Australian Terrier

The Australian Terrier was developed in Australia, as his name infers. Reproduced to chase and eliminate rodents and snakes, Australian Terriers were additionally prized as guard dogs and allies. Today, the Australian Terrier dog breed keeps up those same qualities: he is a delightful friend, a furious earthdog contender, and a conformation and obedience showman.




The Australian Terrier, called an “Aussie” by his admirers (in spite of the fact that he’s not to be mistaken for an Australian Shepherd), is a little terrier with upright ears and an unpleasant, shaggy coat. He is the most diminutive of the working terriers, however don’t let his size trick you. He’s certainly a great deal of dog in a small bundle, with a regular terrier incline on life: constant, autonomous, dedicated, and vivacious.

With a vivacious, underhanded identity, the Aussie hops into existence with state of mind. In any case, he’s generally firmly joined to his family — so unequivocally appended that he’ll regularly coordinate his state of mind to yours. On the off chance that you have soul, he is quiet and calm. In case you’re glad and energized, he turns lively and fun loving.


He makes an excellent playmate for a child, although adults should supervise interactions with very young children: Australian Terriers are not snappy or aggressive, but they do have limits on the handling and roughhousing they will tolerate.