Get to know the Welsh Terrier
All you need to know about the breed
Life with a Welsh Terrier is one big adventure - buckle up. This fluff ball requires one hour of exercise per day, minimum, so is best suited to an active family. They handle apartment life well, as long as they can burn off enough steam outside during exercise time. If you have a garden, your Welsh Terrier will relish playing in it - just distract them from digging tunnels by dusting off the frisbee.
They may look like a toy teddy but behind those adorable eyes lies an intelligent dog with a determined (though not obstinate) and curious nature. The Welsh Terrier is often on alert, making for a great watchdog, but equally content to clown around. Once trained, they can be an excellent playmate for children. Supervision around wee ones is advised, due to the breed’s bounciness.
One thing is for certain: wherever the action is, your Welsh Terrier is likely to be at the centre of it. This breed may not be for first time owners, or the faint of heart, but the pleasure payoff is well worth the investment. And they sure do like to snuggle.
2 facts about Welsh Terriers
Things to look out for
From specific breed traits to a general health overview, here are some interesting facts about your Welsh Terrier
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