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Australian Terrier Weird Facts Did You Know?

Here are some interesting, some fun, and some just plain weird facts about Australian Terriers and other dogs. [...]

Grooming Tricks and Techniques

The Australian terrier is an adorable little dog with a weather resistant, double coat that does not require clipping and sheds no or very little hair. The straight, harsh, shaggy hair of the outer coat is long while the undercoat is very soft. When it comes to grooming, the Australian terriers coat is easy to look. [...]

Training Tips for Australian Terriers

The Australian terrier is a bright, inquisitive, intelligent self-confident small dog that learns very quickly but often prefers to make up and follow his own rules or ideas. Although they love to please their owners, these terriers do not respond well to severe or harsh training methods or corrections. [...]

Exercising your Australian Terrier - Keeping Your Australian Terrier

Regular exercise and play is very important for your Australian terrier because a conditioned dog is more alert, content, and happier. Physical activity and exercise keeps your dog in shape, he has more energy, sleeps better and stays trim. [...]

Agility Training and Competitions

Agility training and competitions are a wonderful activity and great sport for both Australian terriers and their owners. Because Australian terriers are so intelligent, quick learners and love to please, they make a very good dog for agility training. [...]

Choosing the Right Food for the Australian Terrier

A healthy, nutritional diet is what keeps your Australian terrier healthy, feeling his best and looking great. Feeding your terrier a healthy diet can save money in the end by reducing your veterinarian bills. [...]

Showing Your Australian Terrier

If you own an Australian terrier and are interested in showing him, your dog must meet many personality and show standards. Many reputable breeders and handlers are happy to help you by evaluating your pet to find out if he has the standards necessary for show possibilities. There are also books and information available from dog breeders, the library, on the internet, and from Australian terrier clubs. To show your Australian terrier, he must meet the American Kennel Club breed standard. [...]

Caring for an Australian Terrier with Diabetes

Common symptoms of diabetes in your Australian terrier include increased thirst and water consumption and excessive, frequent urination. [...]

Modifying Digging Behaviors

If you have a digging problem with your Australian terrier and need to modify his behavior the first step is trying to find out the source of your dog's digging. With most terrier breeds, digging is an instinct but can also be learned behavior. Some of the many other reasons your Australian terrier may dig include [...]

Socializing Your Aussie

Getting an Australian terrier puppy is an exciting, happy time for you and your family. Everyone wants to hold, cuddle, and play with the newest family addition. Getting a dog is a big responsibility that includes making sure he is looked after properly and happy. The last thing you are probably thinking about is socializing and training your little Aussie. [...]

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