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Microchip #

0268

Gender

Female

Birthdate

06/25/2022

Color

blk & tn

Arrival Date

08/30/2022

Guarantees

Lifetime

Training

Lifetime

Vaccines

Up to Date

De-wormings

Up to Date

Fecal Tested

Yes

Vet Checked

Yes

Health Certificate

Yes

Shipping

No

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Weight, Height, Colors, Temperament & Description

Silky Terrier Breed Information

8-15 lbs
8-10 inches
Blue/Tan, black/tan, silver/tan, gray/tan, silver, fawn, blue
Responsive, Alert, Inquisitive, Friendly, Quick, Joyful.

A true terrier, the Silky is listed in the toy group and was originally bred in Australia to kill vermin. The Silky is sweet and happy. Averaging between 8 - 10 inches tall at the shoulders (withers) and weighing between 8 - 15 pounds, this little guy is small enough to be litter box trained and versatile enough to live either the urban or suburban lifestyle.

A true terrier, the Silky is listed in the toy group and was originally bred in Australia to kill vermin. The Silky is sweet and happy. Averaging between 8 - 10 inches tall at the shoulders (withers) and weighing between 8 - 15 pounds, this little guy is small enough to be litter box trained and versatile enough to live either the urban or suburban lifestyle.

The Silky is tough, tenacious, sweet, affectionate, loving, and independent, all wrapped up into one little ball of fur. He makes a wonderful watchdog, always on duty and ever alert. The Silky is a wonderful pet, enjoying your lap and your bed, as well as games of fetch and walks through the neighborhood.

The coat of the Silky is soft, silky (no pun intended) and is easy to care for. It is considered minimal to non-shedding and hypo-allergenic, making him a good candidate for many allergy sufferers. Regular brushing and the occasional bath are all that is needed to keep his coat in good condition. Colors vary and include, blue/tan, silver/tan, black/tan, gray/tan. The tail is docked short. Average lifespan is 12 - 16 years.

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