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Aberdeen Terrier

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An aberdeen terrier should have early training and can be view in pictures provided by the breeder. These dogs come in black, wheat, red or mixed colors. The breed is characterized by long and hairy muzzle with hairy forehead that looks like eyebrows. The ears should be pointed and erect; the tail is held high. The legs are very muscular and hairy. An aberdeen terrier should have early training and can be view in pictures provided by the breeder.

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Aberdeen Terrier

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This is a truly working breed; it originated in Great Britain to hunt badgers and foxes. These dogs are abut 14 to 15 inches (36-39cm) high at the withers; they weigh 20-21 pounds (9-10 kg). They have a wiry outer coat and very dense undercoat. An aberdeen terrier should have early training and can be view in pictures provided by the breeder.

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