mr bulldog los angels Logo
img

Scottish Terrier
Scotish terrier burleska 2005.jpg
A black Scottish Terrier
Common nicknames Scottie, Aberdeenie
Origin Scotland
Traits
Weight Male 8.5–10 kg (19–22 lb)
Female 8–9.5 kg (18–21 lb)
Height Male 25 cm (9.8 in)
Female 25 cm (9.8 in)
Coat double (hard wiry & soft undercoat)
Colour Black, Brindle, Wheaten
Litter size 1-6
Life span 11 to 13 years
Classification / standards
FCI Group 3, Section 2 Small Terriers #73 standard
AKC Terrier standard
ANKC Group 2 (Terriers) standard
CKC Group 4 - Terriers standard
KC (UK) Terrier standard
NZKC Terrier standard
UKC Terriers standard
Notes National dog of Scotland
Domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris)

Scottish Terrier

Home >> Puppies >> Scottish Terrier
Results : 1 1

Results : 1 1

The Scottish Terrier (also known as the Aberdeen Terrier), popularly called the Scottie, is a breed of dog. Initially one of the highland breeds of terrier that were grouped under the name of Skye Terrier, it is one of five breeds of terrier that originated in Scotland, the other four being the modern Skye, Cairn, Dandie Dinmont, and West Highland White Terrier. They are an independent and rugged breed with a wiry outer coat and a soft dense undercoat. The First Earl of Dumbarton nicknamed the breed "the diehard". The modern breed is said to be able to trace its lineage back to a single female, named Splinter II.


They are a small breed of terrier with a distinctive shape and have had many roles in popular culture. They have been owned by a variety of celebrities, including the 32nd President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, whose Scottie "Fala" is included with FDR in a statue in Washington, D.C., as well as the 43rd President George W. Bush. They are also well known for being a playing piece in the board game Monopoly. Described as a territorial, feisty dog, they can make a good watchdog and tend to be very loyal to their family. Healthwise, Scottish Terriers can be more prone to bleeding disorders, joint disorders, autoimmune diseases, allergies, and cancer than some other breeds of dog and there is a condition named after the breed called Scotty cramp. They are also one of the more successful dog breeds at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show with a recent best in show in 2010.




The Scottish Terrier is a small, compact, short-legged, sturdily-built terrier of good bone and substance. They have a hard, wiry, weather-resistant coat and a thick-set, cobby body which is hung between short, heavy legs. These characteristics, joined with his very special keen, piercing, "varminty" expression, and his erect ears and tail are salient features of the breed. The Scottish Terrier's bold, confident, dignified aspect exemplifies power in a small package. The eyes should be small, bright and piercing, and almond-shaped not round. The color should be dark brown or nearly black, the darker the better. The ears should be small, prick, set well up on the skull and pointed, but never cut. They should be covered with short velvety hair.[1]


Height at withers for both genders should be roughly 25 cm (9.8 in), and the length of back from withers to tail is roughly 28 cm (11 in). Generally a well-balanced Scottie dog should weigh from 8.5 to 10 kg (19 to 22 lb) and a female from 8 to 9.5 kg (18 to 21 lb). It is about 10 to 11 inches (25 to 28 cm) in height.[2]


The Scottish Terrier typically has a hard, wiry outer coat with a soft, dense undercoat. The coat should be trimmed and blended into the furnishings to give a distinct Scottish Terrier outline. The longer coat on the beard, legs and lower body may be slightly softer than the body coat but should not be or appear fluffy.[1]


The coat colours range from dark gray to jet black and brindle, a mix of black and brown. Scotties with wheaten (straw to nearly white) coats sometimes occur, and are similar in appearance to the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier or West Highland White Terrier.


Scotties are territorial, alert, quick moving and feisty, perhaps even more so than other terrier breeds. The breed is known to be independent and self-assured, playful, intelligent and has been nicknamed the 'Diehard' because of its rugged nature and endless determination.[3] The "Diehard" nickname was originally given to it in the 19th century by George, the fourth

bullet Puppy for sale

Airedale Terrier Mix(1) Basset Hound BEAGLE(4) Bichon Frise(8) Boston Terrier(2) BOSTON-CHIHUAHUA (2) BOXER BULL TERRIER(15) Cavalier King Charles(1) Chihuahua(67) CHIHUAHUA MIX(1) CHIHUAHUA-PEKINGESE Chiweenie(9) CHORKIE(9) CHOW-CHOW CHUG(5) Cocka-Chon(2) COCKA-SHIH TZU(4) Cocka-Tzu(3) Cockapoo(79) Cocker Spaniel(2) Dachshund DACHSHUND-TERRIER MIX Doberman Pinscher(1) English Bulldog(417) English Shepherd(2) French Bulldog(57) German Shepherd(24) GOLDEN RETRIEVER(12) GOLDENDOODLE(4) HAVANESE(1) Husky-Poodle(2) JACKRUSSEL-CHIHUAHUA Labrador Retriever(28) Labrador Retriever Mix(1) LHASA-POO(2) LONG HAIR CHIHUAHUA Long Hair Chihuahua(1) Maltese(28) MALTESE-CHIHUAHUA(1) MALTESE-POMERANIAN(3) Maltese-ShihTzu(10) MALTI-POO(71) Miniature Dachshund(7) Miniature Pinscher(3) Miniature Schnauzer(2) Mlatipoo-Terrier Hybrid(1) MORKI-POO(1) MORKIE(14) OLDE ENGLISH BULLDOGGE(12) PEKAPOO(2) Pekingese-Chihuahua(2) PEKINGESE-MALTESE(2) PEKINGESE-SHIH TZU(5) POMERANIAN(9) Pomeranian-Chihuahua Mix(9) Pomeranian-Poodle(8) POO-MERANIAN POODLE(3) POODLE-CHIHUAHUA (4) PUG(14) ROTTWEILER(8) SCHNOODLE Scottish Terrier(1) SHEPHERD-HUSKY MIX(4) SHIBA INU(7) Shih Tzu(8) SHIH-POO(3) SIBERIAN HUSKY(8) t-cup maltese VALLEY BULLDOG(3) WELSH CORGI West Highland Terrier(2) Yorki-Chihuahua Mix Yorki-Nauzer(1) Yorki-Pom(1) YORKI-SHIHTZU YORKIE-POO(31) Yorkshire Terrier(49) YORKSHIRE TERRIER(5)