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Patterdale Terrier

The Patterdale Terrier is a small working dog typically measuring between 25cm and 38cm and weighing between 4.5kg and 11kg. In addition to being a hardy working terrier bred for keeping predators away from livestock, they also make wonderful pets. They are loving, loyal and intelligent. They come in a variety of colours, including black, chocolate, black and tan, bronze (black with brown), grizzle, and tan. Most of these have white chests and sometimes white feet. They come in smooth, rough, and broken coats.

Patterdale Terriers are very healthy dogs but are prone to eye problems and skin allergies. When outdoors, the Patterdale terrier has great stamina and will play all day, but when indoors, they are relaxed and quiet. Patterdale Terrier puppies tend to chew a lot and it is recommended to keep toys and chews around to stop them chewing your furniture. Patterdale puppies are more energetic and will need more play time and walks. When left alone for long periods of time, they can become destructive. They are not a suitable pet for the elderly as they can be very boisterous and require lots of attention.

It is also recommended that you don't keep small fleeing animals such as hamsters, rabbits, rats or Guinea pigs around. Patterdale Terriers love to chase small animals, but usually get bored if the animal doesn't turn around to fight. The Patterdale Terrier can also be a pack or an individual dog. Their life expectancy is between 11-13 years. A bonus of having a patterdale terrier is that they hardly moult and need very little brushing. They are also used as a guard dog because they will more than likely bark at strangers and alert you of any intruders. Patterdale Terriers have great courage and won't back down if caught in a fight. They have been known to fight foxes and badgers and win the battle. The first known Patterdale Terrier was called Bingo and was sadly killed by a fox. The Patterdale Terrier got its name at a dog show in Patterdale, in the Lake District of Cumbria, in Northwestern England.
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