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Taco Terrier Breed Information

Taco Terrier

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Caring for a Taco Terrier

Feeding: The Taco Terrier can be fed two meals per day.

Living with a Taco Terrier

Shedding: The Taco Terrier is a medium to low shedding dog.

Grooming: The coat of the Taco Terrier requires very little groomong. It should be brushed occasionally.

Training: With positive reinforcement, the Taco Terrier is a very trainable dog.

Behavior: The Taco Terrier is a very well-behaved dog.

Barking: The Taco Terrier is not a huge barker. They do tend to bark around strangers that they see as a threat.

Weather: The Taco Terrier likes warm weather.

Exercise: The Taco Terrier should be taken on walks and they love to hike.

Taco Terrier Appearance

Size: A fully grown Taco Terrier weighs between 7 to 10 pounds.

Companionship: The Taco Terrier loves people and loves to cuddle.

Eyes: The eyes of the Taco Terrier are hazel or brown in color.

Ears: The Taco Terrier has arge and pointed ears.

Muzzle: The muzzle of the Taco Terrier is long and pointed.

Body: The body of the Taco Terrier is very muscular.

Forequarters: The Taco Terrier has very muscular front limbs.

Color: The coat of the Taco Terrier can be tan, brown and white with the Fox Terrier markings.

Coat: The Taco Terrier has a very shor coat with no undercoat.

Taco Terrier Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Taco Terrier is 12 to 15 years.

Characteristics: The Taco Terrier loves blankets.


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