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Airedale Terrier

Airedale Terriers originated from eighteenth-century Yorkshire, England in the regions of Airedale and Wharfedale. They are believed to be the descendants of the Old English Black-and-Tan Terrier, the Broken-Coated Working Terrier and the Rough-Coated Black-and-Tan Terrier. The breed was originally developed to guard against vermin, such as mice and rats.
Genetic Diseases that can be tested for:

Factor VII Deficiency

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Please be aware that other genetic diseases or developmental abnormalities may still be present. A genetic test does not replace the need for ongoing clinical assessment by a veterinarian. Disease penetrance and clinical assessment of affected animals can only be performed by a qualified veterinarian.

Disease Statistics provided by breed club health committies and member bodies