Cesky Terrier

Terrier Group – AKC Foundation Stock Service (FSS)
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Photos courtesy of  Ridley Cesky Terriers

The Cesky Terrier is a cross of the Sealyham and Scottish Terriers and is also known as the Czech Terrier or Bohemian Terrier.  It is a happy dog that is good with children.  They are more trainable than other terrier breeds and handle very well.  Like all dogs it is important that you socialize the Cesky to be around different people and different life situations. They get along with people and strangers as well as other family pets, although you may want to keep a watch on hamster and guinea pig-types.  They certainly are terriers and exhibit all of the normal habits associated with the breed.  The Cesky enjoys walking and should get out every day.  It sheds very little.  It can suffer from seperation anxiety.

Average Height(“‘s)
Average Weight (#’s)
Personality
Coat
Grooming
Notes for owners
10-13
15-25
Friendly
Wavy and silky Weekly brushing to prevent tangles Good apratment dog who will “sound the alarm”.

 

Relevant Web Sites

 

AKC Breed Profile

American Cesky Terrier Fanciers Association

National Cesky Terrier Club of America


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