In 1948, Czech breeder František Horák (1909-1997) developed the Cesky Terrier by crossing a Sealyham Terrier and a Scottish Terrier to create a terrier suitable for hunting in the forests of Bohemia.
The Cesky Terrier is one of the six rarest dog breeds in the world.
Weight: 14–24 lb (6.3–10.9 kg)
Height: 10-13 in (25.4–33 cm)
Coat: Long, fine, firm with slight texture, slightly wavy with a silky gloss.
Color: Gray with color furnishings such as cream, silver, tan, white or yellow.
Life span: 12–15 years
Temperament: Calm, Clever, Adventurous, Family-Oriented.
Health: Susceptible to Scotty Cramp. Some hip dysplasia, patella luxation, cardiac problems, PLL (primary lens luxation), cataracts, thyroid issues, degenerative myelopathy, and Von Willebrands type 3.
• Also known as the Bohemian Terrier.
• Recognized by the AKC in 2011.
AKC: Terrier Group
ANKC: Group 2 (Terriers)
CKC: Group 4 – Terriers
KC (UK): Terrier
FCI: Group 3 Terriers, Section 2 Small #246