Chilean Fox Terrier
The Chilean Fox Terrier also called the Chilean Rat Terrier or Ratonero is a mix between the 19th century Fox Terrier and Native American dogs. It is the original breed from Chile which originated in the late 1800s and was standardized over 100 years later, in the late 1990s.
The breed has a predominantly white, short coat with black and tan spots. It has high-set ears and a scissor bite.
The breed is easily trained, active, and generally healthy.