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    Oct 31 ,2018 Read 1800 Times

    Cairn Terrier - Personality Traits & Grooming Basics

    The Cairn Terrier is the favorite small-sized dog breed originated on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. In ancient times, when farmers need to get rid of vermin from their property, they looked for the intelligent, courageous and tenacious dog - attributes still found in today's Cairn Terrier. He is an independent, sensible and friendly dog who excels as a family companion.

    Personality Traits

    Among all best small dog breeds, Carin is considered a beautiful, friendly dog. He is cheerful and happy, and he seems to enjoy meeting people. He comes with specific characteristics of the terrier - he is alert, independent and robust. Like other dog breeds, he also likes chasing, digging and barking as part of fun activities. He will chase any small animal, including the cat of the neighbor if given a chance. He is a good watchdog, too, and will declare any visitor.

    Health Essentials

    Typically, Cairns is healthy, however, like all breeds, they are prone to develop few health conditions. Not all Cairns will get health ailments, but it is vital to be aware of them if you are contemplating this breed. 

    If you are buying these small dog breeds with long hairs, find a good breeder who will prove you health clearances for both your puppy's parents. It proves that dog has been cleared and tested of a specific condition.

    Grooming Basics

    This breed comes with a double coat: a soft undercoat and a wiry outer coat. The coat comes in many colors including, brindle, red, gray, black and sand.

    This coat is convenient to groom. Once a week brushing with nice and gentle strokes is sufficient, also, a good bath once every three months will keep its coat healthy and shiny. Remember, frequent bathing is not recommended to any Terrier breed as it will soften their coat.

    Also, their nails should be trimmed on regular basis, and excess wax should be removed from their ears.

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