Terrier Dog Breeds

Terrier Dog Breeds

There are many different Terrier dog breeds ranging from very small, to much larger, and all with their own unique needs and traits. Some terriers are very playful and energetic, others more docile. Some terriers require lots of grooming, with long, shaggy hair. Others have smooth, short fur, which requires far less grooming.

If you are looking for a new dog, there’s bound to be a terrier that suits your lifestyle.

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Very intelligent and courageous, but also sweet and loving.

Bedlington Terrier

A small dog with a short curly coat. Has a very lovable nature.

Border Terrier

A small, energetic dog, easy to train and great with kids.

Bull Terrier

A playful and affectionate dog that loves to be around their person.

Irish Terrier

A small dog with medium energy levels and a gorgeous red coat.

Manchester Terrier

A medium dog with short fur. Elegant, but feisty.

Norwich Terrier

An obedient and fearless friend.

Scottish Terrier

A small, wiry dog. Scottish terriers are great hunters who love to be near to their humans.

Tibetan Terrier

A medium-sized dog with long fur. Bred to take on the Tibetan climate. Strong, enduring, very intelligent and a loyal companion.

Yorkshire Terrier

A tiny dog with long hair and high energy levels. Easily recognisable and very protective.

Other Terrier dog breeds include the Airedale Terrier, Australian Terrier, Black Russian Terrier, Boston Terrier, Kerry Blue Terrier, Lakeland Terrier, Norfolk Terrier, Rat Terrier, West Highland Terrier and the Wire Fox Terrier. While some breeds of terrier share similar traits and features, others are completely different. So, before welcoming a dog into your home, make sure you take the time to find the right one.

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