The wire-haired fox terrier
(WFT) has a unique personality – something which can be
attested to by anyone who has ever had one in his or her home.
They are intelligent, lively, active, well-dispositioned, loyal
and brave companions – very intuitive and excellent watchdogs
in any situation.In general they get along very well with adults
and children and will defend them in their playful adventures.
At the same time this companion does not enjoy violent and excessively
noisy activities.Being very possessive of their owners, they
do not get along well with other animals, unless taught to do
so as puppies, or are well-trained in order to be less aggressive
with other pets.They are highly recommended as family pets,
due to their loving, good nature, which brings hapiness wherever
found.They tend to be distrustful of strangers. They should
be taught social behavior from a young age. I think that up
to 8 months of age "we can mold the dog into what we want
it to be". That is to say we should take advantage of this
period of time to teach it everything we want it to learn. They
are very brave, fearless animals. If attacked they will immediately
defend themselves without considering the size nor the strength
of their opponents.
1. If I like
it, it’s mine.
2. If it’s in my mouth, it’s mine.
3. If I had it a little while ago, it’s mine.
4. If I can take it from you it’s mine.
5. If it’s mine it must never be yours.
6. If it just looks like mine, it’s mine..
7. If I saw it first, it’s mine.
8. If you are playing with something esle and put it down, it’s
9. If I am chewing something up, all of the pieces are mine.
10. If it used to be yours, get over it.
11. If it’s broken, it’s yours.