Country of Origin: Scotland.
Coat: The hair on the coat is wiry and hard. Colors can be plain black, black with highlights, and wheat.
Character: Scotties become very attached to their family, are watchful, noble, and sporty, and think for themselves.
Temperament: The dog is naturally inclined to get along with other pets. Scotties are good with children, provided that the children treat them with kindness
Care: The coat needs to be professionally hand-plucked biannually. The chest, legs, and head are normally clipped. Regular grooming with a brush and comb is required.
Training: If training is consistent, it should be relatively easy. A Scottie's independence should always be respected in the training process.
Activity: The exercise needs of this dog are uncomplicated. It will adapt itself to the activity level of your family. Remember that it loves to dig.
Description : Also popularly known as "Scotties," Scottish Terriers are small and strong with short legs, pricked ears and naturally erect tail. They tend to be a one or two person dog and do best when pampered. While a little stubborn, they make loyal pets. They are good watchdogs, but need to be kept secured as they like to to go exploring.