Scottish Terrier dog breed

Scottish Terrier breed information

The scottish terrier comes across as a quite wise dog breed. The dog thrives best when doing tasks that involve mental challenges.

Many dogs sheds a lot, but this is not something that can be claimed onscottish terrier. Although frequent grooming of the coat is not strictly necessary, it contributes to the dog's overall well-being and prosperity.

The scottish terrier dog should be a pleasure to to train with, but individual differences in the dog breed is expected. The dog breed are often focused in what it is doing, and easy to deal with. A dog breed thrive in the woods, or on long air trips and is often a good companion. The dog breed appreciate exercise, but are not as demanding as many other breeds.

Aggression between dogs vary more between individuals than between various dog breeds, but the tendency for dog aggression is perhaps somewhat higher in scottish terrier. The breed is considered child friendly but generalization here can be adversely. However, you should never leave small children alone with dogs. Many dogs are good with children, but differences within the breed is also quite large. As distant descendants of the wolf this type of breed still have some strong instincts. Puppies tend to play-bite, and this can increase lung adulthood if one ignores the problem.

This is a robust dog that can tolerate cold and low temperatures nice and thrive winter and summer. Like fun and games? It also makes these dogs! Whlie it is possible to keep these dogs in an apartment, it is not the ideal for this breed.

The dog's anatomy: A scottish terrier is a interesting race wireharied coat, and a dog that will make heads turn.

Health: The health for scottish terriers varies and varies between individuals. Reported health issues are Skin diseases, hypothyroidism, common canine disorders and other general common diseases in dogs.

More information about the dog: The scottish terrier originates from United Kingdom. The dog breed is very popular and easy to find in classified ads and even in animal shops. Scottish Terriers were initially bred for hunt small ground vermin, foxes and badgers. Other names for the dog breed is scottie.

Approved kennel clubs: American Kennel Club places the dog breed in the group «terriers». United Kennel Club files the dog breed in the category «terrier». Scottish Terrier has been catalogued with International Federation of Kennel Clubs and their list of dog breeds as #73 in section «Small Terriers» (3.2) in the group «terriers» (registered 1987-06-24). Also recognized by the Canadian Kennel as «terriers».

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