Bred as a means to make the Fox Terrier smaller, the Toy Fox Terrier was created by breeding a standard-sized Fox Terrier with a Chihuahua, Miniature Pinscher, Manchester Terrier and Italian Greyhound. A natural-born hunter, the Toy Fox Terrier enjoys chasing and playing around the yard. Extremely intelligent, this dog can be trained to assist the physically handicapped and as a hearing dog for the deaf.
A friendly and playful breed, the active Toy Fox Terrier requires a lot of physical and mental stimulation. OK for apartment living, he'll need regular exercise and toys to play with. Doing well with a fenced-in yard of his own, he'll constantly be at the side of his owner. Trained easily and well, he can be taught to learn many new tricks. This dog does better with older children; he may lose patience with younger children who don't know how to handle him. Getting along with cats if raised with them, he's likely to chase smaller animals and vermin. Not a fan of cold weather, he'll need a sweater when venturing outdoors in cooler climates.
This happy dog is sure to wake up with a smile when he's snuggling next to his owner. Playfully following his human around during their morning routine, he's sure to be at your feet until you feed him his meal. Engaging in a bit of fetch with one of his many toys, he'll venture outdoors to explore the yard. After sniffing out any possible creatures, he'll head back indoors for more playtime. Guaranteed to show off a few tricks throughout the day, the Toy Fox Terrier will keep you safe and smiling until you two head back to bed.
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