BORDER TERRIERS BREED
The lovable traits of the Border Terrier is because they are alert, lively, mild mannered, affectionate, timid, eager to please and devoted.
This breed of dog helps make for a awesome companion for the kids and for families.
Lifespan and Weight
The majority of lifespan for this dog breed is around 15 years. However, together with the advancement of veterinary medicine, pets are already known to live up to 20 years and even longer. The average weight for this canine breed is around 11 to 16 lbs.
The easiest diseases and health conditions associated along with the Borders include but are not limited to Spike's Disease.
Housebreaking and Shedding
Housebreaking can be done together with patience on part of the owner. Recall that because its area of the terrier group, they might be difficult to housebreak. Shedding is minimal, however, brush alternate day in order to maintain. This breed of canine is good for allergy sufferers.
Best Owner Compatibility
This breed of canine can be suited for the apartment or condo environment. Not suitable for the frequent traveler. Best Owner has a yard to play in and lots of love and attention to give, as this dog breed likes to run around and play.
Where to Buy
The best places to buy this breed of dog are from reputable breeders, dog shelters, and rescue organizations.
You could pay over around $1.250 or even more per animal. Routine veterinary care should be contained in your budget.
Not usually aggressive unless abused or neglected.
This canine breed can make a lousy guard dog or watchdog. They would in the same way soon go home using the intruder rather than attack them.
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Spay or Neuter - Yes and Yes.
One of the best things you can do for your Border Terrier is to have her spayed (neutered for males). In females, this means we surgically remove the ovaries and usually the uterus, and in males, it means we surgically remove the testicles.
Spaying or neutering decreases the likelihood of certain types of cancers and eliminates the possibility of your pet becoming pregnant or fathering unwanted puppies.
Performing this surgery also gives us a chance, while your pet is under anesthesia, to identify and address some of the diseases your dog is likely to develop.
Nevertheless, if your pet needs hip X-rays or a puppy tooth extracted, this would be a good time. This is convenient for you and easy for your friend.
Consequently routine blood testing prior to surgery also helps us to identify and take precautions for common problems that increase anesthetic or surgical risk. Don’t worry; we’ll discuss the specific problems we will be looking for when the time arrives.