Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

Meet the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, a true working terrier. He was Ireland's multi-purpose dog. This begins the breed's history. It was bred in Ireland to be a multi-purpose working dog. Some tasks included scaring off vermin, herding, and of course providing their masters with affection and love! Today, it seems that this is a pretty lovable terrier.
They're easy-going, self-contained, and outgoing. It's easy to see how the breed got its name. It's a terrier with wheaten-colored coat with a soft, plush texture. That coat is actually softer than it looks. But the coloration is a little different when the Wheaten Terrier is a Puppy. They have a dark honeyish sort of color. As a former terrier, this breed is energetic. But he doesn't require as much space and exercise as most other terriers. Some new wheaten terrier owners would probably be shocked to hear that, because the breed is medium-sized.
This dog doesn't only have a loving nature, soft coat, and wheaten color, but he also has a fau, and that is the place where matting is pretty common.
But overall, they are moderate grooming dog. Like most terriers, they must be hand stripped. Be sure to give them some exercise daily, and it'll be fine in any climate. Yeah, this dog is certainly amazing, and as long as you provide him with good care, the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier will provide you with tons of thoroughly fun loving affection!

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