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.
Scottish wirehaired terriers are feisty, affectionate, and smart. These dogs are energetic and charismatic. Border terriers love outdoor fun with their owners.
Wire and smooth-coated Brussels griffons exist. The rough-coated version has a thick beard. Their distinctive appearance, loyalty, and assertive personality immediately drew the attention of the nobility.
The rough-coated Irish wolfhound is the tallest AKC-recognized dog breed. Despite their size, they are loyal and caring with youngsters.
This classic wirehaired breed is more popular in the U.S. than in their native U.K. Scotties are family-oriented but independent and strong-willed.
West Highland white terriers are loyal household pets. It's amazing, fast for its tiny legs, and a smart Scottish Highlands vermin hunter. They need daily activity.
Standard schnauzers have bushy eyebrows and beards. These regal dogs are smart and sociable, making them great companions.
This working Irish terrier is huge. These dogs show characteristic terrier tenacity, which makes them good hunters but difficult pets. They herd sheep and calves and hunt mice, rats, and rabbits.
Kerry Blue Terrier
Jack Russels can have a smooth or broken coat. Although small, JRTs aren't lapdogs. These dogs are smart, energetic, stamina-filled, and determined.