Airedale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier was developed about a hundred years ago in Airedale in Yorkshire, England from crosses between the now extinct English Black and Tan Terrier and the Otter hound (to make him a better swimmer).

The Airedale Terrier are the largest and the 'king of terriers', he is probably the most versatile of all terriers and it excels in being a hunter for foxes, weasels, badgers, otters, water rats and ducks. Some of the Airedale's other talents are guarding, watch dogging, military/police work, and competitive obedience. This very pleasant breed is protective, brave, and affectionate. They have a sweet disposition, but may be aloof with strangers.
You can also visit the American Kennel Club website for more <A href="">Airedale Terrier dog breed information.</A>

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