The Welsh Terrier is a cheerful, intelligent dog who loves to have fun and is always affectionate. He's energetic and has a playful nature. Loyal and devoted.
The potential health problems that Welsh Terriers are prone to include: Glaucoma – increased pressure within the eye. Lens luxation – dislocation of the lens of the eye. Hip dysplasia – hip joint laxity as a result of poor development, which will eventually lead to arthritis.
Intelligent, Friendly, Spirited, Alert
Over one hour a day
The Welsh Terrier originates from Wales and was originally bred for hunting fox, rodents and badger; but during the last century, it has mainly been bred for showing. Despite this, it has retained its terrier strength of character. The Welsh Terrier has been claimed to be the oldest existing dog breed in the UK.
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