Airedales are the largest terrier breed and have a wiry coat. Smart, independent, active, flexible, and character-filled, Airedales are well-known. Family-oriented and fun, they might be aloof among strangers.

Airedale Terrier

These friendly, intelligent wirehaired terriers are from Scotland. These dogs have energy and character. Border terriers and their owners enjoy outdoor fun. Borders can be difficult.

Border Terrier

Brussels griffons are wire- or smooth-coated. The coarse-coated one has a full beard. Originally bred as ratters in Belgium, their unusual appearance, devotion, and confidence attracted the nobility.

Brussels Griffon

Wire-haired, long-haired, and smooth-coated dachshunds are popular. These low-slung dogs were designed in Germany to hunt badgers. Standard and small versions are popular globally. 

Dachshund

Jack Russels can have a smooth or broken coat. Although small, JRTs aren't lapdogs. These dogs are smart, energetic, stamina-filled, and determined. Long-lived dogs are hardy.

Jack Russell Terrier

The rough-coated Irish wolfhound is the tallest AKC-recognized dog breed. Despite their size, they are loyal and caring with youngsters. This huge breed needs more space. Monthly food costs will be high.

Irish Wolfhound

This famous wirehaired breed is more popular in the U.S. than in its native U.K. Scotties have strong familial bonds yet are independent and strong-willed. This breed is no lapdog.

Scottish Terrier

The joyful West Highland white terrier is a loyal pet. Brilliant, fast for its tiny legs, and a smart predator in the Scottish Highlands. Daily exercise is needed for these active canines. 

West Highland White Terrier

Standard schnauzers have bushy eyebrows and beards. These regal dogs are smart and sociable, making them great companions. German farms used them as ratters, herders, protectors, and hunters.

Schnauzer

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