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Recently a guest of
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she has authored several peer-reviewed articles
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has a current practice which teaches nearly
200 young dog owners to train
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Having spent over 40 years training
dogs, Sally has proven experience in helping
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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Kerry Blue Terrier: Breed Temperament, Exercise Needs & Health
AKC Ranking: 117
Also Known As: Irish Blue Terrier
About Kerry Blue Terrier
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Kerry Blue Terrier originated
in the 1700's in the mountainous regions of
County Kerry from which its name is derived.
The Kerry is the national terrier of Ireland
(under the name Irish Blue Terrier) and has
become a symbol of Ireland.
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The Kerry Blue Terrier is
a well-built, muscular, medium-sized dog.
Born black at birth the silky, unusually dense
and wavy coat changes very dark blue (darker
than deep slate) shades or tinges of brown
to different shades of blue gray. The long,
well-balanced head sports abundant whiskers,
beard and eyebrows.
In show dogs, the eyebrows reach
all the way to the bridge of the nose. The ears
are v-shaped and crease above the skull to fall
toward the outside corner of the dark, keen eye.
The ears are pasted while the puppy is of teething
age to create the necessary crease. The nose is
black. Dewclaws are removed, especially those on
the hind legs. The limbs are straight with a powerful
bone structure. The tail is docked and carried upright.
Dogs 18½-20 inches (46-51
Bitches 17½-19 inches (44-48 cm.)
pounds (15-18 kg.)
Vivacious and playful, determined
and alert, boisterous and unrepressed, this dog
has a way about it that makes people laugh and have
fun. The Kerry is a good watchdog, but will not
attack without real provocation. A loving, outgoing
and friendly family dog, he likes to be with his
people, and is affectionate with friends of the
The Kerry Blue generally gets
along well with other pets if properly introduced
and supervised, but tends to be fairly dog aggressive.
This breed is protective and should be extensively
socialized, especially with other dogs, or he may
be quite a handful. They rarely bark unnecessarily.
Kerry Blues put up well in apartments
with small yard. They are fairly active indoors.
The Kerry Blue is a sporty dog,
which needs to be taken out on a daily walk, jog
or run. They retain this vigor all their lives.
They enjoy roughhousing. Kerry Blues require a confident
owner and need firm obedience training. These dogs
are intelligent, have a very good memory, and are
somewhat willful with minds of their own. They have
an aptitude for sports such as catch and agility
training, but make sure the dog enjoys the challenge.
If its lessons are too routine for the Kerry Blue,
its stubbornness will show.
Kerries should be groomed every
6 weeks professionally, plus bathing, brushing and
combing once a week. They also need to have the
hair pulled out of the ear canal, as they are prone
to ear infections when the ear hair gets too long
and wax and dirt have built up. The Kerry Blue sheds
little to no hair and is odorless, even when wet.
So they are considered good for allergy sufferers.
They are prone to eye problems
such as Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eyes), cataracts,
and entropion. They sometimes get cysts or cancerous
growths in their skin, but these are rarely malignant.
Hip dysplasia, spiculosis, hypothyroidism, cryptorchidism
have also been reported. Progressive neuronal abiotrophy
(PNA) is also seen. This condition is also referred
to as Cerebellar cortical abiotrophy (CCA) or Cerebellar
Abiotrophy (CA). PNA is a disease of the nervous
system, in which the cerebellum loses its ability
to coordinate movement.
Expectancy: 12-15 years.
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