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16 Historical Facts About Wire Fox Terriers You Might Not Know

#7 Until the 19th century, the appearance of hunters was given little importance.

The emphasis was on anger, compactness, and other useful properties, but already in the 17th century, the ancestors of the fox terriers began to stand out from the group of terriers as a whole.

#8 By the end of the 18th century, fox terriers became a separate breed, as the popularity of fox hunting grew rapidly, and this entertainment was relatively affordable, which means it was massive.

#9 In 1801, the book “Country Sport” by Daniel tells us about 2 types of terriers: wire-haired and very strong and smooth-haired, proportionally folded, with a short body.

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