The SOFT-COATED WHEATEN TERRIER HEALTH HANDBOOK
This is a comprehensive Handbook which provides not only specific information about hereditary diseases that affect the
breed, but also other useful facts and general health issues about owning a dog.
With the exception of the pANCA and other Research Projects, the content largely reflects the pages contained in this web site.
If you would like to download the complete Handbook, or select individual pages, click here:
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This publication last updated August 2017.
Contains very useful items to carry in your car, or on holiday when your Wheaten goes with you.
Pack Contents & Useful Tips Card
What a First Aid Kit should contain, including basic First Aid Card
'Who to contact' Card
Pet First Aid Booklet
Wheaten Rescue Brochure
Large Spring Link should your dog need to be quickly fastened to something
Pen & Notebook
IDENTIFYING A SOFT-COATED WHEATEN TERRIER
Identifying a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier (SCWT) from other breeds, especially one that is a stray, can be difficult.
The lack of grooming, or improper grooming, combined with varied coat textures and colour can totally obscure the typical Wheaten image.
The leaflet available on the Wheaten Rescue page shows the condition that some can get in.
It is hoped that this will help identify Wheatens that are in need of rescue.
go to the Wheaten Rescue page for more information and download a leaflet in pdf.