Cesky Terrier

Easy to Train

2

Good with kids

3

Energy

3

Heat tolerance

3

Cold tolerance

2

Watchdog

5

Shedding

2

Cesky Terrier personality traits and Temperament

These dogs give you all the traits of a big dog but minus the hair and droll. They are very energetic and love running around. Cesky Terriers are one of the more intelligent dogs and can be trained to do a variety of tricks. It can even be trained as a watchdog, as they will bark at suspicious activity and noises.

They also have a soft side, and love to cuddle and nap with their owners.
The Cesky Terrier is patient, playful, sporty yet calm.

A sweet and joyful dog that is good with children, it is brave, loyal, obedient and courageous. Intelligent, very trainable and easy to handle, it is important to socialize them while they are puppies, letting them meet with various people and different animals in positive circumstances to experience a variety of situations.

This will help them be well adjusted so they can grow up to be happy adults. They love people, especially children and are fairly friendly with strangers, but like most terriers, if you are not 100% pack leader, they can be feisty, stubborn and fearless.

Grooming, Haircuts and Shedding

The Cesky should be trimmed regularly, leaving the hair long on the stomach, legs and around the face to form the moustache, beard, and eyebrows. For pet dogs it will need to be trimmed at least four times a year. Show dogs require more frequent grooming.

Unlike most other terriers the Cesky is generally clipped with electric clippers, instead of being stripped. The longer hair needs to be brushed and combed at least twice a week, depending on the condition of the coat, to prevent tangles.

Clip the excess hair between the pads of the feet and remove loose hair in the ear passages. This breed sheds little to no hair.

Size and Characteristics

Price Range: this dog for sale may cost between $1,300-2,500

Life expectancy: the life span is generally of about13-Years

Weight: 13-23 lbs.

Height: 10-13 in.

Colors: Gray

How to Train

Early, often, consistent, and positive are the best traits to training your Cesky Terrier. They are highly intelligent and can be taught a variety of different commands and disciplines.

A few suggested trainings are: house training, crate training, leash training, “come” command, and barking. Keep your training sessions quick and focused.

Health Issues and Food

Diet: Choose dog food that is high in protein. They will like a mix of canned and dry food. Try and get high quality dog food that does not have many filers.

Allergies: Hypoallergenic

Health problems: The most common problem to occur in this type of dog is called the Scottie Cramp Syndrome, which causes the dog to walk in an awkward motion.

Best female and male dog names

You can name your Cesky Terrier as Deacon or Rolf if he is a male and Bella or Mya if she is a female.

How to adopt this dog

You can also browse a specific site to adopt a Cesky Terrier

Pictures and Videos

Tibet Terrier photo


Photo Credits: Steffen Heinz,Pleple2000.