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Cesky Terrier dog breed

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  • Country: Czech Republic
  • Group: Terrier
  • Weight: 3-5 kg
  • Height: 29-30 cm
  • Colors: gray, silver, black, brown
  • Training: easy to train
  • Grooming: requires regular brushing
  • Temperament: intelligent, calm, sociable, brave, alert, lively,
  • Health: generally healthy
  • Litter size: 2 - 8 puppies
  • Lifespan: 12 - 15 years
  • Other names: Cesky Terrier, Bohemian Terrier

Cesky Terrier dog
Origins

It is a relatively a new breed created by breeder Frant Horak of Klanovice in 1949 by crossing terriers Sealyham and Scouttish order to get a dog for both holes and for open field.

Also known under the name: Czesky Terrier, Cesky Jack Russell Terrier, Bohemian Terrier.

Food Cesky Terrier

Feeding dogs and food in general was and is a topic discussed by many people. Now there are many recipes available for all kinds of dogs, from food to natural diets.

Always the best diet to a dog is determined based on the dog in question.

It is made with a veterinarian who can see certain aspest the breed that most do not know. Diet is made and depending on activity, age or size.

If you choose a commercial diet make sure it is quality and that it contains all the vitamins and minerals that the animal needs.

Do not forget that one of the best sources of protein is meat. If you make changes in your dog's diet it is better to do it gradually because his stomach to get used to the new food. Most dogs are fed twice a day.

Remember that chocolate, cocoa and similar products are like poison for dogs. Instead water is vital, it must be constantly, fresh and discretion.

Description Cesky Terrier

It is a dog of small to medium with a long body, short legs, strong muscles strong.

The head is proportional to copra, trapeze, big-nosed, black or dark red. Lower jaw has a thick beard.

The eyes are medium sized, sunken in their sockets, dark and thick eyebrows above.

The ears are moderately high and left near the head. The tail is quite long and hanging down. The coat has a hair soft, shiny, thick, silky, slightly wavy.

Color most common is blue-gray in different shades. You can meet and tan. Both colors can be with or without white spots.

Behavior Cesky Terrier

It is an intelligent, calm, sociable, brave, alert, lively, active and very quiet for a terrier.

Affectionate and devoted owner is patient, gentle and loving with children.

It is wary and suspicious of strangers, but gets along well with other dogs and other animals in the house.

Training Cesky Terrier

This dog dreseaza easy because he is intelligent, hardworking, obedient.

It has learned little with people, other animals and other dogs.

The training must be balanced, gentle and consistent.

He likes to shake, play, make walks in different places.

Characteristics Cesky Terrier

This dog is cut regularly (4 times per year) in some areas of the body: neck, back, sides and neck. Allow natural hair on the legs, belly, mustache, eyebrows and beard.

In these areas hair should be brushed weekly or as often as it takes to not get tangled. Is clipped hair increased in excess of the pads of the feet.

Is a dog that adapts easily to life in an apartment or outdoors is a healthy dog ​​and weatherproof. He likes living next to a loving family and active, he loves walks and has a level of activity moderated.

It is a good hunter to burrow in the field, a good guardian of lucuintei and a pleasant companion, especially for a family with children.

Health Cesky Terrier

In general is a breed of dog healthy.

Even so breeders are trying to address even the smallest problems for these pets to enjoy a long and healthy life.

Although the breed is generally healthy may want to make annual checks to the veterinarian.

It is good to them check sprains patellar and heart problems periodically.

Pictures Cesky Terrier

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