This is a dog that is for the most part very cute and scruffy. They are described as low maintenance and could become a perfect companion too. They are easy-going and seem to get along with practically everyone. Just the ideal kind of family dog. Discover more about our Border Terrier puppies for sale below!
The name of this dog breed was changed to border terrier in the 1800s. They were originally bred in the border country between England and Scotland to control vermin. It was however realized much later that they could bolt foxes and also chase down horses. They were recognized by the Kennel Club of the UK in 1920 while the American Kennel Club followed suit in 1930.
A border terrier is what you would call a home dog. It has an incredible will to please and this means they are easy to train too. They are very affectionate and would love to cuddle up with you on the sofa after a stressful day.
They enjoy chasing and hunting. They are very intelligent and friendly and enjoy the company of other dogs. They will, however, chase down every other creature they come across. They are of good behavior but will require training.
A border terrier is the example of an apartment dog. If you are likely to be away most of the day, you should get a border terrier. Just be sure to give him adequate time and attention when you return. They are also suitable playmates for children as they thrive on companionship.
They need an environment that affords them enough playtime and adequate social exposure. Be sure to socialize them from when they are puppies so they get used to having people around. You would need to terrier proof your home because they seem to bite on anything that can be eaten.
This dog breed is indeed high energy and will require a moderate level of exercise daily. It does not have to be mind-bugging or special features. A 30-minute walk or playtime in the backyard should do the trick.
They just need to be kept active and played with so they do not become lonely. You could just let them roam or run around in a fenced yard. This dog breed needs exercise from a very young age and this should not be ignored. Give them a lot of toys they can nibble on so they don’t go thrashing the house.
Grooming for a border terrier is no more than the regular. Their coats need to be brushed 2 to 3 times a week and they should be given regular baths. They do not need daily baths and should keep clean for the most part unless they get into something really dirty.
You should check their ears regularly so you could clean them and avoid buildup. They shed and this is no surprise so you should wash their bedding regularly and vacuum the house to get rid of their fur. They are overall an easy breed to groom.
Our Border Terrier puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Border Terrier puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.
This would depend on the age of the dog and its size. Naturally, they love to be out and running or playing so this should be encouraged. The American Kennel club states an average of an hour a day.
Border terriers are generally very active and playful and very sensitive too. They are affectionate and it may be a problem to keep them off your lap or sofa. They really do not need an invitation.
Yes. They are very willing to be part of the home and so they are willing to please.
Seeing that they are small dogs, they will stand at about 15 inches but will be fully grown at 12 to 18 months.
The answer is yes. They are incredibly in love with children and will get along with other dogs and even cats if they’re brought up together. They are willing to become part of the family.
The border terrier could get the spike’s disease which is more like canine epilepsy or hip dysplasia which may cause arthritis or progressive retinal atrophy where they slowly become blind.
Not necessarily. They do not show aggression to other dogs or even people. But they will chase small fleeing creatures if given the chance.
If you take a border terrier on a walk, they will go all day and probably wear you out. They are very active dogs who love to play so stick to 30 to 45 minutes every day. You could decide to walk them or even play fetch.
Yes. Typically they would need to be stripped twice yearly when they become blown or their fur starts to part. Each dog is different though.
This would naturally depend on how much time your dog spends outside. You could keep it at once a week but if you feel he spends a lot of time playing or running outside, then, by all means, you could increase it.
The border terrier is the ideal family pet and you would absolutely love this cute canine.
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