wire-haired


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wire-haired

(of an animal) having a rough wiry coat
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Gary Deegan, who nwas nicknamed Pitbull during his time at Sky Blues but seems to have evolved into a wire-haired terrier.
He acquired his faithful four-legged companion Gnasher, an Abyssinian Wire-haired Tripe Hound, in 1968.
The eight-month-old wire-haired fox terrier pup, who belongs to Dewsbury Tory MP Simon Reevell, won an online poll in the annual Westminster Dog of the Year competition.
While its wire-haired coat may look a little rough, it's a very smooth hunter.
Wayne Hopewell, of Johnson Avenue, Prescot was sentenced to a total of 200 hours of community service for abusing Milo, a wire-haired crossbreed.
Next up, I'd take a leisurely stroll with my wire-haired dachshund Zack in the West Village.
html) after he ran out onto a Central Park lake to try and save a drowning wire-haired terrier.
Arrive at Ascot, put on tie (resentfully), have a Pimm's, tell anyone who's listening that my Auntie Beth called her wire-haired fox terrier Pimm's because it was her favourite drink.
Q My wire-haired dachshund soils when we leave him in the house on his own, even if it is only for 10 minutes.
With David at the wheel of his 4x4 jeep and George's trusted wire-haired Jack Russell, Bernard, at my feet, we head off to the lower fields at Ballingham, where the River Wye meanders past.