Originally from the Czech and Slovak republic, the Czech terrier was bred in 1940 by renowned local dog breeder and geneticist Dr. Halak, who had already created the famous Scottish Terrier. The Czech Terrier was the result of a cross between the two in 1949. Czech terriers live in the wild, are good hunters, and their petite size makes them ideal for hunting in caves. Quick movement and long endurance. Easy to keep, very patient, gentle, lovely and friendly, especially for young children, an excellent watchdog and companion dog, with a beautiful silky coat, it is now very popular in the United States and is very popular among The American people.
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