Facts About Me
Breed Mini Fox Terrier Cross
Age 5yrs 6 mths
Size 8 kgs
More About Me
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
Miniature Fox Terriers are fearless and bold like a terrier, but enjoy the companionship and affection that comes with being pampered like most small dogs. They also like to be the centre of attention and don't like sharing the love.
'Foxies' bond deeply with the people they love and insist on being treated as a full member of the family.
Patch loves cuddles, attention, walks and hugs but doesn't like being outside in the wind, being ignored or sharing attention.
When meeting new doggy friends Patch is initially fine but after time will tire of their company and chase them off.
Patch is a great dog. He loves people who love him back and needs to be the primary focus.
Singles or couples looking for a small, happy and devoted companion to share good times and lots of affection.
Patch prefers company but can cope alone.
Like many Foxies, Patch needs to be the only permanent dog in the home as he likes all your love and attention.
Mini Fox Terriers are typically not recommended for families with young children. They will object to being rough housed or exposed to a loud or chaotic environment.
Patch will not suit homes where people live in very close proximity to each other with small outside areas e.g. villas, units, apartment complexes, terrace houses, strata complexes etc.
As Patch is people orientated he needs to be part of family activities.
He will not suit homes with residents that are:
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
Will alert to something strange but is not currently a nuisance barker.
Patch will suit any of the following:
Low - short strolls or playtime at home. Toy Foxes do not need a lot of vigorous activity to maintain health and happiness.
When ON a lead ...
Like most dogs starts off pulling but settles.
When OFF a lead ...
Patch's recall needs work - he is good at times.
Type of Yard Required
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