Harrier Information

If you had to quickly describe the Harrier, one might say they look like a bulked up version of a Beagle. The breed has the timeless look of a working hound that includes long, low-set ears, an adorably cute face, a short, trim coat and compact, muscular build.

The Harrier is a friendly, outgoing breed that loves to be around people and thrives when part of a family. They are excellent with children and other dogs and require a moderate level of exercise. For its history, the Harrier dates back to about 400 B.C. – further than you would think.

Average Size

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Height: 1ft 7in - 1ft 9in     Weight: 45-60lbs

Behavior

  • Affection
  • Children
  • Strangers
  • Other Dogs
  • Barking

Care

  • Grooming
  • Shedding
  • Easy to Train
  • Time Alone
  • Exercise Need

Environment

  • Apartments
  • Cold Tolerance
  • Heat Tolerance

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