The American Hairless Terrier is a small to medium sized, smoothly muscled and active terrier. Ancestors of the breed were bred to hunt rats and other vermin. The lack of coat on the hairless variety of the American Hairless Terrier renders them unsuited for most hunting activities. They have, however, retained a strong hunting instinct and excel in many other activities and sports. The breed is energetic, alert, curious and intelligent. AKC

  • Energetic, Alert, Curious
  • AKC Breed Popularity: Ranks 136 of 191
  • Height: 12-16 inches
  • Weight: 12-16 pounds
  • Life Expectancy: 14-16 years
  • Group: Terrier Group 

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