Airedale Terrier. Postcard about 1970.
British Dog Breed. The “Airedale Terrier” is a robust, very muscular dog with a hard, dense and wiry hair and much undercoat. „Waterside-“ or „Working-Terrier“. The farmers, hunters, miners and factory workers used these dogs for hunting, especially the popular Otter hunting, herding, guard services and even for dog fighting. Despite his rough and shaggy appearance in the early years of breeding, he served the end of the 19th century, the ladies in London as a preferred companion dog.