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If you're lucky enough to meet the rare American hairless terrier, you can expect to be welcomed with a pawsitively playful energy. These fun-loving pups, sometimes known as the hairless rat terrier, can be best described as spunky little balls of cheerful, curious, and upbeat energy. Although there is no such thing as a 100-percent hypoallergenic dog, the American hairless terrier can be a great choice for allergy sufferers. The only hair you'll find on them is their eyebrows and whiskers, so shedding is minimal (if anything at all). They are active dogs that love playtime with children and other pups. But because they have a high prey drive thanks to their hunting history, they may not play well with cats or other small animals. However, if American hairless terrier puppies are socialized with other small animals when they are young, becoming friends with cats and other pets isn't entirely out of the question. As intelligent, curious, and lively dogs, they certainly won't be happy cooped up all day alone. When you initially imagine a hairless dog, you might picture a dog with light pink skin. However, American hairless terriers have pigmentation that can vary greatly. This breed can be black, white, grey, blue, red, or brown, and they can be born one solid color or a combination of two or three. Standing at just 12–16 inches tall and weighing under 16 pounds, the hairless terrier has a small yet well-muscled stature.