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Fox Terrier Wire-Haired

Fox Terrier Wire-Haired Breed United States

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Breed: Fox Terrier Wire-Haired
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Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Life Expectancy: 13-14 years
Height: 36-39 cm
Weight: 7-9.5 kg
Litter Size: 4 to 6 puppies
Hypoallergenic: Yes
Ad ID: 319
When used for sporting pursuits the Wire Fox Terrier was known as the Rough-haired Terrier. The Wirehaired Fox Terrier is a medium sized dog.

The skull is flat, moderately narrowing to the eyes. The stop is slight. The muzzle gradually tapers to the black nose. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite. The eyes and eye rims are dark in color.

The small V-shaped ears drop forward close to the cheeks. The neck is thick and muscular. The legs are straight. The tail is high set and is usually docked by 1/4, leaving 3/4 of the original length.

The wiry coat has dense twisted, hairs similar to the hair on the outside of a coconut. The hairs are so thick and close together that when they are parted you cannot see the skin.

It has a short, soft undercoat. The coat is predominately white with black or brown markings. 

Temperament: The Wire Fox Terrier is a breed of dog, one of many terrier breeds. It is a fox terrier, and although it bears a resemblance to the smooth fox terrier, they are believed to have been developed separately.

Health Problems: Deafness may be a problem in predominantly white dogs. Some minor concerns are post-nasal drip, lens luxation, distichiasis, cataracts, Legg-Perthes disease and shoulder dislocation. Prone to mast cell tumors.
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