The Harrier dog is very active, friendly, outgoing and people-oriented, the perfect companion for a family. This medium-sized dog from the Hound Group is one of the rarest breeds in the American Kennel Club, ranking 183rd in popularity.
If you’ve ever seen a Harrier dog, you might have mistaken him for a large-sized beagle because they share so many physical qualities. Harrier varieties were popular in medieval England and later in the United States during colonial times. This breed height is about 19 to 21 inches and weigh between 25 and 27 kgs. The Harrier is a healthy and active dog breed with an average lifespan of 12 to 15 years.