Developed in Scotland, the Skye Terrier is an elegant, good-natured dog. Skye Terriers tend to be somewhat reserved, but they bond very closely with their family and love to be active. Skyes excel in many areas, including obedience, agility, therapy, and companionship, and are overall very steady, intelligent dogs. They have long, soft hair that covers their forehead and eyes, can have erect or flat-laying ears, and come in a variety of colors. Skye Terriers make wonderful housepets and loyal companions in both small and Large Living Spaces.
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Cairn Terrier originally descended from Scotland such as all the other terrier breeds, and this specific one was bred more than 200 years ago. You may recognize the Cairn Terrier as Toto from the movie, The Wizard of Oz. This breed is very intelligent and curious, but just like all the other terriers, it tends to be independent-minded, tough, but still a great watchdog. Cairn is the happiest when they can hang around their humans. Don’t leave your Cairn alone for a long time because he might become destructive. This breed has a high energy level, loves digging, chasing, and barking. Cairn Terriers love kids and are highly tolerant of them. With early socialization and training, they are very respectful of other animals. Cairn Terrier’s size is about 9 to 11 inches, and he weighs about 14 pounds.
The Scottish Terrier is a compact, short-legged, sturdy dog that was bred in Scotland to be a fierce hunter of foxes and badgers. The Scotties’ black coats, long heads and beards make them an easily recognizable breed. Scotties make excellent companions and watchdogs.