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Airedale Terriers are highly intelligent, adaptable and have a great sense of fun. Virtually non-shedding, they are tolerated by many allergy sufferers. They can and do make excellent family pets, companions and show dogs. If this is the right breed for you, here are some basic tips before purchasing:

ATCV Breeders Directory members are experienced in providing family pets/companions, as well as potential show dogs and, who abide by The Airedale Club and VCA codes of ethics.

  • Members of the ATC Vic. Breeders’ Directory is not an automatic entitlement. Many breeders don't reach their standard of care or knowledge of the breed or followup support that our club demands of them.
  • Health considerations: Airedales have few health issues, and breeders should be happy to show the results of any health testing carried out such as HD hip score reports of both parents.
  •  Ask if this breeder is experienced in grooming, trimming Airedales – including hand stripping and, is he/she able and prepared to teach you if required?
  •  Should you choose to show, is this breeder able to assist with ring training and general show advice
  • Is this breeder forthcoming in providing information on ATC Vic. membership and activities should you wish to connect?
  • Check that the pup comes with an Australian National Kennel Council State body such as Dogs Victoria (Victorian Canine Association) pedigree/registration, is vaccinated and micro-chipped.
  • Ask the breeder about Main Register and Limited Register. Make sure you know which your pup will be on and why. If you are interested in showing you must have a dog registered with canine association on it's MAIN Register
  • ATC Vic Breeders’ Directory members should be happy to discuss any relevant queries you have.

 

A litter of 2 week old Airedale Terrier pups                        

          An 8 week old puppy               

 

 Puppies at Play