Aussie bark collar


23-28 cm


4-6 kg

Australian Terrier bark colar

Australian Terrier - is the smallest member of the terrier breeds. The country of origin of this terrier is Australia, before it was called coarse Australian terrier. It is believed that when the breed used a lot of terriers, including the Cairn Terrier, Irish Terrier, Skye Terrier, Norwich Terrier, Yorkshire Terrier, Dandie Dinmont terrier.

For the first time this breed was introduced in Melbourne in 1868, official recognition of the Australian Terrier was in 1933. In the U.S., the breed was not popular and was recognized only in 1960.

Australian terrier - a small dog with a big brave dog, he's tough, cheeky, has great stubbornness and arrogance. Dogs of this breed require careful nurturing and not cruel, but a strict relationship. For children and pets dog should be tamed from early childhood. The Australian Terrier is not irritable, but likes to bark. He is unfriendly to strangers, treat them coldly, suspiciously. Obtained from the Australian Terrier real vigilant guard who has acute hearing and eyesight. The content Terrier unpretentious, eats little and does not need frequent walks, feels great indoors. On the street it is not necessary to lower the terrier off the leash, otherwise it will pursue anything that moves. This breed loves to walk freely without supervision host, so they can get lost.

The breed standard FCI № 8:

General view. A strong stocky dog, quite stretched, with strong Terrier character, always on the alert, active, having good health. Its not hard trimminguemaya wool with a pronounced sleeve around the neck extending to the sternum, and the long hard head attached to her stubborn, hairy appearance.

Behavior and temperament. Essentially a working terrier, but the accuracy and balanced character make it equally suitable as a companion.


Cranial. The skull is long, flat and of moderate width, full between the eyes. Covered with a soft tuft.

The transition from forehead to muzzle. Not deep, but clear.

The front part. Nose: Black, medium size, nasal mirror extends to the back of the nose.

Muzzle. Strong, powerful, equal in length to the skull, the muzzle must be strong and do not collapse under the eyes. The length of the muzzle and the power needed for a strong grip.

Lips. Black, tight and dry.

Jaws and teeth. Jaws strong, with a strong grip, teeth large and evenly spaced, the upper incisors are mounted close to the front of the lower scissor bite.

Eyes. Should be small, oval, with a keen expression and a dark brown color, is planted extensively, not prominent.

Ears. Small, erect, pointed, well-kept, set moderately wide, devoid of the long hair and a light pick up sounds (except for puppies up to 6 months).

Neck. Good length, slightly arched, strong, blending smoothly into the sloping shoulders.

Block. Stretched, durable. In assessing the case, you need to pay attention to the original description of the "strong, stocky dog, quite stretched."
Back (from withers to Maklok). Level topline.

Loins. Sturdy.

Chest. Moderately deep and broad, with well sprung ribs. The front part of the chest is well developed, the sternum relatively deep deflated.

Tail. Docked, set high, well-kept, but not over the back.


The front part. Are bony, seen from the front, straight and parallel, with slight feathering to the wrists.

Pasterns. Strong, straight.

The rear part. Broad. The limbs of medium length. When viewed from behind, they must be parallel from hock to feet, set neither too wide nor too narrow.

Hips. Strong and muscular.

Knees. Well bent.
Hock. Well bent, hocks are short.

Paws. Small, round and compact, with well padded, close-knit toes and moderately arched. Turning neither in nor out, with sturdy, black or dark nails.

Movement. Free, regular, strong and springy. Seen from the front legs should move accurately, without weakness in the shoulders, elbows or pasterns. The hind legs have the impetus and strength, with the free movements kolennnyh and hock. When viewed from the rear of the hock to the ground - parallel, neither too close nor too wide.


Wool. On the housing consists of a rigid, straight, thick top coat length of about 6 cm (2.5 inches) with a short, soft undercoat structure. The muzzle, lower limbs and feet are deprived of the long hair.

a) Black and Silver - Steel or dark gray - with a rich tan (not pale yellow) on the front of the head, the ears, the lower part of the body, the lower parts of the legs and feet and around the anus (excluding pups).
A deeper color and more clearly defined better. Shaded undesirable. The crest blue, silver or a lighter shade than the head.
b) Pure yellow or red, or any muruzhina dark shading desired. The crest of a lighter tone is permissible.
c) At any color white markings on the chest or legs should be punished.

Size and weight.

Growth. Desirable height at the withers is about 25 cm (about 10 inches), females slightly smaller.

Weight. The desired weight of about 6.5 kg (about 14 pounds) for males, females a little easier.

Defects. Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a flaw or defect, depending on the severity.

Note. Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

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