Airedale Terrier


About the litter

Beautiful pups. Parents both have excellent health scores & temperaments. Microchipped & ready to leave 30/6.
Litter size
3 Bitch
3 Dog
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Parents health tested


To learn more about each of the parents of this litter, click the names of them so you can preview their dog profile.

  • Health tested
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Contact details

Mrs K & Mr A Anderson

Puppies in this litter

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Guide for puppy seekers

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Getting a dog
Learn everything you need to know from our getting a dog section. From choosing the right breed for you, to questions to ask the breeder, we have everything you need to know.
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Feeding your puppy
It's important that your dog has a well balanced, healthy diet. Learn more about which diet is best for your dog and why.
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How to socialise your puppy
Like human children, puppies are not born with the social skills that they require to live with their family. Learn why socialisation is important.
Life expectancy
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Caring for your dog

One of the most important responsibilities of dog ownership is making sure you take good care of them, so they can lead a happy, healthy life.

These are the basic dog care needs that you'll need to be aware of.

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Health advice
Our dogs depend on us to look after them and we want nothing more than to help them to live full, happy and healthy lives. Although most dogs don't see their vet very often, there are still many reasons your dog can become ill.