Cesky Terrier or Bohemian Terrier
Good with Kids:
The Cesky Terrier or Bohemian Terrier is a lovable terrier that can get on well with dogs, household pets and children. It is a very intelligent dog and is very cautious with strangers.
Country of origin:
Czech Republic or Slovakia
Small dog breed
The Cesky is a good-humoured dog which is affectionate, very adaptable, stalwart and hardy, sportive but also calm, and it is intelligent and sociable
Terrier dog breeds (AKC)
This sociable dog gets on well with its own kind and with other household animals. In addition, it is always loving with children. They can be somewhat cautious with strangers.
The coat consist of thick shiny hair. The most usual colour is blue-grey in different shade variations; light coffee brown is rarer. Both colours are permitted, with and without white markings. The Cesky does not moult.
The Cesky should be trimmed regularly, leaving the hair long on the stomach, and legs, and also around the face (moustache, beard and eye brows). If the dog is a pet, it will need to be trimmed about four times a year. The longer hairs need to be brushed or combed twice a week or more, depending upon the condition of the coat to prevent tangles. Lip the excess hair between the pads of the feet and remove loose hairs in the ear passages.
The training of this breed is not very demanding. It is important to let the puppy meet with various people and different animals in positive circumstances and to experience a variety of situations to enable it to grow up to be an equable adult.