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Terrier
Domestic or Foreign

Airedale Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
American Staffordshire Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Australian Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Bedlington Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Border Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Bull Terriers (Colored)
Domestic or Foreign
Bull Terriers (White)
Domestic or Foreign
Cairn Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Cesky Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Dandie Dinmont Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Fox Terriers (Smooth)
Domestic or Foreign
Fox Terriers (Wire)
Domestic or Foreign
Glen of Imaal Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Irish Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Kerry Blue Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Lakeland Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Manchester Terriers (Standard)
Domestic or Foreign
Miniature Bull Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Miniature Schnauzers
Domestic or Foreign
Norfolk Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Norwich Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Parson Russell Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Rat Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Russell Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Scottish Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Sealyham Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Skye Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Staffordshire Bull Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
Welsh Terriers
Domestic or Foreign
West Highland White Terriers
Domestic or Foreign

Terrier Group


The word Terrier derives from the Latin Terre, which means earth. Thus Terriers are dogs bred to root out and kill vermin such as badgers, woodchucks, foxes, weasels, rats, etc. There are 26 breeds in the Terrier Group, ranging in size from the Australian, Miniature Schnauzer, and Cairn which are the smallest, to the Airedale, the largest in this group.

All terriers must be strong-boned, well-muscled and robust, regardless of size and, contrary to popular belief, they should NOT have straight shoulders! The chief characteristics of all the terrier breeds are their indomitable courage and unwavering devotion to home and family.  

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