Two-year-old Flash “has the best personality,” says his dog mom, Kathy. “He’s super-easy to live with but ready at the drop of a hat to work. Flash loves to swim and run agility. I want to believe that out of all of those things, he loves me best."
Rat Terriers were cherished as loyal hunting companions and efficient killers of vermin on 20th century American farms: because of this, they were one of essentially the most well-liked dog varieties in the 1920s for the 1940s.