Airedale Terrier Club of Scotland
Airedale Terrier Club of Scotland


Hugo is a nine year old, neutered Airedale dog who is fully vaccinated and through no fault of his own, he urgently needs a new home.  He does not tolerate other dogs well although he has happily lived with other dogs at home and visitors coming into his house. But he is not good when meeting other dogs out on a walk.  As a result he needs to be walked on a lead in public places. 


He is great with children over six, but has no experience with children younger than that. He is a lot of fun and is utterly perfect and loving in the house. His owner’s work circumstances have changed and he is going to be left on his own for long periods, hence the need for a new home with experienced Airedale  owners. 


If you feel you could offer Hugo a new home, pease email : asap




The purpose of the Airedale Terrier Club of Scotland is to promote the health, welfare and knowledge of the breed in Scotland.  We have been in existence since before the second world war and we currently have around a hundred members.  We have a mixture of breeders, pet owners and serious show owners amongst our membership.  We can offer advice about all things to do with Airedales, buying puppies, training, behavioural or health problems, grooming, showing, etc. etc. etc.

We hold shows and social events, such as picnics, walks, barbecues and Christmas and Easter parties, so that the dogs and owners can get together.  See the pictures and events page for more details.

A membership form is available on the website.  If you want to join, just download and print the form, fill it in, and send it off with the correct payment to the Club's Assistant Secretary as detailed on the form.


Airedale Terrier Club of Scotland