The Scottish Terrier has a proud and dignified look, giving him a little bit of the British flair that only he knows the secret.
This stocky, lively little dog leaves behind an impression of great vivacity and power, but in a small size.
Despite his size, which is suitable for hunting in burrows, he has a look imbued with great dignity.
Between 25 and 28 cm (9.84 to 11.02 inches) for the male
Between 25 and 28 cm (9.84 to 11.02 inches) for the female
Between 8 and 10 kg (17.64 to 22.05 pounds) for the male
Between 8 and 10 kg (17.64 to 22.05 pounds) for the female
His coat can vary; black, wheat, salt and pepper in all their shades and brindle are all possibilities for the Scottish Terrier.
His surface hair is rough, thick and hard. His undercoat is dense, woolly and rather short.
The Scottish Terrier's head has a flat skull and a slight stop. His almond-shaped eyes are dark, usually in shades of dark brown.
Straight ears are pointed and well defined. His nose is black. His tail, broad at the base and of medium length, may be slightly curved, but is carried straight.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 3, section 2 and is #73