Airedale terriers are socially active. They are happy to receive guests if they do not feel threats from them, communicate, play, and make contact. In case of conflicts, the airedale will give a long warning. These dogs rarely attack first, unless the situation directly threatens the life, health, or property of the family.
Despite their emotionality, Airedale is not alarmists and does not bark in vain. If the dog started barking, then something really excited him.
These dogs are friendly, playful, adore outdoor activities and sports. The Airedale will be an excellent partner in playing and walking for children, but before leaving the exterior of small children with a dog alone, it is important to study the dog well. The Airedale Terrier is not prone to aggression without reason, however, the tendency to dominate can do a disservice if the dog misunderstands the baby’s actions. The emotions of this breed of dogs are easily read by the expression of the eyes, the position of the ears and sudden outbursts of irritation are not typical for it, so the negative can be predicted in the vast majority of cases.