Fox terriers were taken in 19th century England, where they landed gently for fox hunting. This breeds had to deploy to hunt rats, going to the ground as needed. Fox terriers are strong and persevering though.
There are two types of fox terriers, wire and smooth. Although, at the bottom, their looks are different, they share similar profiles, personalities and innate behaviors. This breed weight is at about 18 pounds and 15 inches in height. The breed from England is ideally shaped for the home, and its dilapidated nature is also suitable outside.
Fox Terriers are loyal family dogs who love to play all time. With their strong drive, curiosity and friendly nature, they are incredibly fun pets for everyone. Be aware, however, that their distinctive character sometimes makes training challenging.