Cairn Terrier For Sale – Why You Should Consider Adopting a Cairn Terrier
There are numerous benefits to adopting a Cairn Terrier from a Cairn Terrier rescue organization. These organizations provide shelter and care for a variety of breeds, including purebred Cairns, mixed breeds, Norwich and Miniature Schnauzers, and homeless dogs. In addition to finding suitable adoptive homes, the organizations also educate people about responsible Terrier care.
A Cairn Terrier is a small rough-coated dog, stands about ten to twelve inches at the shoulder, and weighs 15-16 pounds. These dogs are intelligent, energetic, and loyal, but need lots of exercises to remain healthy. Cairn Terriers need an active, family environment with plenty of time for daily exercise. A Cairn Terrier is also extremely territorial.
Most Cairns are spayed or neutered when they arrive in Canada, but if they were not fixed at the time of rescue, it will be evident from the bio.
If your Cairn hasn’t been fixed, make sure to request a copy of its certificate from the rescue organization. In addition to this, it’s important to note that Loved, at Last, will not pay for a dog’s spay or neuter if you don’t agree to it.
Considering a Cairn Terrier adoption, you’ll also save money over buying one from a breeder. A Cairn Terrier adoption from a rescue organization will cost you $300, which is significantly less than the seven-figure price of a Cairn Terrier from a breeder. A Cairn Terrier breeder is also very expensive, with a typical price of $700-$1,000.