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are Kerry Blue Terrier's good dogs with other dogs?
cause I am maybe getting one
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Kerry Blue Terriers are great dogs, but they are not for everybody
Here is information on the breed that will help you decide whether or not this breed is right for you.
- fishmomLv 61 decade ago
Here's the link for the United States Kerry Blue Terrier Club:
They'll have lots of information, and you can directly contact a breeder who can tell you all about them.
Please do not purchase your puppy from a pet store and do not purchase one from a puppy mill. Here's a link on how to avoid a puppymill:
If these people are meeting you halfway, asking for cash, they are a puppymill. If they are not asking you all kinds of questions about you and whether you are good enough for one of their puppies, they are a puppymill. If they have lots of different breeds and/or ads in the paper every weekend, they're a puppymill.
Please do your homework before getting a dog. Here's a good link from the AKC on how to make sure you get a good puppy:
Good luck. Once you get your puppy, contact a trainer from the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and get into a socialization class right away!Source(s): am a professional trainer and member of the APDT
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Well, it pretty much depends. I don't really know the breed, so I can't tell you their general personality. However, it also depends on training. If you're getting a puppy, train it by putting it around dogs every day, or at least once a week. Then, it should become nice near dogs.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Any dog can be good with other dogs. It all depends on breeding and training.
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- renee kLv 51 decade ago
typically they're not, do some research before you get ANY dogSource(s): kerry blue rescue.org
- Claire BearLv 41 decade ago
well its a terrier so it will need more solization, but it depends on how much you socilize it when its younger