Cesky Terrier: Dog Breed Description

The Cesky Terrier was bred by geneticist Frantized Horak from the Czech Republic through constant crossing of Scottish and Sealyham terriers. The Czech or Bohemian Terrier is very popular at home in the Czech Republic and Germany. Holland and other Scandinavian countries, but hardly spread to North America.


The sturdy, rather stocky Cesky Terrier can be called rather long than tall. The Cesky Terrier is a stubborn, hardy and very hardy breed of dog. They are unusually dexterous, hardworking, and energetic and tireless hunters. At the same time, they are very elegant dogs. With incredible enthusiasm.


Since the selection of this breed was carried out in such a way as to minimize aggression, this quality in Cesky Terriers is much less represented than in other representatives of the terrier group. Dogs of this breed are loyal and loyal companions. They quickly find a common language both with people of any age and with other dogs. The Cesky Terrier is very sad if left alone for a long time, in which case he may start to spoil the surrounding objects. At the same time, they have excellent manners by nature and they strive in every possible way to earn praise from their master. This is an affectionate, in all respects pleasant and calm breed. They also have a well-developed protective instinct, making them excellent guard dogs. The Cesky Terrier is a wonderful pet.

Wool and care

The coat of the Cesky Terrier is represented by a single coat, it is soft, silky and slightly wavy. When preparing the dog for the show, the coat is trimmed along the back and upper body, leaving thick bushy eyebrows, a beard and a long “skirt” that covers the legs. Molting is extremely moderate. The Cesky Terrier needs a regular professional grooming, and the dog needs to be brushed and brushed thoroughly twice a week. It is necessary to regularly remove the hair on the pads and behind the ears of the Cesky Terrier. No serious hereditary diseases are observed in representatives of this breed. It can be noted a tendency to the so-called Scottish Terrier capture, which does not pose a threat to the life of the dog.


The Cesky Terrier demonstrates a keen mind and a desire for obedience. However, these dogs can be quite stubborn. Therefore, it is recommended to conduct early socialization with them and complete a general training course. Education must be delivered fairly, firmly and consistently.


If you devote enough time to training with the Cesky Terrier, then this dog is perfect for keeping in a city apartment. Cesky Terriers love long walks on a leash, make good running companions and are free to play in a securely fenced yard.

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