fr en es
 
 

Manchester Terrier

Dog Manchester Terrier

The Manchester Terrier is a breed of dog originating in England. He is known for his elegant appearance and lively temperament. Here is a description of the Manchester Terrier:

The Manchester Terrier is a small to medium sized dog (40 cm), well built and muscular (7.5 kg). It has an elegant silhouette with a thin and elongated head. The eyes are medium sized, almond shaped and dark in color. The ears are V-shaped and carried erect or semi-erect.

There are two varieties of Manchester Terrier: the smooth-haired Manchester Terrier and the curly-haired Manchester Terrier. The smooth-coated variety has a short, smooth, shiny coat, while the curly-coated variety has a dense, slightly wavy, weather-resistant coat. The most common colors are black and tan.

The Manchester Terrier is an alert dog, lively and full of energy. He is intelligent, curious and has a strong hunting instinct. It needs adequate mental and physical stimulation to thrive. The Manchester Terrier is known for its speed, agility and ability to jump with ease.

In terms of personality, the Manchester Terrier is generally loyal, affectionate and attached to his family. He can be wary of strangers and has a good sense of guard. He can be a little reserved with children and other animals if he has not been properly socialized from a young age.

The Manchester Terrier is an easy dog to care for. Its short coat requires little grooming, but regular brushing is recommended to maintain its clean and shiny appearance. He also needs regular exercise, including active walks and interactive games to meet his physical and mental needs.

In terms of health, the Manchester Terrier is generally a hardy breed. However, some common ailments in the breed include eye problems, dental issues, and congenital deafness. Regular visits to the vet, a balanced diet, and proper dental care are key to maintaining overall health.


© 2023 touslestoutous.com − All doggies. All rights reserved.
"The data available on this site may be used provided that the source is duly acknowledged."
Legal Notice