Living with a Scoland Terrier
Personality: The Scoland Terrire has an amazing personality. They are almost criminally intelligent and great fun to have.
Temperament: The Scoland Terrier is an affable, loving dog but with a self-opinionated approach to life making them a perfect Terrier.
Family Dog: The Scoland Terrier will make a great family dog provided children do not tease them. These dogs are Terriers and a bite will hurt.
Training: The Scoland Terrier is very smart and easy to train.
Behavior: The Scoland Terrier is a feisty and playful dog despite being small. They can play for hours.
Barking: The Scoland Terrier is no an excessive barker but you can definitely tell when they do.
Living Conditions: Give the Scoland Terrier a big soft basket, plenty of toys and a dark 'bolt hole' and you'll have a very happy little dog.
Scoland Terrier Appearance
Appearance: Akin to that of a Skye Terrier. The Scottie tendency is dominant with a slightly softer facial appearance.
Body: The body of the Scoland Terrier is stocky like that of a Skye or Scottie with a slight 'bulldog' stance which gives them a robust and stable appearance.
Gait: The gait of the Scoland Terrier is cocky like that of other Scottish breeds.
Tail: The tail of the Scoland Terrier resembles that of a Scottie or Skye Terrier.
Color: The coat of the Scoland Terrier can be Wheaten in color.
Scoland Terrier Health
Skin Health: The overall skin health of the Scoland Terrier is much better than that of a Westie.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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