I have been interested in this breed for a while, so when AHT was recognized by the Nordic Kennel Union in 2017, meaning they can be registrated in Norwegian Kennel Club and are allowed at shows, I started to search for a puppy - or 4.
history: The breeding of the American Hairless Terriers (AHT) began in the early 1972's when a hairless puppy was born into a litter of mid-size Rat Terriers. This was not the first hairless puppy born to these parents, but it was the first to be given to
a couple in Louisiana, Edwin and Willie Scott, who immediately fell in love with this female puppy and named her Josephine. Josephine became the foundation for the American Hairless Terrier breed.