The Belgrade Terrier was a breed closely related to the Balkan Terrier in the early part of the 20th century. Prior to that it was likely a local pariah dog that was recognized for its vermin hunting abilities. Just before WWII effort was applied to renew interest and the quality of the breed but the war interupted that effort that never seemed to regain its momentum. Instead, the breeders that remained decided to re-invent the breed into something that would be greater appreciated as a companion rather than the serious and somewhat Pariah like hunter. Their result today appears more like a small hound mix. The dog pictured here is of the pre-WWII type. As the current "type" does not seem fixed, the description below remains blank.