||In appearance similar to a smaller Basset Hound or some heavier Dachshunds and Beagles, the Belgrade Terrier is a lively breed, but not as agile as the original variety. Fairly massive and deep-chested, it has a slightly elongated back and short sturdy legs. The head is elegant and round, with a hound-like muzzle and well-developed jaws. The ears are carried low, although they aren't as long as those of the Basset Hound.
||Sizes can vary
||The preferred colouring is fawn with a black "saddle" on the back and white markings on the legs, chest and stomach, although many other colours exist, both solid and piebald.
|| Most dogs have short smooth coats, but there are also wire-haired and long-coated examples to be found.
||playful and obedient pet, loving of children and tolerant of other dogs. Some authorities don't even consider it to be a terrier anymore, but the popular name remains.
||The Belgrade Terrier does very well indoors. This breed is characterized by its very devoted, people-orientated temperament and calm disposition.
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