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Toy Fox Terrier

Toy Fox Terrier


Height: 10 inches

Weight: 3-7 lbs.

Life Span: 13-15 yrs.

Breed Group: Terriers

Overview
The toy fox terrier, also called the American toy terrier, is spunky, loyal, and sometimes protective. Early socialization and obedience training are important to counteract this dog's tendency to be a little scrappy with other dogs and to chase cats.

The toy fox is usually comfortable with gentle children eight years of age or older. Because of its small size, it is well suited to apartment living.

Appearance
The toy fox terrier's short, smooth coat is satiny to the touch. Color is predominantly white on the body, sometimes with black spots; the head is black, with tan on the cheeks and in spots over the eyes. White and black (without tan) and white and tan (without black) are also seen.

Among the breed's distinguishing features are relatively large, erect ears.

Grooming & Exercise Needs
The toy fox terrier needs to be brushed once a week and bathed occasionally to keep its coat shiny. This frisky entertainer needs several short, brisk walks as well as a play session in a secured area daily.

Origins
The toy fox terrier was produced by breeding together runts of the smooth fox terrier. Still adept at ratting, these bright, energetic dogs are more likely to be used today as service dogs for the deaf or family companions than as vermin exterminators.

Special Alerts
Breed-related health concerns include patellar luxation.

 

Reference: AKC - American Kennel Club

 


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