The Brazilian Terrier, or Fox Paulistinha, is a relatively tall terrier and one of only two worldwide recognized native breeds of Brazil, the other being the Brazilian Mastiff.
Height: Male: 14–16 inches (35–40 cm) Female: 13–15 inches (33–38 cm)
Weight: Male: 14–22 lbs (6.5–10 kg) Female: 14–22 lbs (6.5–10 kg)
Coat Type: Short, smooth and dense.
Color: Black & White, Tricolor, Blue & White.
Life span: 12-14 years
Temperament: Affectionate, Fun, Restless, Alert, Keen, Friendly, Active, Gentle.
Health Problems: Healthy and hardy breed. Some may be susceptible to hip dysplasia, luxating patella, eye problems, orthopedic problems, ear infections, and skin allergies.
• Also known as the Terrier Brasileiro.
• Somewhat resembles the Smooth Fox Terrier.
• Hunts either alone or in a pack.
FCI: Group 3 Terriers, Section 1 Large/medium-sized #341