Scottish Terrier
Breed Group: Terrier Weight: 6-8kgs Height: 30-32 cms Color(s): Black, wheaten, or brindle of any color Coat: The Scottish Terrier's coat is coarse with a soft and dense undercoat that provides protection from bad weather. The Scottie is most often black in color, but the coat may also be brindle, gray, sandy, and wheaten. They are never white. Distinct Feature: The Scottish Terrier exudes a bold and dignified manner.. Temperament: The Scottish Terrier will go anywhere and do anything. They have a dominant personality and a tendency to be territorial. The Scottie may show aggression to other dogs and cats if they are not socialized properly at an early age. They are good watchdogs and will not bark without good reason. Activity: The Scottish Terrier is always ready for an adventure and activity. They require long walks, stimulation, and play. The Scottie does not do well in extremely warm climates.
The Scottish Terrier, Scottie, and Aberdeen Terrier are three names for the same dog. It has one of the most distinctive builds of any dog, and it, of course, originated in Scotland. It is closely related to the West Highland White Terrier, another small breed. The predominant color of the Scottish Terrier is jet black. It has a head very large in proportion to its stout, small frame. It has squat, stubby legs, and a lot of hair around its face that emanates much like a beard. Written records describing it date back to the 15th century, but, barring drawings, no one can be sure of its initial appearance. They were oft described as ?little diehards? in some circles in Scotland. Their lifespan is 12 to 15 years. They do all right inside the house if enough exercise and daily walks are given. The Scottish Terrier is 10 to 11 inches at the withers, and it weighs 19 to 23 pounds. The ?withers? is nomenclature for the juncture of the neck and the back. This breed requires trims 6 times a year, and it can?t be bathed or else its skin will get parched and dry out. These dogs are often seen on merchandise. It loves to play ball, and it does well with older, considerate children. The Scottish Terrier is a short, agile, compact animal that comes in black, brindle, or wheaten. It has a jaunty attitude. This dog has a wiry coat. It?s willful and difficult to train. It loves to bark and chase anything that moves. It?s sensitive and emotive so its best masters are considerate in nature. Small children are dangerous to the breed because, unlike Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, it doesn?t like rough play. Some of the first excerpts from treatises of British dogs addresses this one. The British and Scottish lowlands and countryside are ideally suited to farming and varmint proliferation. Thus, these wily terriers had loads of work on their hands. These territorial troopers will bark loudly for a visitor, and it will defend its home against any type of rodents or small animals. It loves to chase small animals. It will even physically guard if it perceives a family threat. This dog has strong teeth that intruders don?t want to get bitten with. However, there are better guard dogs. The Scottish Terrier, along with the Cairn, Skye, Dandie Dinmont, and West Highland White Terrier, is a descendant of the Old Scotch Terrier. The Scotch excels at breeding terriers for ratting, watching, and companionship. Farmers and crofters owed their livelihoods to these dogs that hunted and killed wildlife around their homes. Crops, grain stores, and small farm animals could be injured ? if not for the Scottish Terrier?s help. Scottish Terriers need to be leashed in urban settings because cars often hit them.
Also called Aberdeen Terrier.
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