List of 9 Dogs with Wire Hair
Airedales have the thickest terrier coat. Airedales are smart, active, flexible, and character-filled. They're fun and family-oriented, but aloof with outsiders.
Scottish wirehaired terriers are smart, loyal, and fierce. These dogs are dynamic. Border terriers love outside playtime. Borders are tricky.
Popular dachshunds are wire-haired, long-haired, and smooth-coated. These low-slung German dogs chase badgers. Globally, standard and tiny are popular.
Brussels griffons are wire- and smooth-coated. Thick beard on the rough-coated variety. Their unique appearance, loyalty, and assertiveness attracted nobility.
The Irish wolfhound has a rough coat. They are loyal and compassionate with kids despite their size. This breed requires more space. Food bills are high.
This wirehaired breed is widespread in the U.S. Scotties are loyal but stubborn. They're not small. Some Scotties are friendly, but not always.
Standard schnauzers have bushy eyebrows and beards. These regal dogs are smart and sociable, making them great companions.
Highland White Terrier
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.
Jack Russell 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.