Wire Fox Terrier
Males – should not exceed 15.5 inches at the withers, Females – should not exceed 14.5 inches at the withers
Males – should not exceed 19 pounds, Females – should not exceed 17 pounds
White with colored markings
Developed in the British Isles in the 17th century, the Wire Fox Terrier was used to chase small game from their dens. Small and sturdy with a playful, friendly nature, the breed makes a wonderful companion. Bold, driven and determined, the Wire Fox is highly trainable and excels as a watch dog. His short coat sheds little and is easy to maintain.
Did you know?
Smooth and Wire Fox Terriers were considered the same breed for many years, with interbreeding ceasing in the early 1900s.
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