Terriers are a tough breed of canines that were developed to dig and hunt. Come in variety of sizes and shapes and are highly clever and trainable.
Small to medium-sized dogs with a balanced, muscular physique. Friendly, easily trained, and nice with kids. Have a lifespan of about 13 years.
Small and simple to groom. They require frequent walks and mental stimulation. They live 12 to 15 years. Recommended for singles and families.
A small but stout dog developed via selective breeding. They make loving pets but require expert treatment. Recommend for households with older kids.
Small and courageous, renowned for its tenacity and hunting heritage. They need to exercise regularly. Recommend for households with older kids.
Medium-sized, devoted and active canines. Despite their reputation for hostility, they enjoy spending time with kids. Banned in some nations.
Small and toy-sized, distinguished by its long, silky, straight coat. In order to keep them stimulated, they need weekly grooming, regular walks and playtime.
Breed created specifically to chase rodents. They have two coats, weigh 6–10 kg and have a lifespan of 12–16 years.
Small, independent and energetic, has a thick and wiry coat. Devoted, affectionate and ideal for households with older children.