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Australian Terrier Information & Dog Breed Facts
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The Australian Terrier is a small robust dog, similar to the Yorkshire terrier. This dog comes from the Australian island of Tasmania. They are very determined but also much more calm than other terrier dogs. In this AnimalWised breed sheet we're going to talk about the Australian Terrier, their characteristics, care, health and more. Keep reading to learn more about this breed and see if it's the right companion dog for you! This terrier was born on the Australian island of Tasmania , from crosses between different terrier dogs that had been brought from Europe.
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An active yet easy-going dog, the Australian shepherd loves to romp with children and tends to get along well with other pets. Australian shepherds are great family pets, herding animals, police dogs and competitors in obedience trials. Length : Medium Characteristics : Double coat, straight Colors : Black, red, blue merle, red merle, all with or without tan, and with or without white Overall Grooming Needs : Moderate.
The Australian Terrier is descended from the rough coated type terriers brought from Great Britain to Australia in the early 19th century. The ancestral types of all of these breeds were kept to eradicate mice and rats. Development of the breed began in Australia about , and the dogs were at first called the Rough Coated Terrier. The breed was officially recognised in , and later renamed as the Australian Terrier in