The Airedale Terrier’s coat is hard, dense and wiry, with a softer undercoat, and comes in both tan and black and tan and grizzle.
Airedales make good family pets as long as they get daily mental and physical exercise. They like to be the head dog and may not do well when another dog challenges that position, although usually get along well with smaller dogs.
With other dogs, most Airedale Terriers are bold and aggressive, and with their strong hunting instincts they must be exposed early to cats, else they may not be safe with cats. Rabbits and rodents are not a wise addition to the household.
Airedale Terrier was one of the first breeds trained for police work in Germany and Great Britain. In World War I, he worked as a guard and messenger dog.
Airedale Terriers are generally healthy, but some problems have been seen in the breed. They can develop hip dysplasia, a genetic hip deformity that requires costly surgery to repair and can lead to arthritis later in life.
A medium-to-large-sized breed, American English Coonhound males height is between 24 and 26 inches females height is between 23 to 25 inches.
Their coat is in medium lenghth and it is very protective and hard. The American English comes in several color combinations including red and white, ticked red and white, ticked blue and white, tri-color with ticking and white and black.
This breed is affectionate, strong willed, fun to be around, little bit mischievous and cheerful, with strong nose which, which can sometimes sniff them out into some troubles.
This breed is highly trainable but tends to be prey driven. This is why extra socialization and training are requierd to have and obedient American English Coonhound. But if you will be patient and give them plenty of attention, this breed is among the sweetest for an active, outdoor family.
The grooming of American English Coonhound is easy. Their short hair only needs occasional brushing. But during the grooming, pay particular attention to your dog’s ears, because this breed is prone to developing ear infections.
The Bully Kutta is a well built, thick boned and muscular breed of dog. The weight of male Bully Kutta will range between 150 to 170 pounds though some exceptionally large specimens can reach upwards of 200 pounds. Height at the withers for a male is 30-44 inches and for females 28-36 inches.
Bully Kutta is not only large breed, it is also very dominant dog. That is why they are not recommended for novice dog owners. They are also not recommended for apartment life since they need a huge space.
What does Bully Kutta means? There are theories on how this dog got its name. It is highly likely though, that the dog was named ‘Bohli’, due to it meaning “heavily wrinkled”. Excess skin, especially under the chin and around the neck, is a distinctive characteristic of the breed. ‘Kutta’ means “dog”.
The Bully Kutta is considered to be a very healthy breed of dog with a low propensity for congenital health defects. The only known issues to be listed as associated with this breed is a tendency to develop arthritis and blindness in later life, which is not uncommon for most dog breeds.
Bully Kuttas need some daily exercise in order to stay in shape, stimulate their brains, and stay healthy. The daily activity also seems to help bully kuttas fight boredom, which often has the potential to lead to difficult behavior.
The affenpinscher is a compact and sturdy toy dog that is expressive and alert. The face of this breed has a cute, almost "monkey-like" appearance as the fur is longer and shaggier on the face and forms a cape on the head and shoulders.
Because of their heritage as ratters, Affenpinschers tend to not do well with rodent pets such as hamsters, ferrets, gerbils, etc. They do, however, tend to get along with fellow dogs in the household and can learn to get along with cats
Affenpinschers were first recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1936 but there was little interest during World War II. Breeding was revived in the 1950s but the affenpinscher remains a rare breed.
Although an energetic and active dog, the exercise needs of the Affenpinscher can be met with vigorous indoor games or romps in the yard, or with short walks on leash. The harsh coat needs combing two or three times weekly, plus shaping every three months.
Tibetan Spaniel breed originated from Asia during the ancient times. Buddhist monks bred the Tibetan Spaniel to look like little lions that symbolize Buddha. They became the alarm dogs for the monks’ Tibetan monasteries just like their cousin breed, the Lhasa Apsos.
The Tibetan spaniel weighs around 4kgs to 7kgs and about 25 cm tall. They have long feathering growing between their toes, they have a plumed tail and undershot mouth. Their average lifespan is around 13 to 15 years.
The dogs of this breed are trusting and affectionate pets but they are cold to strangers. You do not have to worry though, even if they are unfriendly to those they do not know, they are never aggressive. This makes them excellent watchdogs that will alert you with their barks if anything is out of the ordinary.
They make excellent pets as they are responsive to their “best friend’s” feelings and moods but they can also be a bit stubborn. They can think independently and will not obey if they feel that your request is unreasonable to them.