The largest terrier breed, the Airedale, is renowned for being intelligent, active, and independent. They have a wiry coat and a strong prey drive.
Border Terriers are Scottish little wirehaired terriers that are friendly, active, and intelligent. They enjoy outdoor activities but can be obstinate and diggers.
Wire/smooth coat, thick beard, Brussels Griffon. Attracted the interest of the nobility after being developed as rats. friendly, but better suited to older children.
There are three types of dachshunds, which were bred in Germany to hunt badgers. Loyal, intelligent, and cuddly, but boisterous and with a high prey drive.
Jack Russells are intelligent, tough, high-energy dogs with a strong prey drive. They have smooth or damaged coats, live a long time, and require a dynamic environment.
German wirehaired pointers, selected for their wiry coats, are excellent for hunting in water and inclement weather. High energy; requires activity and stimulation. devoted and jovial.
The tallest breed recognised by the AKC, the Irish Wolfhound, is devoted and tolerant with children, but they require a lot of space and money for food. Prey drive is present.
The popularity of Scotties is higher in the US due to their dignified beard and independent nature. They have a strong prey drive and might not get along with tiny animals.
The wirehaired fox terrier is a courageous, devoted friend with a strong prey drive and other typical terrier characteristics. Good for active, patient owners.
The wirehaired vizsla, which was created in Hungary for hunting, has an endless amount of activity and requires a busy home with other pets to prevent boredom and separation anxiety.