Breed: Australian Terrier x
Age: 3 years
Her Motto in Life: Lick whatever or whoever you can!
Describe Freya’s breed paw-sonality? What makes her so special?
Freya is happy and affectionate and she loves to give kisses.
Is this the first time you’ve had an Australian Terrier x or do you have a longer history with the breed?
I have owned mixed-breed terriers since I was a child.
What’s life like with an Australian Terrier x?
Freya is lively and energetic, we are on the go and it can be very noisy.
What was different from your expectations of an Australian Terrier x once you had Freya?
Freya loves to chase a lure, which is something I haven’t tried with my previous dogs.
Is Freya like most other Australian Terrier x or does she have some unique traits?
We always joke how much Freya resembles a fox, her colouring but also her tendencies. She will jump/dig on the bed like a fox does.
What do you love most about being a pet parent to an Australian Terrier x?
The unconditional love Freya always gives, she can brighten your day with just a cuddle.
What’s not so paw-fect about an Australian Terrier x?
Terriers love to bark.
What things should others be aware of before getting an Australian Terrier x?
Terriers have a voice and they love to use it, so if you don’t want a dog that barks a lot, don’t get a terrier.
What’s your first memory of Freya and how did you feel?
I fostered Freya with her mother and 3 siblings. I first met them at 3 weeks of age. I fell in love with Freya at first sight and we had an instant connection.
Are there any events, communities or groups that are especially wonderful for an Australian Terrier x?
KCC Park offers a lure class which is great for terrier breeds.
Kerry is 'Top Dog' here at Puppy Tales. With her own adored dogs, she completely gets that your four legged furry buddy is absolutely part of the family. That they sleep on the bed, that you want to take them everywhere, that you plan holidays so they’re included & that their presence makes your life incredible.