Can a Scottish Terrier kill a badger?

The rugged Scottish Terrier was employed to hunt badgers, foxes, otters and all manner of vermin around the home or stables. The breed is a very territorial type and will generally not tolerate other pets in the home, especially smaller animals. Scottish Terriers often make good watch dogs.

Are Scottish Terriers lap dogs?

The Scottish Terrier is not a lap dog, he was born to get outside and run. The Scottish Terrier is intelligent and independent: training him will require patience. The Scottish Terrier will chase small animals into the street and should always be protected from himself.

Is there a rescue group for Scottish Terriers?

Scottish Terrier Rescue groups operate in the recovery, rehabilitation, evaluation and re-homing of purebred Scotties in permanent homes suited to the temperament of the specific Scottie.

Where can I find a good home for a Scottish Terrier?

Browse through adoptable Scotties, and get in touch with reputable Scottie Breeders as well as Scottish Terrier clubs and Scottie rescue organizations. Need to Rehome a Scottish Terrier? Pet Adoptions Network can help! Our expert team of pet lovers will find your Scottie a good home safely, inexpensively and effectively.

Is there a Scottish terrier rescue in Florida?

Scottish Terrier Rescue of Florida (STROF) is an independent nonprofit all-volunteer charitable organization designated by the IRS as a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization (#47-4925001). Scottish Terrier Rescue of Florida is compliant with registration in the State of Florida under the Solicitation of Contributions Act (#CH45495).

Are there any health problems with Scottish Terriers?

The Scottish terrier is not known for being particularly plagued with health concerns, but like many purebred dogs, it does have some common health problems to be aware of. The National Breed Club recommends that you ask for a DNA test for Von Willebrand’s Disease and a patella evaluation.