Wire Fox Terrier entered the international exhibition earlier, dating back to the mid-19th century. At that time, however, there were some differences in their morphology. At the end of the 19th century, people reformed the wire Fox Terrier as a whole. From the beginning of the 20th century to the 1930s, it was the golden age of wire Fox Terrier. It is loved by people all over the world. They frequently appear on the big screen, and many celebrities choose this breed as their companion dog.
Among them, the dog next to King Edward VII was a wire Fox Terrier named Caesar, which even appeared at the funeral of Edward VII in 1910. Every move of the royal family has always been put under a magnifying glass and chased and imitated by the people. Caesar also became one of the important reasons for the popularity of wire Fox Terrier in the following decades.
Advertisement of Chanel perfume
In 1927, Chanel perfume was advertised using Wire Fox Terrier as the main element. Influenced by historical factors, it has always been regarded as a breed bred by the nobility, thus it is also regarded as a symbol of "nobility" and "elegance". It has appeared frequently in various film posters and brochures in recent decades, and has taken pictures with famous stars at that time, such as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn and so on.
Of course, the most familiar image of wire Fox Terrier is snow white in Tintin. The adventures of Tintin is a cartoon created for Belgian cartoonist George lemy. It focuses on exploration and discovery, supplemented by scientific fantasy. Since it was serialized in Belgian newspapers on January 10, 1929, it has been translated into many languages and many derivative works have become popular all over the world.
In the story, snow white is almost never separated from Tintin. It is endowed with a human side, and even can communicate with Tintin through actions and expressions. It's all white - it's actually an imagination, because wire fox terriers in real life basically have colored patches.
Some people think that the formation of this characteristic of snow white is due to the author's omission of a coloring procedure. Of course, in any case, the appearance of snow white as the protagonist in the adventures of Tintin just reflects the familiarity and love of people all over the world for wire Fox Terrier in the 1930s.