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  •   Pet Health And Care >>  Dog Breed >>  Bushland Terrier  
     

    Bushland Terrier - Information on Breed, Breeders, Puppies, For Sale and Characteristics


    The Bushland terrier is a cross breed or designer dog developed by cross breeding the Scottish terrier and the Cairn terrier.



    A Bushland terrier dog breed usually has a thick black coat with long hair. It is a small but smart and active dog.



    Bushland terrier puppies are very cute and active. They like to play, and you will find them often vying for your attention.



    The weight of an adult Bushland terrier dog is only about 10 to 15 kg.

    Characteristics of Bushland Terrier


    The typical characteristics of the bushland terrier dogs are as under:

    • They are very loyal, playful, social, and intelligent dogs. They easily mix with the children and other pets. It is very easy to train them, and they are also very keen to follow your commands. But, at the same time, you need to be a little patient while training them, especially while giving repetitive commands.

    • Though they love to play and they love the outdoors, they can easily accommodate themselves in small places and indoor apartments as well.

    • They are very vigilant and immediately alert their owner if they hear an unusual sound or see an intruder.

    • In general, these dogs are very strong, but are usually prone to certain health issues such as eye disorders and knee dislocation.

    Bushland Terrier Puppies, For Sale and Breeders


    When it comes to Bushland terriers, it is argued that their only negative quality is that they are too social. They cannot stay alone. If their owners need to go out from home for long time or for frequent outstation visits, they tend to suffer from separation sickness. This type of conditions can easily put a Bushland terrier under severe depression, and it may react to such conditions very abruptly by continuously barking, damaging household items, tearing clothes, and so on. If you need to make your pet stay alone at home, then definitely a bushland terrier is not suitable for you.

    If you’re looking to buy a Bushland terrier puppy, you can find a number of ads on the Internet or in your local newspapers. Bushland terrier for sale can also be found at local pet stores or kennel clubs. Before buying a puppy, do ask the Bushland terrier breeder for complete information about the puppy’s parents such as their origin and behavior characteristics. For more details, you can consult your friends who have previously owned a Bushland terrier or a recognized vet.

    For any further Bushland terrier information, you can consult the American Kennel Club.
     
      Submitted on September 27, 2011