Welsh Terrier Puppies for Sale
ASKA WELSH TERRIER
Blue Ridge, Ga
ASKA WELSH TERRIER
Blue Ridge, Ga
Bringing home a Welsh Terrier can be a rewarding experience. These small yet mighty dogs have been loved and adored for centuries. Discover just a few benefits of owning a Welsh Terrier:
So why wait? Consider Welsh Terrier puppies for your home! See more about Aska Welsh Terrier's Welsh Terrier puppies for sale below, and contact us if you have any questions.
Our family owns and offers quality, family-raised Welsh Terriers in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia for wonderful and loving companionship.
In 2018 we got our first Welsh Terrier, Stella Rose and we fell in love immediately with the breed. The love, grit, and companionship this breed gives, is one we had not found in prior breeds we had owned.
We have a small 30-acre farm with lots of room for our doggies to spread their legs. Our family has raised our dogs since they were Welsh Terrier puppies themselves, to ensure their quality, well-socialized nature, and obedience that every family deserves.
Every one of our Welsh Terrier puppies has been around adults and children since their birth and is extremely friendly and social. Welsh Terriers make great family pets, watchdogs, companions, and hunting dogs. They are brilliant and clever dogs and they can do anything! We are very proud of what we do and we strive to produce amazing welsh terrier puppies.
We LOVE hearing back from our past buyers about their welsh terriers, and there is nothing more rewarding than seeing a picture of one of our Welshies all grown up, beautiful, and a valued member of the family.
The Welsh Terrier originates from Wales and was originally bred for hunting fox, rodents, and badger; but during the last century, it has mainly been bred for showing. Despite this, it has retained its terrier strength of character. The Welsh Terrier has been claimed to be the oldest existing dog breed in the UK. Wikipedia
Mass: 20 – 22 lbs
Life expectancy: 12 – 15 years
Phinn gave birth to 6 healthy Welsh Terrier puppies(2 girls and 4 boys) please check our social media for updated pictures and videos
Additional Photos and videos of our Welsh Terriers will be posted on our Social Media pages and we will also send weekly videos and pics when you reserve a welsh terrier from our family.
It's hard to believe this guy still needs a home
Our Welsh Terrier puppies will be sent home with a sling logo bag, 5lb bag of dry food, travel water bowl, harness and leash (pink or blue), poo bags, toy, vet health guarantee, the puppy’s vaccine log will be attached, registration application, and a blanket with mom’s and sibling’s scent to comfort the puppy.
* New parent/parents have 72 hours to have their own vet check the puppy out to ensure it is in excellent condition.
This Puppy Lamb & Oatmeal Recipe features delicious, protein-rich deboned lamb. And because puppyhood is such an important stage, it features ingredients that support healthy growth and development. This Puppy Lamb & Oatmeal Recipe features delicious, protein-rich deboned lamb. And because puppyhood is such an important stage, it features ingredients that support healthy growth and development.
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Dogs and puppies are pack animals who are instinctively drawn to their mother and others in their pack.
Snuggle Puppy® recreates intimacy and physical warmth with a Real-Feel Heartbeat®. The result is a calmer, happier pet
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I only use Blue Buffalo products. Dry food is Puppy Lamb and Oatmeal, as I find this is easier on the pup and doesn’t cause itching as I have found with products containing chicken. I do add some canned food as a treat at times but not too much as it will cause loose stool. I DO NOT offer any of my dogs' bones or rawhide. I use Blue Buffalo Dental Bones, (check the weight requirements)
I also use Sizzlers, Bits, and health treats. I do recommend adding with caution as any new foods with babies, as it could cause stomach aches, loose stools, and possible allergies (sneezing, runny nose and eyes, and itchy skin and ears) Treats are used to re-enforce good behavior, answering to name.
Puppy introductions, especially if you already have an older family dog/cat, can be a little nerve-wracking. 1. Let your older pup get acquainted first by giving them something that belongs to your new puppy like a blanket or toy from their breeder. Let your current dog/cat sniff and get used to being in the presence of that new scent before setting a face-to-face introduction.
2. For a controlled introduction, using a barrier such as a gate, kennel, or playpen allows your animals to safely meet, sniff, and be around each other without physically interacting just yet. And you can use these tools each time they meet until they get their curiosity out of their system and are used to seeing each other. When the barrier finally comes down, keep a leash attached to each one of your animals, so you can easily guide them away from each other when needed. Don’t let them jump on each other just yet as one or the other may take this as a sign of aggression. ALL WAYS BE PRESENT AT ALL INTERACTIONS for the first few days-weeks. If either of your animals start to back away, in a corner or under a chair if the fur running down their spine start to raise, teeth-baring or growling start to occur, then animals need to take a break from on another and then rejoined later on.
One of the most important things is to have an appropriate place in the house that they can confine the puppy when they're not able to take the puppy outside for potty. A lot of people do crate training, which is fine. But I also like just a confinement strategy, like an exercise pen, that has a bed and some toys and food and water and a fresh patch of grass. This way the dog learns how to pee/poop on the right surface/material. Others have used pee pads and even newspaper. I have a bell hanging by the door every time we go outside, I take paw and ring bell before going out hopefully in no time puppy will ring bell to go outside.
Little puppies, especially eight week old puppies, need to go out about every hour. They certainly need to go out after they play, they need to go out after they eat, they need to go out after they take a nap. They need to go out quite a bit
Marley headed to North Carolina with her new family.
Our welsh terrier puppies are reserved quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend, need additional information, or to ask any questions.
Blue Ridge, Georgia 30513, United States