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Scottish Terrier

Scottish Terrier The Scottish Terrier breed is well known for its unique and well-known profile and die-hard spirit. Though small they are resilient. The Scottish Terrier's Behavior Source: AKC, Breeds of Dogs (www.thebreedsofdogs.com/SCOTTISH_TERRIER.htm) Recommended for: pet, working dog The Scottish Terrier dog breed carries the terrier traits--quick, alert, and feisty--to extremes. Yet on the whole the breed tends to be stable and steady-going. They exude ruggedness and power. These qualities make Scottish Terriers an ideal watchdog and vermin hunter but if untrained, this will lead to other smaller animals being attacked and people being bitten. But if properly housebroken and taught, their great character and loyalty will shine. Remember that breed only provides a general clue as to any individual dog's actual behavior. Make sure to get to know dogs well before bringing them into your home. The Scottish Terrier's Physical Characteristics Here are some of the characteristics of the Scottish Terrier breed as determined by the American Kennel Club's published breed standard.

  • Size: 10 inches for both genders
  • Coat: broken; outer coat: hard, wiry; undercoat: soft, dense
  • Color: black, wheaten, brindle
  • Eyes: set wide apart, small, bright and piercing look, almond-shaped
  • Ears: small, prick, set high, pointed, short-haired
  • Muzzle: approximately equal to length of skull, slight taper towards nose
  • Nose: black, good size, projecting forward
  • Tail: about 7 inches long, set high, carried erectly, thick-based, tapering, covered with hair

The Scottish Terrier's Origins and History Source: Wikipedia. Country/Region of Origin: Scotland Name: also simply known as Scottie, or Scotty and once known as the Aberdeen Terrier Historical notes: Scottish Terrier dogs were originally bred in 1700 until final size and shape was achieved in the late 1800's. They are natural diggers and were nicknamed "little diehard" by King James III of England.



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