Dogs 101: Border Terriers (Starring Maisy the Border Terrier) – Animal Facts

meet Maisie Maisie is a border terrier for most of her breeds existence the bull terrier has been unknown and her people preferred that she stay that way if it means protecting her from the ravages of popularity she's intelligent loyal fearless loving and determined and as about as aggravating as any dog conveyed the border terrier may well be one of the oldest Terriers in Great Britain but for many of you this may be the first you heard of her let's get to know this spunky little pest but before we start take a moment to LIKE and subscribe for more fun fun facts in the comments below then became the border terrier originated in the Cheviot Hills in Great Britain that formed the border country between England and Scotland a region also inhabited by powerful Hill foxes a menace to farm stock to keep these foxes in check farmers and shippers needed a plucky Terrier way enough to follow a horse but small enough to follow a fox in two dens and brush the border had to be strong and tireless with a weather-resistant coat to withstand the mist and bounce of key wings in the Cheviot Hills this small party working Terrier could be found in the homes of almost all border farmers Shepherds and sportsmen often shoe is used a conjunction with border fox hounds the border terrier was likely named for this association with the border fox hounds we published every Monday and Friday so hit that notification icon to not miss a single fact and a name considering that she's a terrier the border terrier is good-tempered affectionate obedient and easily trained she's highly intelligent and quickly learns to cused a signal you're going outside for a walk or to the office when it's no time and what you like and don't like her to chew a scent for socks maybe someone hasn't quite figured out unlike my socks and times one of the unique features of the border terrier is her loose-fitting height whereas the term coat refers to a dog's hair Pelt or hide the first to her skin which should be thick and movable in fact the only Terrier standard that calls for a loose hide is the border terrier this characteristic protects her from any bites or scratches and allows her to wiggle in and out of type underground tunnels the only way to truly test the height of a border terrier is to grasp it gently over the back with both hands and lift it slightly silly since the board interior was bred to work alongside border foxhounds she is less dog aggressive than some other Terriers that hunted on their own the border terrier doesn't have the fiery ready-to-go personality that some people look for in a Jack Russell Terrier or rat terrier but this allows her to easily live calmly with other dogs they're missed it as a breed the border terrier has changed very little over the years aside from becoming more consistent appearance this is mostly due to the fact that she is live and bred and relative obscurity she's not as flashy as many of our Terrier relatives in fact she could be easily mislabeled as a little wiry mutt by the uninitiated but she's a purebred terrier with all the gusto and wits of her more popular cousins and they fry with her family she's affectionate myself oh I am thanks to her intelligence a good tempered nature and willingness to work the border can adapt to life in any environment city or country and is highly trainable the border terrier loves kids and can match their energy levels in play Drive all day long but she can be a little rambunctious for households and small children expect your border terrier to be part of your family for 13 to 14 years members by the border terrier does not need to be bathed often only when she's gotten into something gross and it's really necessary her coat naturally repels dirt and with weekly brushing and a wipe down with a DEP Carly needed it should stay fairly clean we do Bader is a shampoo made for the ruff Terrier coat to help maintain his texture in Beijing she's a truly low-maintenance dog when it comes to her hair and sheds little the Border Terriers coat needs weekly brushing and periodic stripping removing the dead hair by hand or with a stripping tool to maintain its trademark rough texture you can click for the code but the texture and color will become softer and lighter and the coat won't be weather resistant if you love the scrupulous you can just leave your coat as is with no stripping or clipping but the coat may shadow and then she should not be let off the leash for there is no Terrier more determined to explore and pursue anything that runs it says perhaps for the Jack Russell there's a link to that video in the card the border terrier is so inquisitive some get themselves wedged into tight holes or crawl spaces trying to find out what's in there a secure yarder kennel run is essential for this breed she is a proven escape artist an able jumper and a proficient digger hey guys we go working on our patreon page and hope you'll check it out at slash animal facts men day away your border terrier is more willing to work with even many other terriers mini excel at the highest level of obedience and agility competition but the toughness that makes her suited for ridding farms of vermin can frustrate you when she decides to be stubborn she has a mind of her own and while she will listen to the command she'll often choose on alone when to obey it [Applause] want more fun fun effects go ahead and smash that subscribe button and hit the notification icon to not miss a single fact if you like this video go ahead and hit that like button hey this better work well that other button also works if you'd like to help us grow consider becoming a patron on patreon or clicking the PayPal link on hellofax not us

13 thoughts on “Dogs 101: Border Terriers (Starring Maisy the Border Terrier) – Animal Facts

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  2. We've had our rescue Olly for around nine years now. We thought she was just a mutt for a while, but we're pretty sure she's a border (though a scruffy one at that, since we don't have her stripped). At any rate, she's the sweetest little thing and loves to cuddle. I wouldn't know what I would do without her.

  3. I believe that I have a border terrier but don't know for sure, she has all the characteristics of a border terrier. How can I find out for sure? She's about 2 to 3 years old. I can be reached at [email protected] oh and if she is a pure bred how can I get her registered?

  4. I love the terrier breed. I have been the proud "puppy/doggo parent" to a Jack Russell, Rat Terrier, Mixed breed terrier, and now as of 1 month ago I received a Border Terrier for my one year wedding anniversary gift. They are very intelligent, loyal, cunning, and energetic. I am in love with my new companion; so much so I'm trying to figure out how I can bring her to work with me. I am looking forward to many years of companionship with my scruffy fur baby.

  5. Animal Facts I would like to thank you. You are the only youtube channel that has show me any support….

  6. Please do rat terrier or Ben Affleck and Matt Damon will come to my house and argue all night about who is better.

  7. Maisy is absolutely adorable but I really didn't know very much about Border Terriers. Thank you for the info.

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