Beautiful AKC registered top of the line Scotties for over 32yrs. When you are looking for professionalism, with honesty and integrity. Scotland Yard Scottish Terriers,known Worldwide for quality.Exclusively bred for the Scottish Terrier connoisseurs. Please give us a call if you would like to be added to our waiting list.We do not have any Farm raised,or raised outside in a barn puppies. All of our puppies are raised in the house, underfoot,to be given the best start possible. Puppies raised outside in buildings lack social skills needed for families,as well as trainability. Don't let your beginning with your new family member turn out poorly. We do not hide our prices until you call us, we are not in the business of price gouging. We offer the very best quality pups, at the very best prices. Puppy mills are advertising prices slightly lower, for non AKC pups that barely look like the breed standard. Other breeders will treat you like you are not worthy to own one of their pups to be able to charge you higher prices. We treat everyone with the same courtesy, and respect when you call us. You do not have to be looking for a show dog just a loving Companion. They are AKC dogs which insures the integrity, and health of your new Companion. CKC, AKA, amongst many other registries do not even insure your dog is a purebred Scottish Terrier.All of our pups come from genetically tested,proven lines, We offer a 2 year health guarantee, and a lifetime of support with all of our pups. We look forward to working with you on finding your next Companion to love. We will be happy to share pictures of current puppies with you after you contact us. We are currently accepting applications for our Winter litters now. 419-898-0792
Our bloodlines have been proven throughout many generations. Our breeders are tested, and clear of any of the Scottish Terrier ailments. We offer a 2 year Health Guarantee on all of our Companions. If for any reason they develop a life threatening ailment, and this is documented by a licensed veterinary clinic, we will replace that pup for you, at no cost to you.
Offering the longest health guarantee provided by any professional breeder, we have stood by our reputation for over 35 years.
We will gladly be a lifetime support to you, and your new Companion. Always here to answer any questions you may have.
We try to give them the best start possible, raised in house underfoot, we socialize them the proper way. We do not release them out into the public until they are properly vetted, and old enough. Most pups should never be out in a "farm environment" until puppy inoculations are complete. Handling by a variety of too many people at such a young age can easily cause damage to a young pup. We will be glad to send you photos of the pups after they are born, snuggled up with Mum in the helping box. We do not photograph puppies only a few days old, just to post for an advertisement. This is very irresponsible in the critical first 2 weeks of life, not to mention very upsetting to Mum to take newborn pups away for pictures. Safety is always our top priority.
The Scottie dog is an ancient breed with a distinct look.
Let’s face it, he’s one of the most iconic terrier types around.
His confidence has landed him the nickname of the “diehard” dog, as he is so resilient and independent.
Said to have human-like qualities, this breed is a popular choice.
Especially amongst owners who value cleverness, personality, and poise.
As you may have guessed from his name, the Scottish Terrier is believed to hail from Scotland.
Although this was up for debate during much of the 1800s,, since the breed is so ancient.
His type and origin had been largely undocumented until that point.
Still, it is likely that the Scottie is amongst the oldest terriers of the Scottish Highlands.
Despite their size, Scotties were bred to be bold and courageous, taking on fierce predators like foxes and badgers!
Although the Scottie is rather playful and fun as a puppy, he does grow up into a proud adult.
A properly trained Scottie will get on well with children who are gentle,and respectful.
The Scottish Terrier can be aloof with strangers.
And for this reason, experts recommend that he is socialized early on in puppyhood.
Early socialization and obedience training will be a key tool with this breed.
And help ensure he is adaptable and well trained to behave properly in new situations.
If you are considering the Scottie for your household, you should also keep in mind that this tiny terrier is very independent.
He does what he pleases and has lots of intelligence and a high level of energy that will need to be harnessed.
While he does not respond well to harsh training, he will need a patient and consistent hand to keep him focused.
Speaking of training, how do you train such an independent thinker?
With positive reinforcement, of course!
The Scottish Terrier is known for his independence and free-spirited ways.
This is a breed who is not only a snuggly little companion but is a free-thinker who likes to explore and burn lots of energy as well!
For this reason, the Scottie dog will need consistency and patience from his owners, and early socialization is a must.
Any obedience training should begin in puppyhood and then carry on throughout the Scottie’s lifetime.
As far as exercise goes, the Scottie is a terrier type with boundless amounts of energy!
Still, they make wonderful dogs for smaller homes and even apartments.
Lots of their energy can be used up during brisk, daily walks and games of play.
Tug of war, catch, and chase are all great games for this breed.
Playing with them not only helps to keep them in good shape, but it will also keep them in a good mood!
All to often I answer the phone, and on the other end of the line is the devastated person who has lost a beloved family member.
Unfortunately , one of the most common things I hear is that they have lost their pet to one of the horrible cancers, that can plague these beloved animals.
First, please do not be duped into believing if you spend more money for foriegn blood lines this will cure your problem. This is simply not the case.
The STCA,along with many other wonderful folks whom have donated their time too the researching of this troublesome issue,have managed to narrow it down too some of the most common causes.
1) That exposure to lawn and garden chemicals will increase the risk for TCC in Scottish Terriers;
2) That exposure to flea and tick products will increase the risk for TCC in Scotties:
3) That certain foods, in particular certain vegetables and vitamin supplements, fed on a routine basis, will reduce the risk for TCC in Scotties.
We follow these suggestions very closely,and had wonderful success in having cancer free dogs that live 13-15 years old. Once again proving diet, chemical treatments,and exposures play a much larger role in the problem,than bloodlines.Now we realize the importance of choosing the healthiest pups from the very best breeding stock,to insure a lifetime of love,health,and happiness for your Companions.However,spending a small fortune on a pup from overseas imported bloodlines is simply not necessary to ensure your new addition leads a good,cancer free life with you for many years.
Paying attention to many environmental exposures however,is.
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We have always used the safest shipping methods for the last 30 years. With the help from Delta airlines into your nearest airport, they take as good of care of your newest addition as you would expect.
Please inquire via email, or give us a call anytime. We would be happy to go over any details with you.
Our babies are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend or to ask any questions. We are a breeder of scottish terrier puppies with scottish terriers for sale.
Oak Harbor, Ohio, United States