What is the difference between male and female wheaten terriers?
The temperament of the male wheaten terrier compared to the female wheaten terrier.
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
My friend has had both male and female and the dogs are very different from one another, i don't know if its just their personalities or its because one was male and her current wheaten is female. The male was much more calm. She said even when he was a puppy he was never interested in playing with toys and her female loves them and is very active. Her female was also more difficult to train, she would chew anything and everything where i don't think her male was as difficult to train. Both dogs are very friendly thought they are a great breed!!!
- 3 years ago
Very exciting ; The amber beads would have been a prestige image the sharp nails is everyone's wager.( crimson herring ?) inspite of the undeniable fact that ; There are confident anatomical adjustments, between a male and woman skeleton. there is not any room for guesswork there that's an exceedingly sensible handbook in forensic technological wisdom the distinction is maximum great interior the Pelvic girdle Which differs markedly , between adult males and woman. In a guy, the pelvis is extra vast and the iliac crests are closer at the same time. In a woman, the pelvis is extra gentle and the iliac crests are farther aside. those adjustments, mirror the girl's place in being pregnant and transport of babies. whilst a baby is born, it would bypass by its mom's pelvis. If the outlet is only too small, a cesarean section may well be needed. >^,,^<
- Kit_katLv 77 years ago
the only difference is the sex other than that each has there own temperment some males are better
and yet females can be
it depends on the dog itself on hte temperment as well as the training and socializing
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- OcimomLv 77 years ago
Not much if you spay/neuter. Females are smaller then males in most cases.