Smart dogs quickly grasp information, literally on the fly. However, some representatives of the breed can be stubborn and independent. Will have to make efforts, to raise such a pet. You can not let the growing up of the Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz on its own there is a great risk of getting a naughty and echoing dog.
Characteristics Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz
- Country of origin: Spain
- The size: Small
- Growth: 35–43 cm
- The weight: 5-10 kg
- Age: 14–16 years
- MKF breed group: Not recognized
- Another name is the Andaluz Ratunero;
- Energetic and curious;
- Have developed hunting instincts.
Character Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz
In the XIX century, English businessmen, who settled in the Spanish city of Shares de-da-Fronter, used fox terriers to clean cellars with wine and vineyards from rats and mice. Later, the fox terrier was crossed with a local Andalusian terrier Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz. These two breeds are today considered the progenitors of the Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz.
Despite the fact that the age of the breed is a couple of hundred years, the Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz has not been officially recognized by the International Cytological Federation. The fact is that breeders took care of registering it only in the middle of the 20th century. In 2000, the Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz became the national breed of Spain.
In temperament, the Andalusian Pied Piper is a real terrier. Agile and energetic, he cannot sit still. If a dog suddenly becomes bored and this happens most often from the fact that she has nowhere to put her energy she will stop at nothing. The focus of her attention will be the legs of chairs and armchairs, slippers, and clothes of family members. So, if you are planning to purchase an Andalusian rat-catcher puppy, you should be prepared for exhausting training and training.
Interestingly, with children, representatives of the breed behave very affectionately and gently. Special relations are formed with schoolchildren. Those can take the dog for a walk, play with her and feed her. So the real friendship between the child and the dog is tied. Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz, as befits a terrier, does not like uninvited guests and is distrustful of strangers. Nice guards are obtained from them.
A well-developed hunting instinct makes the Andaluz Krysolov not the best neighbor for rodents and cats. Moreover, rats, mice, and hamsters are perceived by the dog exclusively as prey. Therefore, the owners of these animals need to carefully monitor that the terrier does not have the opportunity to get to the rodent.
The Pied Piper’s Short Coat Needs Minimal Grooming. It is enough to wipe the dog once a week with a towel or a damp hand to remove the fallen hair. During the molting period in autumn and spring, it is recommended to use a furminator brush.
Conditions of detention
A real fidget, the Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz needs active walks. With it, you can run in the morning or in the evenings in the park, ride a bike, or take it on hikes. In addition, a pet of this breed will show good results in sports.