Tenterfield Terrier Club of Western Australia

Tenterfield Terrier Club of Western Australia

Tenterfield Terrier Club of Western AustraliaTenterfield Terrier Club of Western AustraliaTenterfield Terrier Club of Western Australia

For lovers of dogs with a lot of talent in a little package.

Welcome

 

Tenterfield  Terriers are the ideal house dog, they love being with the family, need little room indoors and can adapt to a small yard, as long as they  receive sufficient exercise. A little mate with a heart as big as Australia, a dog for people aged from 1 to 100.  They are a dog the whole family can share and enjoy.  They are hardy, outgoing, loyal and  bold.  Tenterfield Terriers can fit in with a houseful of noisy kids, go everywhere with the family, and fit on the back seat of the car with the children, and will not take over the whole seat.


Tenterfield  Terriers are versatile dogs and have shown their ability to be champions at obedience, agility, tracking, conformation showing and flyball.  There are also Tenterfield Terrier assistance dogs.  


After many years of hard work and campaigning by dedicated members throughout Australia the Tenterfield Terrier became the name of the previously known "Mini Foxie" in 1992.  As at 1st January 2002 the Tenterfield Terrier received recognition as Australia's newest breed by the Australian National Kennel Council and as from 1st June 2002 these wonderful little dogs were able to enter official conformation and agility rings for the first time. 

Our next event

NEXT DATES CANCELLED FOR THE TIME BEING - Our Open Show at DogsWest grounds on Sunday 3 May at 9 am.   Cnr Randford and Wharton Roads, Southern River.  Come see how a dog show runs.  FOLLOWED BY - Sunday 17 May from 10-1:30 at Garvey Park, Ascot.  Fun day with free sausage sizzle and drinks.

Looking for a Tenterfield Furever Friend?

 

 

  • PUPS  - The breeders mentioned on this website are registered with DogsWest and strive to  breed dogs that have conformation that is true to the Tenterfield Terrier standard, as well as dogs with good natures and minimum health problems.


  • RE-HOMING  - On  occasions a Tenterfield Terrier needs to find a new home, so contact the Club Secretary if you are looking to re-home a dog or hope to offer a new home. 

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Members Information

Tenterfield Characteristics

Tenterfield Characteristics

Become a member and join us on our fun days to try our equipment, share your stories and talk about Tenterfield Terriers.  

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Tenterfield Characteristics

Tenterfield Characteristics

Tenterfield Characteristics

Learn more about the traits and history of our dogs, as well as the breed standard.

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Photo Gallery

Tenterfield Characteristics

Photo Gallery

Enjoy viewing the versatility of our dogs.