Border Terrier Dog Breed
- Males - 13 to 16 inches at the withersFemales - 11 to 14 inches at the withers
- Males - 13 to 15.5 lbs.Females - 11.5 to 14 lbs.
- Red, grizzle-and-tan, blue-and-tan, or wheaten
- Agility, Conformation, Obedience, Rally Obedience, Tracking
A persistent worker with great agility and endurance, the Border Terrier was bred in the 18th century to protect farm stock along the border of Scotland and England. An admirable hunter that learns quickly and responds well to obedience training, the breed makes a good-tempered, affectionate family companion. An active dog, the Border Terrier does best with a job and when well-exercised. His water-resistant coat requires regular brushing and biannual stripping.
Did you know Famous Border Terriers in film include “Puffy” from "There's Something About Mary" and “Baxter” from "Anchorman."