The Kerry Blue Terrier is a medium-sized dog with a soft, wavy blue coat. This breed is known for its intelligence, loyalty, and playful personality.
The Kerry Blue Terrier originated in County Kerry, Ireland. It was originally used as a working dog, hunting small game and vermin.
The Kerry Blue Terrier has a medium build, with a long head and a beard. The coat is soft and wavy, and comes in shades of blue from slate to light gray.
The Kerry Blue Terrier is intelligent, loyal, and playful. They are also known for being good watchdogs.
Kerry Blue Terriers are easy to train, but they need early socialization to prevent them from becoming shy or aggressive.
Kerry Blue Terriers need at least 30 minutes of exercise per day. They enjoy playing fetch, hiking, and swimming.
The Kerry Blue Terrier's coat needs to be brushed and combed regularly. They should also be bathed every few weeks.
The Kerry Blue Terrier is a generally healthy breed. However, they are prone to some health problems, such as hip dysplasia and eye problems.
The Kerry Blue Terrier has an average lifespan of 12-15 years.
Kerry Blue Terriers can be found at reputable breeders. They can also be adopted from rescue organizations.