Menu
Status
Available
Age
11 Weeks
Birth Date
09-11-2022
Color
Wheaten
Reference ID
25708

Available upon request. Please fill out the form below for more information.

"*" indicates required fields

Available upon request. Please fill out the form below for more information.

"*" indicates required fields

Male

Call (702) 949-7387

Want more information on this Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier? Please fill out our Pet Inquiry form below.

"*" indicates required fields

Name*
Puppy Information and Coupons

The

The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is a furry, adorable pure terrier breed that is loved by people all over the world. The versatility and adaptability of the breed make it the perfect dog. Discover more about our Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies for sale below!

The Soft Coated Wheaten was used in Ireland as a farm dog for guarding farm animals, hunting vermin and herding for over two centuries. During this period, their tails were sometimes docked to avoid paying taxes. Although the breed was in existence for a long period, it was not recognized by the Irish Kennel Club as a breed until 1937. In 1973, the breed was also recognized by the AKC (American Kennel Club). Recently their gene pools have been improved and expanded with the recent importation of the style dogs.

Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are an active, playful breed of dogs. They are confident and happy. Training one will require consistency and patience as they are quite strong-willed. They are very friendly but make good watchdogs because of their observant nature. They are said to be the most active in the terrier group. Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are exuberant greeters. They jump high to kiss the face of their owners. They also love children and can live with other animals if socialized with them from an early age. In general, they are affectionate, protective and friendly dogs.

The Soft Coat Wheaten Terrier has the ability to adapt to different home environments. They can be live in a home with a yard or in an apartment either in the country or the city. So long as they are taken outdoors frequently to exercise, they will adapt easily. It is important though, that they are kept indoors. Soft Coat Wheaten Terriers thrive when surrounded by people hence should not be kept outdoors by themselves. They also are hunters and are prone to chasing after small animals so it’s best to keep them on a leash or in a fenced yard when they are outdoors.

The Soft Coat Wheaten requires a moderate amount of exercise. 30 minutes of daily exercise is enough to keep it fit. Exercise can include 10 to 15-minute walks, doggy sports, fetch and obedience training. Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are strong-minded dogs and consistent obedience training will be good for them. When it’s hot outside, keep an eye on them during exercise time because they don’t do well in the heat.

The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier requires only moderate grooming – based on your preferences. If you want your dog looking classy and elegant, you can groom it daily. If you don’t mind the scruffier look you can groom it twice a week. Bathe it only when necessary, brush it twice a week and trim hair occasionally. It is also important to brush your dog’s teeth twice a week and trim its nails once a month. Introduce your Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier to trimming from puppyhood so it can get used to it when it matures.

Our Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.

The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.

Adopted Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier's

Related Articles

View All Articles

  • What are Roundworms in Dogs?

    What are Roundworms in Dogs?

    Roundworms are a parasite that can commonly affect house pets such as dogs and cats. There are two primary species of roundworms. The first is Toxocara Canis. This type of paras...

    Read More

  • Black Widows and Dogs

    Black Widows and Dogs

    We often associate our fur-legged friends being bit by ticks and fleas. These pesky creatures are known for their persistency and potential health risks. Ticks and fleas are par...

    Read More

  • Best Apartment Dog Breeds

    Best Apartment Dog Breeds

    Small living quarters does not mean having a dog is off limits. Generally speaking, larger dog breeds such as a German Shepherd or Husky do better with more spacious living area...

    Read More

  • Bacterial Infections in Dogs – What Is It, How Are They Caused, And How to Treat It?

    Bacterial Infections in Dogs – What Is It, How Are They Caused, And How to Treat It?

    If your dog has recently been diagnosed with a bacterial infection making sure he receives the proper care is crucial. There are many different types of bacterial infections, an...

    Read More

  • Foods That You Should Avoid Giving to Your Dog at All Times

    Foods That You Should Avoid Giving to Your Dog at All Times

    We love spoiling our pups and throwing them a small treat here and there but some foods should never be shared with your pup. The reason being is that dogs and humans metabolize...

    Read More

  • The Many Public Safety Jobs of Our Fur-Legged Friends

    The Many Public Safety Jobs of Our Fur-Legged Friends

    When we think of a working dog, we may envision a dog in the 1800s pulling a cart or herding sheep. Images of a Dalmatian sitting in the back of a firetruck may also cross our m...

    Read More

  • Benefits of Doggy Daycare

    Benefits of Doggy Daycare

    Our pups’ desire for mental stimulation is just as strong as it is for physical stimulation. For many dog owners, our 9:00 — 5:00 job prevents us from spending forty...

    Read More

  • What Is a Dog Allergy?

    What Is a Dog Allergy?

    Dogs with an allergy have an immune system that overreacts and produces antibodies to substances that it would normally tolerate. This over-response is known as an allergic or h...

    Read More

  • Preparing Your Dogs for the 4th of July

    Preparing Your Dogs for the 4th of July

    Fireworks like the 4th of July! The 4th of July can be a pretty busy holiday and if you would be hosting, then you would need to prepare ahead for your pets. Here are some tips ...

    Read More

  • Summer Night Activities for You and Your Furry Best Friend

    Summer Night Activities for You and Your Furry Best Friend

    Summer nights are warm and beautiful and are a perfect time for some outdoor activity. Rather than spending some alone time, how about some excellent bonding time with your pet?...

    Read More

  • Petland Supports Our K9 Units

    Petland Supports Our K9 Units

    The K-9 unit in the police department is one of the most essential units thanks mainly to their enhanced sense of sight, smell, and sound.  For instance, dogs have about 45...

    Read More

  • Is Your Pup Going On Vacation With You?

    Is Your Pup Going On Vacation With You?

    You’re going on vacation and bringing your pup along? Amazing! Going to vacation destinations with your pet is no doubt one of the most incredible experiences that you cou...

    Read More

Help Need Help? Back to Top