|Clive Hartland||09/04/2019 23:21:35|
2444 forum posts
Tess is 2 1/2 years old Airedale, always very busy in the garden and will not allow anything in the garden. Pigeons coming in soon get the good news, likewise Squirrels. She is a good house dog and barks loudly at the door bell ringing. She now weighs 27 kilo's
Edited By Clive Hartland on 09/04/2019 23:24:56
|Michael Gilligan||09/04/2019 23:33:05|
13290 forum posts
Beautiful creature, Clive
She just needs a set of wheels and a red-painted tubular metal frame.
See final picture here: **LINK**
|287 forum posts|
Typical. I missed this post which now renders my last to your other post non sensical lol.
We board dogs and love our terrier guests, so much character and spirit.
|Neil Wyatt||10/04/2019 23:41:55|
16098 forum posts
27kg? Almost as much as our lab - that's a terriersaurus!
|Mike Poole||11/04/2019 00:10:24|
1967 forum posts
I was sat next to a springer at the pub quiz tonight, I gave him a bit of a fuss but as he was still damp from a swim in the river the wet dog smell was still quite strong, his owner took him home before the quiz got under way so no more wet dog.
|Clive Hartland||11/04/2019 07:43:29|
2444 forum posts
Hi Neil, they can go to 30 Kilo's. females are bigger than the dogs and Airedales are always Alpha dogs. You need to be strong with them to let them know who's boss.
This one is my fourth one, the previous one was the finest hunting dog, pointing, retrieving and would always find something on a walkabout.
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