August 10, 2021
Hello, Scottie Lovers!
Looking for the Best Scottie you
a happy, loving, loyal friend?
health a priority?
you are on the right track.
Looking for a pet and still want
in showing but don't know how
go about it? We can help. We have
mentored many in showing and breeding.
Charthill is recognized by AKC as
OF MERIT PLATINUM
As member of the AKC
Scottish Terrier Club of America
we sign a strict code of ethics and only breed to improve
temperament & health with sound,strong
handsome and loving Scotties.
are not a commercial kennel! We do not
breed in bulk
have over 39 years of hobby breeding
showing with over 250 champions.
would like to help you give your heart to a new Scottie
and introduce you to the world of showing your pet.
Occasionally we have young adults fully trained&champions looking for a new home.(a "pet" is always the best show dog as your bond is tighter with your show quality pet)Puppies
are placed when we see that health is good and teeth
have come in correctly, but not before 12 weeks
Scotties can be a great house dog
and show also.
know how to go about it?
help many to achieve a CH title.
of today's most successful show kennels
been founded on Charthill Scotties with our mentoring.
Please send us an email
Click EmailUse "Scottie" in the subject
The following links will help you
find the right breeder.
Buying a Scottie
Buying a Scottie to Show
IS A SCOTTIE FOR
Feel free to print all of these
share with your family.
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TO SEE PICTURES OF HAPPY SCOTTIES
OWNERS, CLICK ON THE DOG
may be interested perhaps in an older Scottish Terrier
or dog who has been retired from the showring.
A COUPLE OF THINGS TO REMEMBER..
Our Scotties are descended from
many AKC champions.
are proud of them, and they are lovingly home raised.
are born in our bedroom
our dogs are not outside in a kennel.
has played a trick on children today.
clothing manufacturers have put cute Scotties all over kids clothes
along side teddy bears. Scotties are not teddy bears,
they are really not a child's dog.
may get along well with children, but
really "belong" to the adult in the home.
buy your young child a Scottie as a gift.
you have children and don't have a fence, you should consider
your dog will certainly get out the door, and most Scotties don't come back.
Scotties really need a real fence, not "invisible" with shock