SCOTTIE PUPPY INFORMATION

September 2, 2017

Want the Best Scottie you can find?
Want a happy, loving, loyal friend?
Is health a priority?
Then you are on the right track.

Looking for a pet and don't care to show?
Interested in showing but don't know how 
to go about it? We can help.

Have you had a Scottie before and would
be interested in a retired show dog?
We can help.

Charthill is recognized by AKC as
BREEDER OF MERIT

Member of the Scottish Terrier Club of America
we sign a strict code of ethics
  and only breed to improve 
on temperament & health with sound, strong 
but handsome Scotties.
We are not a commercial kennel! 
We have over 35 years of hobby breeding 
and showing with over 200 champions
We would like to help you give 
your heart to a new Scottie.
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Availability:
Male puppies from Champion parents born June 22.
 Please send us an email or call
  EmailUse "Scottie" in the subject line.
Call 864-640-1848

The following links will help you find the right breeder.

Buying a Scottie

Buying a Scottie to Show

About Us.

IS A SCOTTIE FOR YOU?

FENCES

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to share with your family. 
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TO SEE PICTURES OF HAPPY SCOTTIES WITH
THEIR OWNERS, CLICK ON THE DOG

If you are interested perhaps in an older Scottish Terrier 
puppy or dog who has been retired from the showring, 
or didn't quite make the grade as a showdog, 
please ask about that also.

A COUPLE OF THINGS TO REMEMBER..

Our puppies have AKC champion fathers and mothers.
We are proud of them and they are lovingly home raised.

click here 
 

Also-
Fashion has played a trick on children today. 
The clothing manufacturers have put cute Scotties all over kids clothes
right along side teddy bears.  Scotties are not teddy bears, 
and they are really not a child's dog. 
They may get along well with children, but
they really "belong" to the adult in the home. 
Don't buy your young child a Scottie as a gift. 
If you have children, and don't have a fence, you should consider 
that your dog will certainly get out the door, and most Scotties don't come back.
All Scotties really need a real fence, not "invisible"with shock collar.. 









































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