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Terrier is a type of dog which is widely used to hunt small animals such as cave bears, hares, and otters. Most of them have smart, lively, quick-acting, brave and tenacious, hardworking, and faithful characters. Except for a few kinds of terriers, most of the terriers are produced in the United Kingdom. The name of the stalk originated from the Latin Terra, which means digging. This type of dog is good at digging crypts and hunting small animals such as badgers, foxes, hares, and otters that live in the soil or in the burrows. Their smaller size fits this need. The standard shape for terrier dogs has a beard that can cover the pointed mouth.
Different terriers have different functions. Some terriers have beautiful appearances. West Highland White Terriers and Skye Island Terriers are excellent playing dogs, but the lively nature of terriers still exists today. As a play dog, the owner should pay full attention to this. People who are familiar with terrier dogs always have the same evaluation of these dogs. The typical characteristic of terrier dogs is that they are very impatient with other animals, including other dogs. Generally speaking, they are charming pets, but they need a firm will from their owner to adapt to their stubborn character.
1.Yorkshire terrier The Yorkshire Terrier is petite, second only to the small Chihuahuas, and its coat is as smooth as silk, like a girl's hair, pouring down from the head, neck and torso, dazzling. Generally, they are 18-23cm tall, weigh 1-3Kg, and have a life span of 12-15 years. The head of the Yorkshire Terrier is often decorated with ribbons. 2.Jack Russell Terrier Jack Russell Terrier is a lively, energetic, hobby working dog breed, generally 25-26 cm tall at the withers, weight 4-7 kg, and a lifespan of 13-15 years. 3.Boston terrier The Boston Terrier is one of the few dog breeds bred in the United States. It is a lively, very high IQ, smooth coat, short head, compact structure, short tail, and very well-proportioned dog. The color is tabby, seal Color or black with uniform white markings. 4.Tibetan Terrier The Tibetan Terrier has a developed, protective double coat, compact size, unique foot structure, and very agile. With the efforts of all the owners, the Tibetan Terrier has become a firm and committed companion dog.
Corgi Corgi's personality is also relatively independent, not too clingy, the owner works during the day, it can also play at home by itself, in addition to the more serious hair loss, it is easier to care for and raise. Corgi is suitable for home keeping. Although it is a medium-sized dog, it has a very stable personality and does not have the neuroticism of a normal small dog. It is a guard dog very suitable for children. It is courageous and alert, able to guard its home with a high degree of vigilance, and is one of the most popular small guard dogs. The standard description of a Corgi is that it is brave and fearless in appearance, gentle in heart, intelligent in performance, full of interest in everything, never shy or vicious, with the appearance of a puppy, but the soul of a big dog.
The typical characteristic of terrier dogs is that they are very impatient with other animals, including other dogs. Generally speaking, they are charming pets, but they need a firm will from their owner to adapt to their stubborn character. Brave and fearless terriers are relatively more lively and aggressive. The early Bull Terriers were used in bullfighting. Although the Mini Bull Terrier is a small pet dog that has been improved and bred, it is unambiguous to fight and catch mice.
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