CAIRN TERRIER ❤️

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History The Cairn Terrier, originally from the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye, is considered one of the oldest terriers. This breed was originally classified under the same group as the Scottish Terrier and the West Highland White Terrier; only starting from 1900 did they begin to be bred separately and three distinct breeds were developed. The Cairn Terrier was used by farmers to catch and kill mice, squirrels and other small rodents and, until 1909, was called the short-haired Skye Terrier. The new term “Cairn Terrier” is due to its tendency to catch foxes and badgers in “cairns”, a specific English term to indicate the artificial piles of stones used to mark places throughout Scotland. General Appearance Alert, of slim build, very agile and flexible, able to move with a very easy gait, projecting well forward with long steps that allow it to move with agility up and down the rocky Scottish hills. It is a small but strong, lively and very affectionate dog. DATA SHEET 004 3 - TERRIERS 2 - SMALL BREED TERRIER (SHORT LEG) United Kingdom Very small 12 - 15 years 2 -10 puppies Active, courageous, fearless, joyful, resilient, intelligent Male: 25-33 cm / 10 inches Female: 23-30 cm / 9.5 inches Male: 6-8 kg / 14 pounds Female: 6-8 kg / 13 pounds Black, brindle, cream, grey, red, silver, gold Cairn Terriers become very attached to their owner and, if left alone, tend to suffer from separation anxiety. Frequent. Very friendly with children, for whom they are excellent playmates. On average friendly towards cats. Moderately easy training: The Cairn Terrier requires a firm but never harsh pack leader. It is simple to train them because their nature is that of obedient and patient dogs but, if they grow up undomesticated, they can become aggressive. Moderate maintenance. Hypoallergenic: Yes. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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