Scottish Terrier

The Scottish Terrier or Scottie were known as Aberdeen Terrier, for the Scottish city of where it proceeds. As the Cairn, it was raised former I profess with the purpose of dispersing the small animals. The Scottie has existed during many centuries and taken many different forms. At the end of the XIX century it was exhibited beside the Skye, Dandie Dinmont and West Hightand White Terrier under the classification of Scottish Terriers. A lot of people still spread to think that the West Highland White and the Scottish Terriers are a single race. In fact, the line of reproduction of the Scottie began seriously around 1800. In 1892 he/she was formed the first Society of the Scottish Terrier in Scotland and there he/she was defined a standard for the race. 
Character and cares 
The Scottie spreads to be a person's dog or two, I maybe eat better it is it is as the spoilt dog of a couple without children. He/she has a friendly character, although it doesn't welcome the intruders well and neither he/she has interest in anybody outside of their human family. He likes to go for a walk, he loves games with ball, and it is very sport, homelike and independent. The Scottie requires a daily brushing. Their beard needs to be brushed and combed carefully, and its mantel should be orderly a couple of times a year.


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