Scottish Terrier Dog Breed
 

Scottish Terriers

Scottie

It is believed, by some, that the Scottish Terrier is the most ancient of the Highland terriers; that the other breeds are only offshoots from the parent stem, the Highland terrier.

A small but active dog, he's at home in the home or the countryside. This dog is active, even tempered, and devoted to his owner.

Height: at the shoulders for either sex 10 inches.

Weight: males, 19-22 pounds; females, 18-21 pounds.

Coat Type - The outer coat, close lying and harshly wired; the undercoat, soft and short. Colors - although black may seem the popular color, Scotties can be steel, iron gray, brindled or grizzled, sandy and wheaten.

Training Information

Scottish Terrier Club of America (M)

Corres. Secretary, Polly O'Neal, 4058 Stratford, Abilene, TX 79605

Breeder Contact, Polly O'Neal, 4058 Stratford, Abilene, TX 79605, (915) 672-4229 pbo@camalott.com

 


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