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The Australian Silky Terrier is thought to have been bred from crossing the Yorkshire Terrier to the Terrier of Australia. This mixture of the two races of the intention to produce a dog soft toy with the qualities of a small house pet and inquisitive nature and ability to hunt for a terrier. Families who have Silkie will attest to the effectiveness of cross.

This is obvious from the color of an Australian Silky Terrier Yorkshire was a part of its development, one carrying the gun metal blue with dots so rich and silvery blue ribbon much like the Yorky. When the dog of his birth is much darker and grows the tan markings will fade to a lighter beige tone gun metal blue and becomes very silver. The "Silky Terrier" is called the Australian Silky Terrier in Great Britain and Australia, but is called "Silky Terrier "elsewhere. In any case, the dog is definitely a terrier and the intention to have the attributes of a terrier in their ability to betray and rodents death and in the case of the countries of Australia, the little terrier is adept at killing snakes. The Silky is smaller than an Australian terrier but bigger than a Yorkie and the skull and muzzle are not as large or as heavy as the Australian Terriers, or as long as the Yorky. In short this little dog has an almost equal mix of qualities of the two races.

Hair care is quite simple, it requires daily brushing and an occasional bath. Of course, as always, nails should be trimmed in regularly. The ears are erect and require only occasional cleaning, as they are not prone to ear infections. The hair on the bearded face has a look and there is always more careful in this kind of keeping your mouth as far as the mustache-free food scraps. Trimming can be done if necessary, but the coat is easy to comb, and that is exactly what is called "silky", and no coat. It lies flat on the body and not get entangled in the form of a double layer.

The puppy is very smart and definitely a family dog. Be careful of strangers and makes a good watchdog. When properly introduced accept strangers in the home, but still not too easy. He is a pet home very clean and gets along well with other household animals if raised with them. Of course, terrier temperament will if it is, and certainly can do a good job of defending themselves when necessary. Obedience competitors have discovered that the Silky is competitive in the obedience ring and is one of the favorites in the ring conformation in most European countries than in the United States.

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Michael Russell

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Your Independent guide to Dogs

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