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Airedale

a large rough-haired tan-coloured breed of terrier characterized by a black saddle-shaped patch covering most of the back
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Though the magazine has run articles on hunting Airedales in the past, this is the first time an Airedale has been on the cover.
She added: "The dogs trained on beaches in Angus and many local people joined in and would lie in the sand dunes to be located by the Airedales.
Memorial contributions may be made to the New England Airedale Rescue (NEAR), c/o Barbara Curtiss, 3 Carter Road, Cornwall Bridge, CT 06754.
But the Airedales haven't been their dominating selves since legendary coach Frank Vines retired.
and then he told me how Northwest Farm Terriers were replacing Airedales in this area with regards to cougar and bear control.
We own two Airedales and were pleased to read Chris Dorsey's Gun Dogs column in the April 1999 issue, "The return of the Airedale.
guard dogs were "Alsatians, Airedales, and Doberman
Stephanie and husband Mark, from Spalding, Lincs, have bred and shown Airedales for 26 years.
Thanks to the efforts of a number of Airedale folks, there are now several Airedales that have earned the designation of "master" as a hunter of waterfowl, upland birds and fur--and their fur hunting capabilities range all the way from rabbits and raccoons to coyotes, bear and pumas.
Oh, a few diehards bred, raised and used their Airedales as hunters, but they were few and far between, even in the Airedale community.
Two Airedales recently became the first in their breed's history to achieve AKC hunt test titles.
Several weeks later, I was in our basement sorting fishing tackle when my Airedale came down to visit me, or so I thought.