Fox Terrier

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The Fox Terrier was independently bred during the 19th century to develop a dog that could assist in fox hunting if the fox happened to go into a hole, where the Fox Terrier could now go in after them. The breed also evolved into two types, wire-hair and smooth hair, being the only difference. The playful Fox Terrier standards state the breed should not exceed 15 inches or weigh above 18 pounds. The breed is very friendly and known for jumping anywhere, onto surfaces or even into someone's arms.




This picture is a great find. I also have Bull Terriers. I have breed my bfeatiuul female and have have three champion dog come from her. I lost my male her husband to kidney disease too. It was very hard but I still have my female and one of her daughters too. They keep me laughing .keep the faith.

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