Welsh terrier is one among the many terrier breed of dogs. It can be used for hunting birds and foxes and also be kept as a pet at home. The breed is prevalent since the last 120 years roughly and scores over its terrier colleagues, Airedale and Fox terriers in popularity.
The terrier is of tan color in most places including the head, the limbs and even the belly undergrowth, it is well framed, concise and robust with weight reaching nearly 20-22 lbs. Their exoderm hair is in form of an undercoat and an external fur. The former protects against coldness. This is more of an evolutionary safety sheet for reasons of survival. It heats the body and keeps it warm in chilling condition. The later acts as a dust and rain shield.
A normal terrier has a life of 12-13 years and displays no such health worries barring a genetic vulnerability towards Glaucoma. The terriers mostly live in a shell unless externally excited. They show ample tendencies of hunters getting on the back of any locomotion object even if it be a dried leaf. The dog has insurmountable energy reserves and is not shy to fight when urged. It needs to be engaged intellectually, if left in a yard, it innovates means to keep itself going; be it through digging a ditch or chasing a small creature. Welsh terriers make great swimmers too.
Welsh terrier puppies are available for sale and a free Welsh terrier puppies search can be done through many sites these days.