It's very much like our WFT terrier as a puppy. Also, have you noted that a WFT…

It's very much like our WFT terrier as a puppy. Also, have you noted that a WFT is an anagram for both "WTF" AND "FTW".

The Wire Fox Terrier. Bearing close resemblance to the Smooth Fox Terrier, they are believed to have been developed separately. Bred in England to chase foxes into their burrows; this dog's short, strong tail was used as a handle by the hunter to pull it back out. Two of this breed's most distinctive traits are energy & intelligence. Having a low threshold for boredom they require stimulation, exercise & attention. With diligent supervision, they can be amusing, exciting, long-lived…

The Wire Fox Terrier. Bearing close resemblance to the Smooth Fox Terrier, they…

Wire haired fox terriers

26 Reasons You Should Never Get A Wire Fox Terrier

Fur and hair are technically the same, but the way they grow is different: Fur is very dense at the follicles, Mainardi says, and doesn't break off as easily as hair. Therefore, a dog with fur has less potential to shed dander — and F up your system — tha

33. — In love with Borotan, this 15 year old wire fox...

33. — In love with Borotan, this 15 year old wire fox...

Looks like an honest little dog.

Original pinner says, "I have raised two wire fox terriers and find them to be the most entertaining and loyal creatures." Sure is a sweet looking pup!

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