fox terrier

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small lively black-and-white terriers formerly used to dig out foxes

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Therefore, breed differences would explain the exploratory preferences observed, namely, oral for beagles and searching for fox terriers.
But it's also revealed in every chapter and in the minute details out of which this story is built, right down to the history of its central character's "dynasty" of fox terriers, all named Dash.
The men tried to get back in after Ashley, who played Alice Cullen in the series, realised her two fox terriers were still inside.
Carole built a successful career as an area manager for Oxfam while Ray ran his firm and in their spare time they shared a passion for dog shows, touring the country with their fox terriers.
In the 1930s and 40s Frank's parents bred Wire and Smooth Fox Terriers, Dachshunds and later Boxers.
Hackett answered an email network listing from an agent looking for obedience-trained wire fox terriers to be on Animal Planet's "Dogs 101.
It's unknown if that's because Fox Terriers are more prone to heart disease than previously realized, or if they're simply more protected from other diseases.
He lives near Battersea Park, drives a Rolls-Royce and owns two fox terriers.
But within four hours 298 were killed by fox terriers and ferrets.
Seven-year-old Fergus and Jessie, six, are fox terriers who live with the McKay family in Port Glasgow.
I AM appalled at the way the poor fox terriers highlighted in your paper have been treated.
The problem with the Fox Terriers was that they were too thin-haired and too small boned to handle the rough country and rougher varmint, so when these Treeing Walker/Schnauzer cross pups matured, I hunted with them and crossed the Fox Terrier over.
Sent in by Vicki Tudor, of Connah's Quay Right: This bed ain't big enough for the both of us, sayDylan and Ella, the fox terriers, but nobody's prepared to give in and get out.
On his travels he was accompanied by a series of fox terriers, Dash 1-7.