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The Australian Terrier Club of America

Dedicated to the Advancement of Quality, Purebred Australian Terriers

AKC Parent Club Member 1977
Founded 1958

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WELCOME TO THE AUSTRALIAN TERRIER CLUB OF AMERICA

Welcome to the Australian Terrier Club of America’s website. 

Welcome to the Australian Terrier Club of America’s new website.  On this website you can find all types of information about our beloved breed, the Australian Terrier (also called Aussies).  The topics shown on the main menu (on the royal blue bar) have dropdown menus and some sub-menu topics.  Feel free to browse the website and check out any items that interest you.  Any questions or concerns may be addressed to the ATCA webmaster at: atcawebmaster23@gmail.com

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THE AUSTRALIAN TERRIER

A Preservation Breed

The Australian Terrier is a small, sturdy, medium-boned working terrier standing about 10-11 inches in height at the withers. The body is rather long in proportion to height, with a long slightly arched neckline. Its head should be long and strong, with pricked ears, and dark, black-rimmed eyes. The coat is harsh and straight, about 2 inches in length all over its body, with a distinctive ruff and apron, and a soft, silky topknot. The tail can be undocked or docked, (leaving slightly less than one half, and should be held erect.) Aussies come in three colors... Blue & Tan, Solid Sandy, and Solid Red.

OWN an Australian Terrier
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**Disclaimer**  The Australian Terrier Club of America does not recommend, guarantee, endorse, nor rate breeders, their kennels, or their stock.

**DISCLAIMER**  Any information contained on this website relating to any medical, health, and fitness conditions of Australian Terriers and their treatment is for informational purposes only.  It is not meant to be a substitute for the advice from your own veterinarian.  The information shown on this website should not be used for diagnosing your Aussie’s health.  You should always consult your own veterinarian.

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