And even more (Dog) Breeds!
The Dandie Dinmont Terrier originates on the border of Scotland and England and was originally used to hunt otters and badgers. Their coat is a mixture of soft and hard hair of medium length coming in pepper (all shades of grey and silver) or mustard (all shades of brown and fawn). The puppies are much darker than adults.
The Dandie Dinmont first appeared as a distinct terrier in the 18th century. They are dignified, but not so dignified they don't enjoy play and are also affectionate. They need a moderate walk or play session daily and some dig. Their coat needs combing twice a week.
Health concerns include intervertebral disk disease and glaucoma.
Fox Terriers come in Smooth and Wire coats and originate in England. They were used for vermin hunting and fox bolting. White should predominate (brindle, red or liver markings are objectionable).
Both Smooth and Wire coat Fox Terriers live to play, love to run and hunt and chase and are feisty. They may be scrappy with other dogs and may dig and bark. They need a vigorous game or walk every day and brushing to remove hair in smooth coats (who shed more than Wires) and coat combing two to three times weekly plus shaping every three months for the Wires.
Health concerns include lens luxation, cataracts, and Legg-Perthes (spontaneous degeneration of the head on the femur bone).
The Glen of Imaal Terrier comes from Ireland and was used as a farm dog, turnspit dog and vermin hunter. They have harsh, medium length coats in wheaton, blue or brindle.
These are inquisitive and courageous dogs, less excitable than most terriers, but nonetheless active. They are good natured, but some can be dog-aggressive. They need moderate exercise but also a good game every day. They are not good swimmers. Their coat needs weekly brushing and stripping a few times a year.
Health concerns include PRA and hip dysplasia.
Kuri K9 Massage will be vending at Party 4 Paws in August!
Plus...you'll be able to purchase copies of my picture books, Beverlee Beaz the Brown Burmese (all proceeds go to the Annex Cat Rescue) and Tamara Turtle's Life So Far (proceeds go to Little RES Q)
More about Party 4 Paws:
Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 12 PM – 6 PM
Trinity Bellwoods Park
Party 4 Paws is a family-friendly, fully accessible event where everyone can meet animal rescue heroes and pets looking for their forever homes, learn responsible pet ownership, and support a great cause. Admission is free, and all donations go towards helping animals in need.
There will also be other activities and attractions including face painting, a photo booth, treats for pets, and displays of pet supplies, services, and goodies from an array of new and established businesses.
Rain date: Sunday, August 4.
Rescues that will be in attendance:
Moosonee Puppy Rescue
Pugalug Pug Rescue
Canine Haven Rescue
Little RES Q
Great Canadian Hamsters: Rescue & Sanctuary
Safehome Animal Rescue
Helpaws - Help Animal Welfare in Saint Lucia
A Dog's Dream Rescue
Adopt a dog/save a life
Ninth Life Cat Rescue of Ontario
Save Our Scruff
Free Korean Dogs
Fetch & Releash
Toronto Cat Rescue
COMING IN SEPTEMBER...
Regan is a certified Canine Massage Therapist (CCMT), has certification in First Aid and CPR for Pets, and some beginner training in Herbal Remedies and Aromatherapy for personal use.