
Personality / Temperament: The Border Terrier is fearless, agile and active. This breed displays an alert and good-nature. Border Terriers are reliable, quick learners, and are sensitive, affectionate and friendly. Border Terriers are very attuned to mood, tone and volume of voice. This breed may also be described as tough, independent and strong willed, with a strong prey drive.
Origination: The Border Terrier originated in Great Britain.
Maintenance / Special Needs: Border Terriers require plenty of exercise, and respond best to training with positive reinforcement for obedience early. Border Terriers need to be brushed daily. Border Terriers will hunt and kill smaller animals, and are not reliable off-leash due to their strong prey drive. These dogs are avid diggers, and they can and will dig out of yard if not secured.
Identifying Traits: N/A
Ideal For: The Border Terrier breed is ideal for family or field, and companionship. They are great with other pets, well-suited for country or city life, can adapt to any climate, and make a great watchdog.

I got this (above) from the caption by the picture. This dog is called a "Border Terrier" I want one someday :) Enjoy :)
wolfluv4 Uploaded by wolfluv4 on . Cute Border Terrier - Desktop Nexus Animals Download free wallpapers and background images: Cute Border Terrier. Desktop Nexus Animals background ID 678751. Group: The Border Terrier belongs to the terrier group.
Height: The average Border Terrier is between 10 and 15 inches in height (25.4 to 38.1 cm).
Weight: The average male Border Terrier weighs 13 to 20 pounds (5.90 to 9.07 kg), and the average female weighs 11.5 to 18 pounds (5.21 to 8.16 kg).
Life Expectancy: The Border Terrier has an average life expectancy of 13 to 14 years.
Good with Kids? Yes
Views: 2,936


Colors: The Border Terrier may be red, grizzle and tan, red grizzle, blue and tan, wheaten (rare), dilute blue and tan (very rare), and has dark ears. The muzzle of the Border Terrier is dark in young dogs.
Physical Traits: The Boder Terrier is small and tough, with much stamina and strength.
Hair Type: The Border Terrier's coat is weather resistant and durable. This breed has a double layered coat that consists of a wiry outercoat and soft undercoat.
Nicknames: N/A
Bred For: Border Terriers were bred for following horses on foxhunts and worrying foxes from their lairs. They were also bred to keep the rat population under control.
Personality / Temperament: The Border Terrier is fearless, agile and active. This breed displays an alert and good-nature. Border Terriers are reliable, quick learners, and are sensitive, affectionate and friendly. Border Terriers are very attuned to mood, tone and volume of voice. This breed may also be described as tough, independent and strong willed, with a strong prey drive.
Origination: The Border Terrier originated in Great Britain.
Maintenance / Special Needs: Border Terriers require plenty of exercise, and respond best to training with positive reinforcement for obedience early. Border Terriers need to be brushed daily. Border Terriers will hunt and kill smaller animals, and are not reliable off-leash due to their strong prey drive. These dogs are avid diggers, and they can and will dig out of yard if not secured.
Identifying Traits: N/A
Ideal For: The Border Terrier breed is ideal for family or field, and companionship. They are great with other pets, well-suited for country or city life, can adapt to any climate, and make a great watchdog.

I got this (above) from the caption by the picture. This dog is called a "Border Terrier" I want one someday :) Enjoy :)
Rating: 4.1

Wallpaper Comments (1)

olivehowl2
Posted by olivehowl2 on 05/27/11 at 08:01 PM
That is adorable :D +1FV I love border terriers.
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Uploaded By: wolfluv4
Date Uploaded: May 25, 2011
Filename: borderterrier28.jpg
Original Resolution: 1500x1000
File Size: 356.98KB
Category: Dogs

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