|Identifying a Soft Coated
Wheaten Terrier or
|Purebred at 10 Weeks
|Purebred at 8 Weeks
|Purebred at 4 months
|Please note that with the exception of the 10 week picture
all these pictures, up to and including the 8 month pics,
are of the same dog - you can see the dramatic color
change especially between 4 and 8 months of age!
|Purebred at 8 months - in the unclipped, natural state you can see why they are often
mislabeled as Old English Sheepdog and Bearded Collie mixes!
|Purebred adult Wheaten in show coat -
this is what people generally think a
Wheaten looks like - dramatically
different then the Wheatens that come
into shelters and rescue!!
|Purebred adult Wheaten in natural
coat - this coat has never been
Wheatens that were
rescued by our group -
both 7 years of age -
female with longer
coat on left - male with
shorter coat on right.
|The following are pictures of Wheatables we have either rescued or pictures of
Wheatables that have been sent to us by shelters and other rescues - hopefully these will
help you in identifying Wheatables you may come across.
|12 week purebred on left -
appr. 6 month Wheatable on