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Cesky Terrier Breed Fact Sheet

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Cesky Terrier Breed Information

Group 2: Terriers

Energy Level: moderate - high

Original Function: Earthdog

Temperament: Balanced, non-aggressive, pleasant and cheerful companion, easy to train; somewhat reserved towards strangers; of calm and kind disposition.

Characteristics: Formerly a Terrier bred for hunting foxes and badgers; today more a house and companion dog.

Recommended for: Good for families with school aged children.

Be Aware: Not many in Australia.

Lifespan: 10-14 years

 

Height: Male:29 cm (11 3/8")

Height: Bitch: 27 cm (10 5/8")

Colour: The Cesky Terrier has two colours
Grey-blue (puppies are born black)
Light coffee-brown (puppies are born chocolate brown).
In both colours , yellow, grey or white markings are permitted on the head (beard, cheeks), neck, chest, belly, the limbs and round the vent. Sometimes there is also a white collar or a white tip of the tail. The basic colour, however, must always be predominant.

Coat: Skin - Firm, thick, without wrinkles or dewlap, pigmented. Texture - Hair long, fine but firm [strong], slightly wavy with a silky gloss; not too overdone [abundant].

General Appearance: Short legged, long haired, well made and well muscled. They are instantly recognisable by the long head, distinctively bushy beard, moustache and eyebrows.

 

 

The Cesky Terrier is the result of an appropriate cross-breeding between a Sealyham Terrier dog and a Scottish Terrier bitch, with the aim of developing a light, short legged, well pigmented hunting Terrier with practical drop ears, easy to groom and easy to train.
In 1949, Mr Frantisek Horak from Klanovice near Prague started to improve the breed by fixing their characteristics. These dogs were shown for the first time in 1959 , and the breed was finally recognised by the F.C.I. in 1963.
Formerly a Terrier bred for hunting foxes and badgers; today more a house and companion dog. They are a balanced, non-aggressive, pleasant and cheerful companion, easy to train; somewhat reserved towards strangers; of calm and kind disposition.

Grooming- They should be brushed and combed out at least two times a week. He has a soft coat and it does not shed, but with any non-shedding breed, it can occasionally mat if not cared for properly. He needs to be trimmed about every 6-10 weeks. This is done with electric clippers, there is no "stripping" in this breed. Most people learn to groom their Cesky Terriers, but it can be done by a professional groomer as well.

Exercise- Romping around the backyard they get adequate exercise themselves but breeders still recommend a 30-minute walk daily, they tend to put on weight easily. They enjoy being indoors.

Health- A very new breed and not much is known about possible health problems, so far they appear to be healthy little dogs with a good nature. Similar to the Dandy Dinmont with short, bent legs, and may have back problems.
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