1" Scale miniature standing Fox Terrier.
Fox Terriers were originally bred
to flush foxes out of their hiding places during fox hunts. Today
they’re primarily family companions and show dogs, although you’ll
occasionally find them in the hunt country of the northeastern United
States, still performing their traditional role.
Fox Terriers are canine classics who've
changed little since their emergence in the late 18th century. There are
two types: Smooth Fox Terriers are sleek, elegant, and intelligent,
while Wire Fox Terriers are handsome, happy, and quite stylish when groomed
properly. Called Fox Terriers or Foxys for short, both are outgoing,
active, and inquisitive, with a devil-may-care attitude. They live in
the moment, enjoying whatever's going on.
Historically, Fox Terriers were used to
"bolt" foxes when they ran into their hiding places and drive them
toward the foxhounds and hunters. White Smooth Fox Terriers were highly
prized because they were less likely to be mistaken for the fox.