The Australian Terrier can reach an impressive agAustralian_Terrier_Anita_Te_Grotenhuis_Rougoor_Fokker_Ulft_Gezondheide if everything goes well. 13 to 15 years is no exception.

Although the Australian Terrier can generally be called a healthy breed, there are certain race-related hereditary defects that can occur within the Australian terrier population.

Some of these defects include, but are not limited to:
*Patellar Luxation – a kneecap that is looser than normal and can dislodge at times. (It can be recognized by that typical gait: a few steps normal and then suddenly a little bump with a hind leg.)
**Atopy, an allergy to certain substances or food occasionally also occurs.
***Diabetes. Australian terriers can become susceptible to diabetes in their old age, which makes quality food very important throughout their lifetime.

Our dogs are been tested of :
Patella Luxatie
ECVO eye test
Dilution gen
Degeneratieve Myelopathie