Living with a Scolden Terrier
Personality: The Scolden Terrier can be a very independant dog when you are around, but misses you when you are gone. They are loving dog with sudden bursts of energy but are constantly happy.
Family Dog: The Scolden Terrier makes a good family dog. They are typically great with kids and other dogs.
Shedding: The Scolden Terrier is a heavy shedder.
Grooming: The Scolden Terrier needs to be brushed often.
Training: The Scolden Terrier is very easy to train.
Behavior: The Scolden Terrier is a very independent, loving dog. Most Scoldens love water and playing fetch.
Barking: The Scolden Terrier doesn't bark often, but are very alert dogs.
Weather: The Scolden Terrier loves any weather but does better in cooler areas because of their long coat.
Exercise: The Scolden Terrier requires an average amount of exercise each day. They love to run around and have lots of energy.
Scolden Terrier Appearance
Appearance: The Scolden Terrier looks like Scottish Terrier with floppy ears. When they are puppies they look more like Retrievers, but as they age the Scottie comes out.
Size: The Scolden Terrier is around 15 inches tall and weighs about 25 to 30 pounds when fully grown.
Eyes: The eyes of the Scolden Terrier are almond shaped and brown in color.
Ears: The Scolden Terrier is typically born with floppy ears, some stay floppy as they mature and some some stand up.
Body: The Scolden Terrier has a stock build.
Forequarters: The forequarters of the Scolden Terrier are broad and muscular.
Tail: The Scolden Terrier has the Scottie's tail with a little curl.
Color: The coat of the Scolden Terrier can vary in color. Some common colors are golden and black.
Coat: The Scolden Terrier has a long, rough coat close to that of the Scottish Terrier.
Scolden Terrier Facts
Characteristics: The Scolden Terrier is very much like the Scottish Terrier. They love to be around people.
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