Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier – Top 10 Interesting Facts

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier – Top 10 Interesting Facts

TOP 10 interesting facts about Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, a spirited and playful dog breed.

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The origin on the Wheaten Terrier’s history has not been well documented, but it is said that the Kerry Blue Terrier is a direct descendant. Legend has it that when the Spanish Armada was sunk off the shores of Ireland, the blue dogs that swam ashore were welcomed by the terriers with a soft wheaten coat.

Soft-coated wheaten terriers are medium-sized dogs weighing 35 to 40 pounds (16 to 18 kilograms) for males and 30 to 35 pounds (13 to 16 kilograms) for females. The body is square and the head is a triangular. Wheaten generally mature at 30 months, although they reach their full size around 6 to 8 months.

Many people fall in love with the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier for the wrong reasons: Wheaten puppies are adorable, with long, silky coats in a warm shade of light brown (hence: Wheaten). But these sweet-looking puppies can become stubborn dogs who are too much to handle for owners unwilling or unable to provide their pets with the proper guidance, training and socialization, and who aren’t prepared to deal with a coat that is a huge chore to keep free of mats and tangles.

TOP 10 Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier facts TIMESTAMPS:
0:11 Origin
0:33 Poor mans dog
0:52 People oriented
1:09 Puppy life
1:27 Diving champion
2:01 Farm workers
2:26 Training
2:45 Colors
3:03 Grooming
3:22 Shaggy dog

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