The Australian Silky Terrier is small and one of the cutest dog. It was found developed in Australia first. The ancestral of the dog were found in Great Britain. The dog is very close to the Yorkshire Terrier and Australian Terrier. Australian Silky Terrier is called Silky in North American and it is called Australian Silky Terrier in another country. However, this Dog is not available in all of the countries. This dog is very small and cute. Its appearance is very different and it is easy to distinguish Australian Silky Terrier from other similar size and similar type dogs. The height of the male Australian Silky Terrier is from 23 to 26 Cm and female Australian Silky Terrier is smaller than the male Australian Silky Terrier. The average weight of the Australian Silky Terrier can be from 8 to 11 pounds. The weight of the Australian Silky Terrier helps to measure the health condition.
It is found that Australian Silky Terrier is very healthy and but intervertebral disc disease is common in this breed of dog. Some other diseases are found in the Australian Silky Terrier such as?patellar luxation elbow dysplasia and Legg-Perthes as well as epilepsy, Diabetes and tracheal collapse are a common problem. This dog is very energetic and proactive in most of the cases. Indoor it is found ok and it is also good out with sufficient exercise.
It needs training and proper take care if the owner wants to see it in good condition and running. If the owner gives it training and walks with it every day, then it is ready to work and remain healthy. Life expectance is from 12 to 15 years old. Grooming is important for all of the dog and Australian Silky Terrier is not beyond this rules. If the owner washes and grooms this breed of dog, then those remain lovely always. Its hair falls on the eye which makes it attractive and dashing.
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