Origin: United Kingdom (England)
Dog Breed Group: Hunting Dog
Life Span: 12-15 years
Weight: Male: 21-28, Female: 20.5-27
Height: Male: 20-21, Female: 19-20
Origin of Name: The Harrier is a medium-sized dog breed of the hound class, used for hunting hares by trailing them.
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Among the rarest breeds of AKC, there are probably more theories about Harrier origins than Harriers in the United States. Among the agreed facts of this old breed is that they were bred for hunting (the breed's name is based on the word "green") and the first pack appeared in England sometime in the 1200s. America has had obstacles since colonial times, and it is possible that players such as George Washington and his Virginia neighbors used them to create distinctive American hunters.
This breed is easy to train, needs minimal grooming and are low droolers
This breed is not very intelligent, they are prone to allergies and health issues