21 Best Dog Breeds for Hot Climates
3. Airedale Terrier
The largest of the terriers, the Airedale Terriers are very smart dogs that get bored easily. They need extensive exercise and love to be engaged in challenging activities. Courageous and protective dogs, they are easy to train and enjoy pleasing their master.
If properly socialized from puppyhood, Airedale Terriers will get along great with kids – although they might play a bit too rough for young children. Although they are very obedient dogs, they are still avid hunters and should not be trusted with small animals.
Playful and responsive, they are good companions that like to run around, spend time in the water and engage in all kinds of dog-friendly activities. Airedale’s coats are easy to maintain in hot climates – strip their coat down in the summer and you dog will be able to endure very high temperatures and have fun in the sun.