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Formerly used to hunt small animals such as rats, badgers and foxes and created from an interminable crossbreed, the Welsh Terrier has an uncertain origin. Specialists affirm that this breed was created in Wales and was finally in 1884 when was officially introduced in England. Gaining popularity, the Welsh Terrier was brought to the United States by Prescott Lawrence in 1888, becoming then in a domestic dog and an excellent pet.

Time for some Ruff Trivia:
- The Welsh Terrier was a member of one of the most important families in the United States. Could you guess what is it?

o A: Kennedy Family
o B: Busch Family
o C: Obama Family

What do you think, give it your best guess in the comments below before we get to the answer! Hang on tight and we’ll get back to this Ruff Trivia Question toward the end of the video.

The Welsh Terrier dog is strong, robust and muscular, of medium size that weighs approximately 20 to 22 pounds, and it grows about 15.5 inches tall. It has a straight and strong back, that with its powerful legs make this dog a surprisingly agile and fast animal. In addition, this breed is characterized not only by having a hard, black and thick fur but also by the graceful beard that gives them an elegant and distinguished look.

Grooming: With a particular look, its characteristic mustache and thick fur, the Welsh Terrier needs a good weekly brushing to keep it always clean. Also, cleaning the hair, nail, ear and tooth every month would be just enough to have a healthy dog.
Temperament: Even if they have a constant, noisy and excessive barking, the truth is that the Welsh Terriers are very brave, faithful, intelligent and above all playful dogs. They love being with children and doing fun activities with their human family. They’re great family pets and have a pleasant and well-balanced temperament.
Training: With a lot of energy to spend, Welsh Terriers enjoy exercising and play with their owner. Walking, jogging, running and games such as playing ball or catching a flying disc are some of the activities that can be used as a way to train and make him a happier, more educated and obedient dog.
Health: With a life expectancy between 12 to 15 years, the Welsh Terrier dog can suffer from several types of cancer, allergies, thyroid, glaucoma, epilepsy, cardiovascular disease, gastric torsion, hyp dysplasia and in some cases the disease of Von Willebrand.
Known to be an excellent guard dog, due to its active attitude, the Welsh Terrier stands out for its loving and loyal personality. With an elegant and proud posture and with very high energy levels, this breed has definitely become in the ideal pet for loving families.

Find out if the Welsh Terrier would be a good addition to your home. Now you can visit Brooklyn’s Corner.com to take our quiz and find out which dog would be the best match for you.

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