Beautiful Airedale Terrier Coffee Cups
You will Cherish!




What better way to start your day off the Right Way
than by drinking your favorite hot beverage from one of
these Colorful and Decorative Airedale Terrier Mugs
or Coffee Cups.



If your an Airedale Terrier lover......
You'll really enjoy these Colorful Airedale Terrier Mugs!




They make Great Gifts for any person who loves
dogs or Airedale Terriers or they will be an
Exceptional item just to make your own day go a whole lot better!


Brighten up your day with a Delightful
Airedale Terrier Coffee Cup or Mug





Airedale Terrier Mugs




History of the Airedale Terrier


About a hundred years ago the Airedale Terrier was bred in
the County of York in the UK from the ancient Working
Terrier. The Airedale Terrier dog was nicknamed the "King of
Terriers".

The Airedale name comes from the Valley of Aire in England.
In the Valley of Aire a lot of small game flourished and
Airedales were popular hunting dogs there. They were
originally called Waterside Terriers and were used to hunt
vermin and small game. Otterhounds and Manchester Terriers
were later crossed into the breed to make them better
swimmers.

The Airedale has also been used to hunt big game in Africa,
Canada and India. They have worked as Army Sentry Dogs and
Police Dogs in World War II. Now the Airedale is primarily a
companion dog, but there are still some working lines in the
world.

Airedales are talented and make great hunting dogs, tracking
dogs, competitive dogs, military dogs, obedience dogs and
police dogs.

The Airedale Terrier does take some special care. It has a
short-haired, hard, double coat. Twice a year the hair
should be plucked, but if you intend to show your Airedale
Terrier more grooming will be needed. Excessive hair between
the toes will have to be trimmed off when necessary.

It is necessary to groom this dog regularly as the coat has
a tendency to collect dust, dirt and burrs. The beard should
be regularly washed to remove food debris.

Keeping the Airedale Terrier's coat stripped will cause it
to shed a lot less. If you don't keep the coat stripped you
may end up with windrows of hair in the corners of your
rooms when shedding season starts. This is even if you brush
and trim your dog's hair every day.

Airedales are not recommended for apartment life and do
require a good sized yard to play in and an active indoor
life. This breed needs plenty of exercise because they were
bred to be working dogs. They will need to have a walk daily
and play in some fashion. They do love to swim and retrieve
objects.

In the first two years of its life the dog tends to be
hyperactive, especially if it doesn't get enough exercise.
After that they tend to mellow with age. Airedale Terriers
live up to twelve years and have an average litter size of
nine puppies.


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