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Cesky Terrier Breed Information

This breed was developed from Dandie Dinmont, Scottish Terrier and also Sealyham. This breed was recognized by the Federation Cynologique Internationale, in the year 1963. They were mainly used to hunt foxes and rats. They are now used as track dogs, hunters, and watch dogs and also as house hold companions. This breed has a long body, and short legs supporting it. The head of this breed is long and is covered with hairs forming beard, eye brows and also moustache. The teeth of this breed are set in scissor bite, and in some cases level bite can also be seen. Ears of this breed are small and also triangular in shape. The coat covering the skin of Cesky terriers, are long and silky in texture. This breed is available in brown, charcoal and also in platinum colours. This breed is generally very calm and gentle. They are loving and sweet. This breed is an excellent companion for kids. They are very loyal, and also devoted towards their master. They are smart and intelligent. They are fast learners and hence easy to train. They are fearless, and can also become stubborn at times. They are rather friendly with strangers, but should be provided with socializing lessons from an early age. They are calm and careful around other household pets. At certain times, this breed can become very stubborn and also dominant; this should be avoided with firm training. The average height of a healthy Cesky Terrier is 25 cm to 32 cm, and the average weight of this breed is 6 kg to 10 kg. This breed is perfect for apartment life, and be sure that you provide them with sufficient exercise. They should be taken out for regular exercise every day. Walks and jogs can cover their daily exercise, and they should be also taken out for occasional off the leash plays. This breed needs only the minimum grooming. They should be brushed and combed daily. Their ears should be cleaned and checked for infections. This breed is generally very healthy but is prone to conditions like, cramp syndrome. The average life expectancy of this breed is 12 years to 15 years.

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