His lively and spirited silhouette is endowed with good bones and great strength.
All these characteristics are entirely concentrated in this small volume. Standing, the Fox Terrier looks like a miniature hunting horse.
His gait often gives him the reputation of being pretentious and slightly snobbish.
Between 37 and 41 cm (14.57 to 16.14 inches) for the male
Between 36 and 39 cm (14.17 to 15.35 inches) for the female
Between 7 and 8 kg (15.43 to 17.64 pounds) for the male
Between 6 and 7 kg (13.23 to 15.43 pounds) for the female
His color must be predominantly white. It may be single-colored, all white, or it may contain black or red spots.
His hair is hard or smooth depending on the category.
His head has a flat and narrow skull leaving an impression more elongated than broad.
His eyes are small dark balls with an intelligent expression.
His drooping ears are small and form a v-shape. His nose is black. His amputated tail is carried cheerfully and set high, it should not be curled or bent over the back.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 3, section 1 and is #169