German Hunting Terrier

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Dog Ratings

5 Stars = Most Ideal; 1 Star = Least Ideal
Shedding
Shedding
Energy
Energy
Healthiness
Healthiness
Children
Children
Intelligence
Intelligence
Affectionate
Affectionate
Playful
Playful
Watchdog
Watchdog
Grooming
Grooming
Other Dogs
Other Dogs
Popularity
Popularity
Training
Training
Cats
Cats
New People
New People
Hypoallergenic
Hypoallergenic

Dog Information

Body Size:
Medium
Coat Type:
Short
Price:
$400 - $700
Lifespan:
9 yrs - 14 yrs
Weight:
16 lbs - 22 lbs
Height:
13 " - 16 "
Breed Group:
Terrier

Overview

The German Hunting Terrier is a intelligent, energetic, alert, and active small dog breed that can bring a lot of love and happiness into your life. The German Hunting Terrier may also be called by the name of Deutscher Jagdterrier, Jagdterrier, German Jagdterrier, which is why you may not have heard of this amazing dog yet. The German Hunting Terrier comes from a line of descendants that may surprise you which includes Fox Terrier and Tan Wire Terrier. The German Hunting Terrier can live anywhere from 9 to 14 years, giving everyone around them a lasting experience with their intelligent, energetic, alert, and active personality! According the the American Kennel Club, the German Hunting Terrier is part of the Terrier breed group, which allows you to find other dogs that are similar to them. Many people have found that they love the German Hunting Terrier while others have not found this dog to be as great. If you like what you have read so far, the German Hunting Terrier may be the perfect small dog for you, please continue reading and you may find your perfect pet!

Body Characteristics

The German Hunting Terrier is known for its Medium size, which may be a deciding factor for those searching for a small dog. The German Hunting Terrier ranges in height from 13in up to as tall as 16in, which many feel is the perfect size for an inside dog. The German Hunting Terrier can weigh between 16lbs to 22lbs making it an excellent choice for those who are looking for a Medium small dog! The German Hunting Terrier has a Short coat that can often be described as harsh or smooth and dense, making them perfect for being inside or outside pets. Those who are looking at this small dog will find the German Hunting Terrier with a beautiful coat in the colors of black, gray, or brown.

Temperament

The German Hunting Terrier is a very intelligent small dog, as a result training it will be faster and easier than a less intelligent dog.
The German Hunting Terrier is average in the training category, it can be trained at a decent rate and will be able to do at least the basics. The German Hunting Terrier is very playful, but can have its moments where it would rather lay around than play, but that will not be very often. If you have children with lots of energy, the German Hunting Terrier will fit right into your family and keep your children entertained for hours. The German Hunting Terrier is high rated in affection which is great for children that want to have a dog to sleep with them. If you are looking for a family dog then look no further, the German Hunting Terrier is GREAT with children and will do wonderful in your home. It may take the German Hunting Terrier some time to get to know new people, but when it does it will win them over with its intelligent, energetic, alert, and active personality. The German Hunting Terrier is above average as a watchdog, it will, in most cases, try to ward off intruders and let you know of their presence. The German Hunting Terrier is above average with other dogs and will get along with them very well, however on occasion it may need time to itself. The German Hunting Terrier is average when it comes to being around cats, it may love them or hate them.

Maintanence

The German Hunting Terrier sheds very little, if at all, it would be a great indoor pet as it would not leave fur all over your home. When it comes to allergies, the German Hunting Terrier is not a good choice to bring into a home with those who are allergic. The German Hunting Terrier is above average when it comes to grooming, it will not require as much as others, like the Brussels Griffon, Jack Russell Terrier, or Miniature Bull Terrier. The German Hunting Terrier is known for being healthy and living for up to {max_year} years, this is great for those who want an energetic, whole dog. As with all living things, there are some health issues that we may encounter, for the German Hunting Terrier these issues include Lung Conditions.

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