Black Russian Terrier (AKA Black Pearls of Russia) has a strong body and mind, and it was created by the Russian army around the 1940s. This breed is a well-muscled and large-boned dog with a powerful head and neck. They are people-oriented and want to be all-around their humans. This is a calm and confident breed, even though they are suspicious of strangers. They are very attached and protective of their pet family. They require lots of social and mental interactions as well as physical exercises. This breed is intelligent, easy to train, learns very fast, but tends to be stubborn if they are forced to do something they don’t want to. They can weigh 80 to 145 pounds and reach a height of 25 to 30 inches.
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The largest of the Terriers, the Airedale Terrier is sometimes referred to as the “King of Terriers.” The Airedale is an energetic, loving companion that can adapt to any environment and excels at agility, obedience, and other activities. Their non-shedding, double layer coats keep them comfortable in any temperature, and they are patient and kind with children and other pets. The Airedale is extremely trainable and eager to learn, and loves to exercise.
German dogs, Schnauzers come in three sizes (Giant, Standard, and Miniature) and were initially bred to catch rats and other pests outdoors. Today, Schnauzers thrive on human companionship and are extremely intelligent and naturally obedient, making them easy to train. Schnauzers are proud and independent dogs, and are loving towards their owners. They make wonderful watch dogs and are highly energetic.
This versatile, playful breed originated in Ireland, where it was bred as a rugged working and hunting dog. Today, the Kerry Blue Terrier is gentle, sweet-natured and intelligent, and makes an excellent playmate for children and families. Kerries are also watchful, alert and courageous watchdogs. This breed is quick to learn, thrives on mental and physical stimulation and excels at various dog sports. Famous for their unique coat, Kerries are born black and don’t develop their true blue color until about 18 months of age. Kerry Blue Terriers make wonderful, devoted companions and want nothing more than to please their owners.