A complete guide to Rat Terrier Puppies and
Dogs including photos and articles about grooming,
training, care tips, exercise needs, male and female
Rat Terrier dog names, illness and health problems with a
definition and description of Rat Terrier Puppies and Dogs.
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provided in our Rat Terrier puppy and dog fact file and guide will prove a
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Summary of Rat Terrier Puppies and Dogs
Rat Terrier puppies and dogs show their owners
love and affection. The Rat Terrier was bred not only as a hunter,
but also a companion to man, and this is what gives it a loving and
pleasant personality. This breed is hard-working and full of energy.
Dogs and puppies are alert and show dedication, devotion and spirit.
They are clever and can be obedience trained quite easily and will
carry out the commands of its owner. This breed is sociable with its
friendly but a little reserved around strangers, this is because
they have naturally curious and inquisitive personalities. It's
important to socialize this breed when it's still a young puppy so
that it can grow to accept unfamiliar people when it becomes an
adult dog. The Rat Terrier likes children, but as with all breeds,
should be suitably supervised. The Rat Terrier has a bright, alert
personality and temperament.
Choosing Rat Terrier Puppies
and Dogs as Pets
Rat Terrier puppies grow into small to
medium sized adult
dogs and the above summary will help you to determine
whether they are suitable as a family pet. If you are
considering whether to buy a Rat Terrier puppy, adoption is also an
option for this particular type of dog, or even selecting
one from a rescue centre, or reputable dog breeder. This
breed is fairly healthy and doesn't appear to commonly
develop major illnesses and diseases. Their skin can be
prone to allergies so owners should bear this in mind and
keep a close check on their dog or puppy's skin regularly.
This breed has great energy and dogs and puppies will enjoy
their daily walks immensely. If given the opportunity, this
active dog would suit somebody requiring a jogging partner!
This breed has a short, smooth coat that sheds seasonally.
During shedding periods, the coat should be groomed
regularly, two to three times per week, however, during
normal periods, when the dog is not shedding, grooming once
per fortnight should suffice.
Rat Terrier Puppies
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