Independent and amusing, the Smooth Fox Terrier was bred to hunt smaller animals. They are a loving and cheerful breed that adores to be around their family – especially children. They have a bold and brave personality but are also extremely playful and energetic. They are very intelligent breed and will learn quickly with early training. The Smooth Fox Terrier requires quite a bit of exercise and could be bored and destructive when not properly exercised. If socialized early enough, they will get along well with other dogs. They love their families and could suffer from separation anxiety when left alone for long periods of time. If you’re looking for a bold-spirited, playful, and devoted breed, the Smooth Fox Terrier is for you!< p>
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Smooth Fox Terrier Rescues in the USA
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