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Top 7 Dog Breeds That Kill Snakes

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Airedale Terrier

The name "Airedale Terrier" comes from the dale (valley) of River Aire, where the breed originated. It is the offspring of crosses between various Terrier breeds, the Otterhound, and the Old English Black and Tan Terrier.

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Australian Terrier

It is believed that Australian Terriers belong to the smaller terrier breeds. The Australian Terrier's progenitors can be found in Great Britain, however they were developed in Australia.

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Cairn Terrier

One of the first working breeds in the area to be developed was the Cairn Terrier. Its need to pursue its prey around gave rise to its moniker. The Cairn Terrier is petite in stature, like the majority of terrier breeds.

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Dachshund

Dachshund breed is quite popular because of its slightly funny appearance. Dachshunds are also well-known for being incredibly playful, which is another quality that makes them ideal for households with young children.

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German Pinscher

Another popular favorite is the German Pinscher, this time because of its sturdy, slender, and fit appearance. This dog is obviously bred for hunting because it can be spotted from more than a mile away.

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Jack Russell Terrier

The breed's primary attribute is its boundless activity. Owners of JRT dogs are well aware that their pets require a lot of exercise before needing to relax.

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Lakeland Terrier

Adorable tiny breed are Lakeland Terriers. Because of the affable and self-assured nature of the breed, you can frequently find them with families with children. The breed is favored by families because to its hypoallergenic nature!