The Cesky Terrier was developed to be a well-muscled, short legged and well-pigmented hunting terrier that could be worked in packs. This Czech native dog breed is a cross between a Scottish Terrier and a Sealyham Terrier. He was made to chase vermin, however with his cherishing identity, moderate practice needs, and little size, he makes an awesome partner pooch as well.
The consequence of a cross between a Scottish Terrier and a Sealyham Terrier — with the objective of making a pooch that could follow vermin without getting stuck in their sanctums — the Cesky (affirmed chess-key) was made in 1948 in what was then Czechoslovakia.
Mellower than most terriers, the Cesky needs direct measures of activity. Also, not at all like numerous terriers, he has the benefit of a delicate coat that can be trimmed with scissors as opposed to requiring hand-stripping (culling dead hairs by hand).
Loving and devoted, he’s also active enough to compete in earthdog trials, agility, obedience, and tracking. The Cesky is also a successful therapy dog. He gets along well with children and other pets, especially if he’s raised with them.