The Scottish Terrier is a small dog with a big personality. In the 1700s, breeders began developing what would eventually become the Scottish Terrier. The breed’s original name was the Aberdeen Terrier, a tribute to the Scottish town of the same name. The fourth Earl of Dumbarton nicknamed the Scottish Terrier “little diehard,” and the breed still lives up to that name today. They are active dogs, and while they are tiny, they are very brave. Originally used to hunt animals such as rabbit, otter, fox, and badgers, the Scottish Terrier is still a great watchdog and a terrific companion.
Scottish Terrier , Male $2,130
DOB : 4-12-21