The Silky Terrier is a sturdy, hardy breed known for its soft, silky coat. These dogs stand moderately low to the ground and are slightly longer than they are tall.
Lifespan: 12–15 yr
Height: 9–10 in
Weight: 6–15 lb
Brushing your Silky Terrier's coat twice a week with a pin brush or soft bristle brush should keep it glowing. And using a long-toothed metal dog comb can help you contend with tangles. Besides that, you should trim your pup's nails and give baths every month or so.
Though it may be lap dog size, the Silky is a terrier. And it needs to exercise like one. Physical and mental stimulation is essential to your dog's overall wellbeing.
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