Scottish terrier
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British pronunciation/skˈɒtɪʃ tˈɛɹɪə/
American pronunciation/skˈɑːɾɪʃ tˈɛɹɪɚ/

a breed of dog with short legs, pointed ears, a powerful muzzle, and a long coat

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Scottish terrier definition and meaning

What is a "Scottish terrier"?

The Scottish Terrier, commonly referred to as the Scottie, is a small terrier breed known for its distinctive appearance and spirited personality. Scotties have a compact body with a long head, a distinctive beard, bushy eyebrows, and pointed ears that stand erect. They typically have a wiry coat that comes in colors such as black, brindle, or wheaten. Scotties are known for their bold, independent, and confident nature. They are often described as feisty, determined, and tenacious, with a strong prey drive. Despite their small size, Scotties are known for their courage and loyalty, making them excellent watchdogs. They are energetic and require regular exercise, but can adapt well to apartment living. Early socialization and training are important for Scotties to develop good manners and be well-behaved pets. Overall, Scottish Terriers make wonderful companions for those who appreciate their unique personality and appearance.

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