• Australian Terrier

    The Australian Terrier may be small in stature, but they offer boundless energy and companionship. The breed has distinct coat furnishings around their forequarters and neck, and the plume of soft and silky hair on the top of their head is different in texture from the rest of their coat. Their dark eyes give you a glimpse into their playful personality.

  • Group: Terrier
    Lifespan: 11–15 yr
    Height: 9–11 in
    Weight: 8–17 lb

  • Care

    This breed has a harsh and weatherproof outer coat that repels dirt well, so it’s relatively easy to maintain. A once a week brushing with a brush or grooming mitt should help keep it in shape. This particular breed can also have long hairs that grow adjacent to the eyes, which can irritate the eyes if left unmanaged. Usually, the hairs can be easily plucked while grooming. All dogs require regular dental care, including at-home teeth brushing and professional dental cleanings, and the Australian Terrier is no exception. Maintaining good dental hygiene is important for their overall long-term health.

    The Australian Terrier is an active breed that does best with high-quality dog food that’s suited to their particular age, as well as any additional health concerns.

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  • Disorders

    Progressive retinal atrophy Retinal dysplasia

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.