Dogs4sale The One Stop Site For Information About Dogs
View Dog Breeds, Puppies  & Dogs for Sale List of Dogs to be Rehomed & Rescue Organisations Lost & Found, Classifieds, Current dogs4sale News Dog Transport needs made easier. List of Kennels and Grooming facilities for your pet. Details on how to advertise on this website
Details on Agility, Obedience, Books, DVDs & Other Information List of Clubs & Organisations Places to Stay with your Dogs Were to find Dog Products. List of Vets and Natural Therapys Members Details on how to update your Information

Harrier Breed Fact Sheet

Dogs4Sale/Puppies4Sale I Dog Profiles I Breeders I Photo Gallery


Display your dog here!!

To display your photo here see Advertising


Harrier Breed Information

Group 4: Hounds

Energy Level: High

Original Function: Hunter of Hare

Temperament: Cheerful, sweet-tempered, and tolerant, it is excellent with children. This pack dog is good with other dogs, but should be supervised with non-canine pets – unless it is raised with them from puppyhood. It prefers life in a pack with people, dogs, or both. This active dog likes to go exploring, sniffing and trailing, so be sure to keep it on a leash or in a safe enclosed area.

Characteristics: A natural ability to hunt. Normally hunted on horse, but slower in pace than the Foxhound enabling him to be followed on foot.

Recommended for: Active people & families.

Be Aware: Love to chase things.

Lifespan: 12-15 yrs


Height: 48-53cm (19"-21")

Colour: Tri-colour - Black/White/Tan or Pied - Fawn/White

Coat: Short, dense & glossy

General Appearance: Medium sized. Broad head with powerful square muzzle & broad pendent ears. Dark round shaped eyes. Tail is long.



The Harrier stands mid-way between the Beagle and the Foxhound in height. It is assumed that they are descended from the Greek hounds brought to Britain. They were bred to hunt hare, they are a pack animal and usually prefer the company of the pack to humans. They are friendly, outgoing and fun loving, a true hound, they are energetic, independent, self-willed and persistent. Because they are naturally independent, sometimes have a stubborn nature, obedience training is highly recommended.

Grooming- easy coat to care for, only requiring a brush and a wash when necessary.

Exercise- plenty of exercise is needed to keep them fit and happy.

Health- For Diet and other general dog health information Health/Nutrition


Puppy & Dogs4sale adverts

Currently no ads please check again soon

Kennel Pup or Dog Location
Click View



Dog Profiles

Currently no ads please check again soon

Kennel Location
Click View




If no puppies are advertised for this breed. The site is formatted, so you can find breeders of the breed you are interested in and contact them directly to help find what you are looking for.



Other information on this breed



© 2001 - 2017 Dogs4Sale. All rights reserved.