Image credit: Pixaby
History: The Cesky Terrier is one of the newer breeds bred in 1949 by crossing the Sealyham Terrier and the Scottish Terrier. The goal was to create a dog that could go to the ground and hunt in the open fields. This breed is easy to train yet must be socialized from a young age around other people and dogs. Nonetheless, you need to keep them away from hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, and other small pets. They are playful, fun, and loyal.
Physical Description: The Cesky Terrier is a small dog that is built longer than tall. It is a relatively muscular breed with a blunt head, black or dark brown nose. With medium-set eyes and medium-size drop-set ears, the Cesky Terrier is a fun breed with lots of patience. This dog has large paws and a long tail. The Cesky Terrier’s coat can be a light blue-gray color or light coffee brown hue. The hair on its neck is curly, and the skin is blue-grey. The Cesky does well clipped. These dogs do not shed much.
Height: 10.5-13.75 inches.
Weight:13 to 23 pounds
Temperament: The Cesky Terrier is gentle and great around people and kids. This breed is exceptional for a terrier in that its character is excellent with children.
Activity: Medium .Positive training.
This breed does well with city life/apartment or out in the countryside. Loves companionship and being around people, children, and other dogs.
Special Needs: Grooming-best bet to clip this breed short.
Life Expectancy: 12-15 years
Health Concerns: None
Copyright © 2021 by BarkUpTodayDog