Monday, September 30, 2013

Rare Breed Monday: Cesky Terrier

Photo from akc.org
The Cesky Terrier is a small dog from the Czech Republic. It is a family-loving hunting dog who loves to dig. 

The webpage ceskyterrierfanciers.com writes, "The premise was for the Cesky to be an aggressive, mobile, well-muscled, short-legged and well-pigmented canine who, at the end of the day of running through dense forests, bogs and thickets could be cleaned with minimal effort. This would allow the dog to transition from hunter to 'family's best friend.'"

They are known to be patient, playful, and sporty. They're brave, loyal, and courageous, and usually good with children. It is important to socialize them from a young age, and the socialization should continue on a regular basis.

Cesky Terriers are active love running and playing. A back yard where the dog can get exercise is a plus, but they can adapt to apartment life if they get long daily walks.

1 comment:

  1. So, can they even see what they are doing or where they are going...lots of fur over those eyes!

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