Official Breed Standard
Taken from the Canandian Kennel Club Book of Dogs Centennial Editions, Second edition, 1988.
This link will bring you to the Canadian Kennel Club - Airedale History page where you can read about the early years of the breed. You can also read about Airedale service in the WW1 by clicking RED CROSS DOG.
Where to Buy
After researching different breeds you have decided on an Airedale Terrier. Whether you are looking for a family pet or a show quality dog your choice of a good breeder should be carefully considered. Serious caring breeders strive for excellence in maintaining the breed standard and in producing healthy puppies free of hereditary problems and with good temperament. With this information we are hoping to help you choose a good and dedicated breeder.
You will find a list of our members whom are dedicated in improving the breed and are producing healthy and good temperament Airedales. Some of our member's Web Sites have additional information of the breed and show the versatility of the Airedale.