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The Airedale Terrier is also called the Waterside Terrier. They originated from Yorkshire in England and live to approximately 12 years of age. These dogs are medium-sized, with their average height ranging between 56 and 59 centimeters and a bi-color coat. They are clever, family friendly, proud and very courageous. The coat of these dogs needs regular stripping and brushing, and they require a moderate amount of exercise. Due to the fact that these dogs become bored easily, they need frequent personal interaction in order to avoid them becoming destructive in order to entertain themselves.
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Airedale Terrier Rescues in the USA
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