How to choose a Wire Fox Terrier puppy? Specialist recommendations
Before you go to choose a puppy of a wire-haired fox-terrier, once again sincerely answer yourself to 7 important questions.
On the photo: Puppies of wire-haired fox-terrier
Visit exhibitions, discuss your ideas about the breed with breeders and other owners. So your idea of the breed will be more objective, and the decision more balanced.
When choosing a breeder, focus on your reputation. Yes, it will not give a 100% guarantee of the absence of problems in the future, but the chances of getting a good puppy will significantly increase. It is advisable to see a few litters, if possible.
Study the pedigrees of the parents, get to know them. An adult dog should not be aggressive or cowardly.
Healthy puppy - well-fed, lively and cheerful. He has a clean nose, ears and eyes.
A puppy aged 45 days should already have a chip or stamp.
By 2 months, the puppies of the wire-haired fox terrier have a pronounced elongation of the muzzle. This is what distinguishes Fox Terriers from, for example, Jack Russell Terriers.
Specify what fed the babies - the first time you will adhere to the same diet. All changes are introduced carefully and gradually, and certainly not immediately.
A Fox Terrier puppy is best acquired at the age of 60 days.