Cesky Terrier

The Cesky Terrier is an undeniably cute pooch. With a bearded face and short, furry limbs, this breed is solid but not heavy. Also known as the Bohemian Terrier, the brown coated dog features yellow eyes and the grey-blue dog has brown eyes. As agile and friendly dogs who love to play, the Cesky Terrier makes a wonderful addition to any family.

 

 

Other Names
Czech Terrier, Bohemian Terrier
Country of Origin
Czech Republic
Colour
This breed features tawny and blue grey variations.
Size
Small
Height / Weight
Bohemian Terriers will measure between 25 – 32cms and typically weigh 7 – 10kgs.
Health
As a hardy breed, the Cesky Terrier is really only known to be at risk of Scottie Cramp, a minor issue resulting in awkward movement for the dog. This is not a painful or life threatening problem.
Life Span
12 – 14 years
Intelligence
As a smart and trainable breed, this dog will thrive as a companion dog as long as they are exposed to differents animals, people and environments as puppies.
Exercise
Medium
Suitability (Children)
Medium
Feeding

This pint sized pal can follow a normal diet although care should be taken when feeding as they are prone to obesity.

 

 

 

Feeding Cost
$5–$10 p/w
Other Cost
Professional grooming at least four time a year is necessary to maintain the Cesky Terrier's coat.
Excercise
Although small, the Cesky Terrier loves to run, play and even accompany you on a daily jog.
Ailments
As a hardy breed, the Cesky Terrier is really only known to be at risk of Scottie Cramp, a minor issue resulting in awkward movement for the dog. This is not a painful or life threatening problem.
Hair Shed
Little
Grooming

Cesky Terriers require professional trimming at least four times a year and should be regularly brushed and combed a couple of times a week. They will need to be bathed twice a month during warmer months and once a month in cooler seasons.

Grooming Frequency
Twice a week
Trimming
Occasional to frequent
Czech Republican in origin, this breed was developed by a native breeder by the name of Frantisek Horak. Crossbred with Scottish and Sealyham Terriers and possibly the Dandie Dinmont, this breed was raised to hunt rodents. With a smaller frame and head, this dog was specifically bred by Horak to allow quick access to vermin burrows. It was recognised by the American Kennel Club in 2011.


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