about how much does a cairn terrier cost?
This is because Cairn Terriers were originally bred to kill vermin, where it needed to dig deep into the ground. As a result, Cairn Terriers still have this instinct today.Note that there are always exception, not every Carin Terrier enjoys digging.
Cairn Terriers will grow to be 13-16 pounds in weight.
Generally, both male and female cairn terriers will weigh around 13.2-17.6 lbs (6-8 kg).
Well it depends. I have a Cairn Terrier and he is aggressive! So my cairn terrier no but Probably! Yorkies can be aggresive to, but if you introduce them as pupies they will. I have a big dog and a tiny cat that were introduced as babies and the cat sleeps in the kennel with the dog....
Carin terriers are part of the terrier breed of dog. The carin terriers are the oldest type of terriers that are known to exist. They originated from the Scottish Highlands.
Westies are from Scotland. They are descended from Cairn Terriers.
Cairn Terriers only moult the slightest bit, but the hair doesn't get onto your clothes or anything like that. Most of the time you don't even notice that they have moulted if they have a little bit.
As I understand it, West highland white terriers were bred out of Cairns.
Cairn terriers make excellent family pets because they are friendly, energetic, loyal and fun. The only bad things about them is they love barking and are a bit stubborn. But if they are trained they are perfect!
Cairn terriers don't get big in size, but can gain weight very quickly. Their average weight is about 18-20lbs.
Well, I'm referring to all terriers. But when you say silky they are brown and black most of the time. Most rarely they are white. Silky terriers are mixed in with a hint of Dachshunds, Cairn terriers, and Yorkshire terriers.
Cairn Terriers, Fox Terrier, jack Russells, Australian Terrier, and Rat Terriers are all good mousers
Cairn Terriers have a strong prey instinct and will need comprehensive training. However, they are intelligent and, although willful, can be trained. Training of the Cairn Terrier has the best results when training as a puppy, as they become unwillfully stubborn. Although it is often said that they are disobedient, this is not the case provided correct training is applied.
I suppose it ordepends on the how much excercise the dog gets. But as puppies they can run quite fast, but as adults they can run very fast.
It depends on where you buy them.
Carin Terriers originated from the highlands of Scotland and the Isle of Skye in Great Britain.
Dog Tales - 2007 Helping Deaf and Blind Dogs Cairn Terriers 1-2 was released on: USA: 10 September 2007
A Cairn Terrier is a breed of the terriers. It is one of the oldest terrier breeds. They came from the Scottish Highlands. They are seen as one of Scotland's first working dogs.
Cairn terriers have to be groomed carefully because they have pretty unique coats. Never "clip" a Cairn's coat because this damages it. Ask your local petshop for information.
Carin terriers do not run very fast, and can run at a comparable speed of dogs that are similar in size. However, carin terriers should not be allowed to run free without a leash or a fenced in area.
My dog is 2 and he is about 15-17 lbs, his head is half a foot from the ground and he is CUTE!
Generally no. Cairn Terriers were first bred to kill vermin. They still have this instinct today and might go chase small animals and show aggression to other dogs. Yet, there are always exception, not every dog of a certain breed has the same temperament.
Dog Tales - 2007 German Shepherd Puppy Cairn Terriers Adoptable Dogs 2-17 was released on: USA: 3 November 2008
First Answer: They generally live about 10-14 tears old but the oldest yet is about to be the oldest dog ever at 23 years of age. i hope i helped you! Second Answer: When not dying because of injuries or illnesses, cairn terriers live around 13-16. There average life is 15.