6 Terrier Dog BreedS

Airedale Terrier

The breed originated in the Aire Valley region of England, where the dogs were utilized to pursue ducks and eliminate pests such as rats. 

The strong, energetic, sometimes obstinate Airedale Terrier requires intense discipline starting at a young age as well as daily vigorous exercise. 

Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington Terrier was used to capture rats and other vermin on farms and in coal mines in England.

When they have a furry creature in their sights, they are incredibly courageous and tenacious despite their reputation for being kind and delicate.

Bull Terrier

The Bull Terrier was initially bred in England to be a fierce competitor in dogfighting rings; however, when this cruel sport was outlawed.

The Bully has one of the most distinctive features in the dog kingdom, resembling that of a horse due to its elongated muzzle.

Cairn Terrier

The hardy, fierce little canines removed foxes, rats, and other furry creatures from heaps of rocks known as cairns, hence the breed's name.

Friendly and gregarious, Cairn Terriers are typically excellent family pets. Care involves weekly brushing and moderate physical activity. 

Irish Terrier

Medium-sized and robust, the Irish Terrier is unmistakable with its fiery red coat and intense expression. 

The Irish Terrier requires daily exercise and consistent training due to its high level of vigor and willpower.

Jack Russell Terrier

A vicar named John "Jack" Russell developed the Jack Russell Terrier in England during the 19th century. 

Jack Russell Terriers, small dogs with boundless vitality, require extensive exercise, play, mental stimulation, and training. 

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