Dandie Dinmont Terrier

The Dandie Dinmont Terrier originated in Scotland and was bred to hunt down rodents, rabbits, weasels, badger, skunks and otters. These dogs are a mixture of the Skye Terrier and the Scotch Terrier which gives them their unique elongated body shape.

This breed is friendly, loving and make good family pets. They interact well with children and are highly devoted to their owners but are not a needy breed.

The Dandie Dinmont will enjoy their own space but will also cherish the time spent with their owners as they are affectionate and thrive on the attention they get. Although this breed is a great companion, they will need to be socialized with smaller animals such as cats when they're puppies to ensure they will be stable around them as adults.

The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is a unique looking dog that has a body longer than they are tall. They have large floppy ears and a short muzzle. The body of this breed is compact and muscular, giving them the agility and strength to hunt down animals that are almost the same size as them! The Dandie Dinmont will come in 2 colouring of fur that will be a darker version when they're born and lighten as they age.

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