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Wire Fox Terrier

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wire fox terrier
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Scrappy, plucky and energetic, the Wire Fox Terrier is a wonderful, sturdy pet for an active family. He is friendly and alert and enjoys spending time with his people. Gregarious, intelligent and daring, the Wire Fox Terrier brings joy and vitality to his home.

Welsh Terrier

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welsh terrier

Welsh Terriers are easygoing and they like lots of exercise. They're fast chasers - keep them on a leash or in a fenced-in yard whenever they're outside. These charming little dogs usually get along well with other pets and considerate children.

Welsh Terriers are part of the Terrier group. In general, terriers have a very distinctive personality that's unlike any other breed. They're feisty and energetic. Originally bred to hunt and kill vermin, terriers love the chase - don't let your terrier off its leash unless it's in an enclosed area.

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The Welsh Terrier's compact, sturdy exterior hides a genuinely affable dog who relishes time spent with his nearest and dearest. Curious and fairly calm, his standard describes him as showing self-control, and this is evident in his demeanor. However, the Welsh Terrier is still all terrier and does have a terrier's natural drive and protectiveness. For this reason, he makes a great watchdog - and a dog for whom socialization from puppyhood is necessary so that he can feel confident, not threatened, by different kinds of people, places and things.

West Highland White Terrier

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west highland white terrier
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The West Highland White Terrier is hardy, devoted, and happy-go-lucky, exhibiting typical terrier tendencies - sturdiness, a no-nonsense attitude, loyalty, tenacity and independence. But this dog is not as volatile as some of the others in his group. In fact, the Westie standard warns against excessive pugnacity (having a combative personality). Inclement weather is no deterrent to his energetic personality, and he makes a fine family pet.

Smooth Fox Terrier

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smooth fox terrier
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Sensitive, even-tempered and hardy, the Smooth Fox Terrier is a great pet for an active family. He has an indomitable spirit and playful nature. Eager and alert, he can be protective of his family, with whom he bonds closely.

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

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soft coated wheaten terrier

Soft-Coated Wheaten Terriers are more gentle and affectionate than most terriers. They're usually friendly with strangers, kids and other pets, but sometimes aggressive with other dogs. They like to dig and bark.

Soft-Coated Wheaten Terriers are part of the Terrier group. In general, terriers have a very distinctive personality that's unlike any other breed. They're feisty and energetic. Originally bred to hunt and kill vermin, terriers love the chase-don't let your terrier off its leash unless it's in an enclosed area.

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Alert, friendly and happy, the Wheaten is fun loving and less scrappy than other terriers. Although he can be headstrong, he is still loyal and obedient to his owner. He is also intelligent, playful and curious about what's going on around him. This affectionate dog bonds closely with his family. He has a tendency to be territorial and so requires early socialization.

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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staffordshire bull terrier

Staff Bulls are hardy and docile. They're usually friendly with strangers and other pets. However, like AmStaffs, Staff Bulls used to be bred as dogfighters, so they'll often attack other Staff Bulls.

Staff Bulls are part of the Terrier group. In general, terriers have a very distinctive personality that's unlike any other breed. They're feisty and energetic. Originally bred to hunt and kill vermin, terriers love the chase-don't let your terrier off its leash unless it's in an enclosed area.

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Well known for his gentle, stable, playful temperament, it is hard for fanciers to believe that he was originally bred as a fighter. Although his reputation as a fearsome tough guy might linger, a well-bred Staffy is trustworthy and loyal to a fault. He can be quite animated and clever, and he enjoys a good game. The Staffy is devoted to his family, and while not usually territorial, can be protective of those he loves.

Skye Terrier

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skye terrier

Skye Terriers are more serious than most terriers. They're calm indoors, but need lots of personal attention. They're suspicious of strangers, and snappish with other animals. Skye Terriers are agile chasers - keep them on a leash or in an enclosed area when outdoors - and they love to dig.

Scottish Terrier

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scottish terrier
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Full of character, the Scottie is intelligent, courageous, dignified and loyal. As a puppy, he is playful, but as he grows up, he takes on a more purposeful air. He is even-tempered and deeply devoted to his family, but he is also very independent and won't lavish attention even on those he loves. His discerning nature makes him naturally aloof toward strangers. Those who know him well consider this bewhiskered gentleman to be a friend and companion second to none.

Sealyham Terrier

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sealyham terrier

Sealyhams are calm, but they do need exercise. They're very hardy and independent, and they love to bark and dig. They're suspicious of strangers, and snappish with other animals.

Sealyhams are part of the Terrier group. In general, terriers have a very distinctive personality that's unlike any other breed. They're feisty and energetic. Originally bred to hunt and kill vermin, terriers love the chase-don't let your terrier off its leash unless it's in an enclosed area.

Rat Terrier

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rat terrier
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Lively and inquisitive, the Rat Terrier is a feisty, friendly and lovable dog. The standards are excellent dogs to have on a farm where control of vermin is an issue; mini Rat Terriers are most suitable as companions. Both sizes are fearless and have a great loyalty to their owners. They are playful and always ready to participate in any activity.
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