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Recently a guest of
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dogs to love and obey their owners and bond
deeply with them - while guiding owners to truly
appreciate the wonderful gift of friendship
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American Hairless Terrier: Breed
Characteristics, Care & Exercise Needs
About American Hairless Terrier
Country of Origin, History of the breed
Reputedly, the breed started
when one hairless puppy appeared in one Rat
Terrier litter in the state of Louisiana,
United States, in 1972. Edwin and Willie Scott,
the owners, liked the dog's look and temperament,
and upon maturity bred her hoping to reproduce
the hairless quality. They were eventually
successful; a litter produced in 1981 provided
the foundation stock of the breed.
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Description of the
The American Hairless is
a well-muscled dog with a deep chest, strong
shoulders, solid neck, and powerful legs.
The ears are carried erect when the dog is
alert. Tails must be full length. The skin
is pink with gray, black, golden or red spots.
Hairless-to-hairless breeding always
produces completely hairless puppies. Hairless-to-coated
mating is producing variable results. Hairless pups
are born with a bit of sparse fuzzy hair all over
their body. The pup will shed this fuzz, starting
with the head, proceeding backwards, becoming entirely
and eternally hairless by the age of six weeks.
They do not have tufts of hair on the head, feet
and end of tail. They do however, have normal eyebrows
Height: 7-16 inches
Weight: 5-16 pounds (2.5-7 kg.)
Temperament of the Breed
American Hairless Terriers are
intelligent, alert, playful, quick, loving, inquisitive,
affectionate, fearless, lively, eager to please,
good watchdog and an excellent companion, even for
children. The American Hairless Terrier, unlike
other dog breeds, will break out in a sweat when
hot or scared. They are fairly territorial, stubborn
and for the most part friendly with strangers.
The breed enjoys challenging games
and outdoor romps. They need to be taken on a long
daily walk. They love to dig. They are easy to train.
The AHT will do ok in an apartment
so long as they get enough exercise. They are fairly
active indoors and should have at least a small
to medium sized yard.
Because of their lack of hair,
they do need protection from the sun. Sunscreen
should be applied or a shirt should be worn during
summer. The dog must be given a sweater during the
cold months. They should be bathed one to three
times a week. Their nails should be trimmed weekly.
If their skin becomes dry, lotion (without lanolin)
can be applied.
This breed obviously does not shed
and they do not get fleas, but they do shed skin
cells about every 20 days, therefore there is some
dander but it is very minimal. Scratches and cuts
need to be attended to by hydrogen peroxide or any
other antiseptic agent. This breed is very good
for allergy sufferers.
These dogs do not have absent
premolars or any of the breeding complications associated
with the hairless breeds. The AHT does not have
the major skin problems commonly seen in hairless
Sometimes they will get a rash
on their skin. AHT's do have sweat glands and will
get pimples! Rashes due to grass allergies and other
allergies are not that uncommon.
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