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10 Dog Breeds That Are Wirehaired

The "King of Terriers," Airedales, have wiry coats and are the largest terrier breed. Airedales are intelligent, self-sufficient, energetic, adaptable, and full of personality. 

Airedale Terrier

Scottish small wirehaired terriers are intelligent, caring, and tenacious. These canines are full of life and enthusiasm. Border terriers like playing outside with their owners.

Border Terrier

The coarse-coated version is distinguished by its thick beard. Despite their Belgian roots as ratters, the nobility was captivated to their distinctive appearance, dedication, and confidence.

Brussels Griffon

Popular dachshund breeds include wire-haired, long-haired, and smooth-coated dachshunds. These low-slung canines were developed in Germany to dig badgers out of their burrows.


Jack Russels are normally smooth-coated, however their coats can be damaged. JRTs are little, yet they are not lapdogs. These dogs are intelligent, lively, robust, and determined.

Jack Russell Terrier

Their outfit is appropriate for hunting in cold water, harsh weather, and dense forest. Sedentism will not fit the breed's tremendous energy and stamina.

German Wirehaired Pointer

The rough-coated Irish wolfhound is renowned as a gentle giant and is the tallest AKC-recognized dog breed. Despite their size, they are loyal, affectionate, and patient with children.

Irish Wolfhound

The famed wirehaired breed, with its distinct face and elegant beard, is now more popular in the United States than in its home United Kingdom.

Scottish Terrier

Fox terriers can have smooth or wirehaired coats. Because of their coarse hair and whiskers, they resemble the Lakeland terrier or the Airedale.

Wirehaired Fox Terrier

Vizslas are devoted, caring, and well-liked hunting dogs. Vizslas demand active homes to exhaust their boundless energy.

Wirehaired Vizsla

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