Breeds of Dogs That Have Wire in Their Hair

Border Terrier

Scottish little wirehaired terriers are known for their spirited personality, friendly nature, and high level of intelligence. 

Border terriers are eager to have a good time in the fresh air and sunshine with their human companions.

Brussels Griffon

There are two distinct coat textures available for the Brussels griffon: wire and smooth. 

The very abundant beard that comes with the variant with the coarse coat makes it stand out. 


There are three distinct hair types that can be found on the ever-popular Dachshund: wire hair, long hair, and smooth coat.

These low-slung dogs were initially designed in Germany for the purpose of hunting badgers, which required them to frequently dig the animals out of their burrows. 

Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russells are frequently seen with damaged coats in addition to the smooth-coated kind, which is the most common type of Jack Russell.

These canines are renowned for their extraordinary intelligence, as well as their boundless energy, tenacity, and resolve. 

German Wirehaired Pointer

The German wirehaired pointer is a breed of dog that is distinct from its close relative, the German shorthaired pointer

Their coat is ideal for hunting in environments with tough conditions, like as cold water, harsh weather, and dense foliage.

Irish Wolfhound

The Irish wolfhound, which has a rough coat and stands the tallest of all the dog breeds recognized by the AKC, is frequently referred to as a "gentle giant." 

Despite their size, they typically have a lot of patience and a kind nature while dealing with children. They are known for being loyal and affectionate.

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