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A Little History On The Cesky Terrier

As you’re probably aware by now, I love the Cesky Terrier. To me, it simply is a beautiful little dog breed. With its muscular long body and tiny little legs, I find it adorable. I love the grooming most owners pot on it with its nice and long growing coat. It makes for a cool look of fur covering up those stubby little legs and a sweet looking stache and beard.

Today I did a little research on the history of the Cesky and found out some pretty cool stuff. From what I’ve read in several locations is that this dog was breed between a Sealyham Terrier and a Scottish Terrier. The breeder was a man by the name of František Horák from Czechoslovakia.

According to some of the stuff I have read from Wikipedia and a bunch of other sources, the dog was bred to help with hunting out in the forests of Bohemia Germany. As far as I could tell, people really seemed to like his new breed of dog and he started to get a lot of mail to inquire about the dog.  Czechoslovakia being a communist country was not happy with this since all the mail caught there attention. Crazy stuff!!

Horák worked in some type of scientific field, to me it seemed to be part of a genetic field of sorts. From what I’ve read, it also helped him tremendously with his work as he worked on breeding other animals too like horses. Being in the scientific field, obviously, he was very good at documenting his work in breeding so the Cesky Terrier has been recognized as a legit breed a lot sooner than other breeds. Most breeds having records going back hundreds of years to be recognized. The Cesky Terrier has been recognized as a legit breed in just about 40 years.

I found a few pictures I found of the guy that created my favorite breed of dog. Good old fashioned black and white pictures show you just how far back this little guy has come from.

From what I’ve also read, it looks like the breed was imported the the good-ol-US of A back in the 1980s by a few lovers of the dog. I’m sure if I was around at that time I would’ve joined them!

Well, anyways, the breed today is well recognized by pretty much all major kennel clubs.

Pretty crazy to learn a little history of a particular breed of dog. It really makes you appreciate the breed even more and you learn about the gentleman that put all the efforts that he did to design this breed.

Thank you sir for breeding the perfect dog for me!…

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Cesky Terrier – Love At First Sight

Yes sir,

It was love at first site after seeing the Canadian Cesky Terrier for the first time.

I currently own a couple of little pooches that I got running around the house. I got a tiny 5 lb Poodle named Agon (my son named him okay!) and a 5 lb Maltese named Dubby (Again, my 8 year old son at the time named him) and we love the little guys to death.

They are both two little piles of endless energy and need constant activities and exercise. Our poodle love to play fetch and won’t stop wants he starts, and our maltese will just run back and forth and watch since he can’t really grasp the concept of grabbing the ball then bringing it back. God bless his little heart but he simply isn’t as bright as our little poodle, but he does make up for it with his undying affection for us!

So our little guys, we now have owned for about 9 years, are starting to slow down a bit. They aren’t the endless little balls of energy they once were (hey, age catches up to us all!) so we’ve thought about maybe getting another dog to join our pack.

Sitting on the couch watching TV one day I was watching a dog show competition when I noticed a breed of dog that I’d never really seen before. It was a Canadian Cesky Terrier! It was the most adorable thing I had ever seen!

I saw him strutting around with his tiny little legs covered in that cool trim they gave him. Almost looked like it was a tiny push broom being strolled around. His little facial hair cut they gave him was just about the coolest thing I’d ever seen and it made him look so elegent and sophistcated!

The moment I saw him on TV is the moment I knew I wanted one to join our family!

I went online to do some research on this breed and found some out some cool things about its nature.

First off, the Cesky Terrier is small, at about 15 lb to 20 lb which would be just fine around our other dogs. His energy and exercise requirements aren’t even high at all! Unlike other terriers, he is a lot more calm and laid back, which was perfect since our other dog’s energy and exercise requirements had gone down in the last few years. Another awesome fact I figured out was that they are a very social dog and need to be around other people or dogs all the time. Again, perfect for my family! There are five of us at the house plus the additional dogs. This would work out great for for his breed!

So went off to see how we can go about in getting one. I won’t go into all the details  on how we ended up getting one cuz that’s a long story on itself, but we were able to get a little guy for our family!

We were all so happy to have a new member to our pack and even though Agon, our little poodle doesn’t really like other dogs all that much except for his loyal buddy Dubby the maltese, he slowly got around to liking the little guy we all decided to call Bruiser.

More things will be told about our new little guys and more about this cool little breed of dog.…

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