Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Dog Breed Profile - Scottish Terrier
The Scottish Terrier is a smart, spunky breed widely recognized by its dignified appearance.
Scotties tend to bond closely with their owners and families and are usually not as interested in attention from strangers. Because they can be strong-willed, it's important for owners to start training early to avoid power struggles. Although they are generally gentle with humans, they can show some aggression towards other dogs.
Scotties typically make better pets for older rather than younger children because, although they're generally fun and playful dogs, they can occasionally become moody and snappy.