Wire-haired terriers include most terriers like the Airedale, affenpinscher, miniature schnauzer and the border terrier. Wire-haired terriers have hard, wiry coats that need occasional plucking and brushing.Know More
Often, wire-haired terriers make excellent pets for those suffering from allergies. They often require little more than weekly brushing, and plucking. Plucking is done by removing the undercoat of the animal by pinching the tuft between the thumb and forefinger and pulling it out. This removes the loose fur that accumulates underneath the dense wiry fur.
Often, owners of these dogs take their animals to a professional dog groomer to have the plucking procedure performed.Learn more about Dogs
Teacup or mini Boston terriers are not recognized as a dog breed. So-called "teacup" Boston terriers are often runts that can develop multiple health issues.The average size for a fully grown Boston terrier typically ranges between 15 to 17 inches in height and 10 to 25 pounds in weight.Full Answer >
Boston terriers are usually born with short tails. The American Kennel Club states that they are either straight or kinked. The tail is set low on the hind quarters and is generally quite thin and tapered.Full Answer >
There is only one type of mastiff as there is only one mastiff breed, which is called the "Old English Mastiff." However, there are different color choices within the Old English Mastiff breed including apricot, fawn and brindle according to the American Kennel Club.Full Answer >
There are two different types of Chihuahuas: the smooth coat Chihuahua and the long coat Chihuahua. These two types come in a variety of colors including black, fawn, white, gray, silver and chocolate as well as color combinations such as blue with white or tan markings.Full Answer >