The Airedale Terrier is a dog breed from Yorkshire which is located in United Kingdom where it appears to have been used since the mid-19th century. Probably derived from the crossing between the Otterhound and the Old English Black, with a Bull Terrier intake, it used in particular for the hunting of otters and rats. His very developed flair, determination and vivacity quickly gave him the nickname “King of the Terriers”.
The Airedale has a medium-sized dog with longer legs than other burrows, but does not appear to be disproportionate. Muscular and lively, he gives a clear impression of determination through his look and attitude. Its hair is dense and not too long but its color is black or gray at the mantle, fire on the rest of the body, with darker shades. His head is elongated, well-proportioned and wrinkle-free. His eyes are relatively small, dark in color, displaying vivacity and intelligence