Wirehaired Fox Terriers are very upbeat and won’t just lie in your backyard. They love very much when they are given a task, and they themselves try to please their owners. By their nature, they love to dig, and they can do it, especially when they are bored. They are most suitable for families who want to involve their pet in active games.
But in 1984, 99 years after it first recognized the fox terrier, the American Kennel Club officially distinguished these types as two distinct breeds.
That’s down from 77th and 99th in 2003, respectively.