Grand Guignol
Origins North of Scotland
Feed Daily feed of 80g of meat with rice and vegetables or dry dog food with low fat and protein content
Height and Weight between 25 and 28 cm. The weight varies from 9 to 10.5 kilos
Character Scottish Terriers are bright, quick and proud. They are famous for their independence and self-confidence. They are playful and intelligent and have been nicknamed "Diehard" due to their strong character and determination. They can sometimes be quite obstinate and as the breed has a tendency to be stubborn, firm handling is necessary from birth, otherwise they won't be easily trained.
They are sometimes considered to be aloof, but actually they are extremely loyal to their owners. This breed has often been described as tempestuous but equally very sensitive. A Scottish terrier will become fond of the person who pays it most attention during the early period of its life when it is still a puppy. This is why it is generally known as a "one man dog."


They are excellent guard dogs thanks to their innate tendency to bark only when necessary, usually when they sense a stranger. They are fearless but can be aggressive with other dogs unless they have grown up with them.
Colour and coat Harsh coat with a soft undercoat. Colours: Black, Brindle, Wheaten.
Famous Scottish The Scottie is the only breed of dog that has lived in the White House three times. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was renowned for owning a Scottie named Fala. Fala was a gift to the President from his cousin, Margaret Stuckley. The President loved Fala so much that he rarely went anywhere without him. Roosevelt had several Scotties before Fala including one named Duffy and another one named Mr. Duffy.


More recently, President George W. Bush has owned two Scottish terriers, Barney and Miss Beazley.
Other famous people who are known to have owned Scotties include: Humphrey Bogart; Bette Davis; Julie Andrews; Liza Minnelli; E.B. White; Queen Victoria; Ronald Reagan; Theodore Roosevelt; Dorothy Lamour; Eva Braun and Shirley Temple among others.


A famous fictional Scottie is Jock from the Disney feature film Lady and the Tramp, where he acted as the retired captain with a Scottish tartan overcoat. In 1955, when the movie was originally released, Jock became one of the most popular dog names of the time. A Scottish Terrier and a West Highland White Terrier are also featured on the Black & White whisky label.


A Scottie dog is also renowned for featuring in the popular board game, Monopoly, as a player token. When the game was first created in the 1930s Scotties were one of the most popular pets in America. It is also one of the most popular Monopoly game tokens, according to Matt Collins, vice president of marketing for Hasbro.
In May 2007, Carnegie Mellon University officially named the Scottish Terrier its official mascot., as did the Agnes Scott College in Georgia. Chum a make of dog food uses the Scottie as its emblem, as does the cloche company Juicy Couture.


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