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wire-haired

(of an animal) having a rough wiry coat
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"The next dog, Happy 2, was a wire-haired vizsla that was just as loving in nature, just as easy to train but with a pinch more 'thickness,' more deliberate, a pinch less excitable, not quite as sensitive and a wired coat.
This condition has also been reported in several dog breeds including Basenji (ROBERTS & BISTNER, 1968; MITCHELL, 2011), Poodle (ARNBJERG, 1980), Doberman Pinscher (BARTOE et al., 2007), English Cocker Spaniel (STRANDE et al., 1988; MITCHELL, 2011), Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Chow Chow (eSSON, 2015), Mastiff (MITCHELL, 2011; ESSON, 2015), Spitz Finnish, Lancashire Heeler, Miniature Wire-Haired Dachshund, Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen, Rottweiler, Siberian Husky, West Highland White Terrier (MITCHELL, 2011), and Wire-Haired Dachshund (ROPSTAD et al., 2007).
My dog Lizzy and Sarah's dog Zia, both German Wire-haired Pointers, as well as Zach's Lab Lannie, certainly enjoy being near people where they can be petted.
Nela, 7, Greyhound Peaceful, loving and quiet, Sopa, 5, Flat-Haired Retriever Gentle and bubbly, Joy, 5, (no-one quite knows) Active and thoughtful and Pato, 3, Scotty Adventurous and curious, Compi, 3, Wire-Haired Dachshund Excitable and mischievous, Eddie, 1, Jack Russell Terrier Cute and really intelligent
I have so many friends who have German Wire-Haired Pointers, and I can't say I've ever liked a single one of them.
Members of Tootsie's first litter were distributed to family and friends, including Sabra, who started a long line of Tan dachshunds of all colors (black and tan, literally), smooth-haired, wire-haired.
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.
Next up, I'd take a leisurely stroll with my wire-haired dachshund Zack in the West Village.
In 1991, a 42-year-old man named Robert Padden died (http://www.nytimes.com/1991/01/06/nyregion/man-42-dies-trying-to-save-dog-in-icy-central-park-lake.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.