Grey House Terriers - overview
About Grey House Terriers
Our heritage, along with our name is Scottish and so are our dogs.We are dedicated to breeding Scotties and Westies only. Family members have had Scotties and Westies for many generations.Our puppies are born in our home, not in a cage, or outside in a kennel. They are played with and handled daily. We believe that these puppies grow up to be the type of pet you will love forever. They are socialized with children, (the grandkids love them), cats and other dogs. Our customers tell us they can tell these puppies have had a lot of attention and are well cared for. All puppies are checked several times by our vet and all puppies are up to date on their shots before leaving. All shot records are included, along with a puppy pack for starting out. We only breed our females once each year, as we believe healthy mom's have healthy pups. No visitors are allowed until the puppies have their first set of shots. We do everything in our power to make sure the puppy you receive is 100% healthy. We have 3-4 litters a year. Excellent Pedigrees (available upon request).
All adult dogs certified clear of vWD by Vet-Gen before they are bred. 1 year Genetic Guarantee.We do not advertise Full Registration available with every dog, as we know not every dog is suitable for the show ring, or for breeding, But nearly all dogs can be a wonderful companion. Please contact us for a reference that you may contact directly, we will supply you with references you can actually talk too. We do not ask our client's to leave a reference for this purpose, we want you to contact them and ask them your questions. We have customers who have come to us for their second, third and even their fourth dog. That tells you that we have the type of puppy you want to bring into your home. Be careful of breeders who breed multiple different types of dogs. Puppy mills are everywhere, so please use care with whom you do business with. Please, even if you don't adopt from us, choose wisely. Ask lots of questions, ask for references, and contact those references..We have done everything we can to keep our puppies affordable, while still being able to provide the best quality care.
You may find puppies for a lower price, but you won't find any that have better care or attention.
We can ship to all major US airports, weather permitting for a small additional cost..
To provide healthy, quality pets at an affordable price for those who love Scotties
About The Breed: Scottish Terrier
They were originally bred in Scotland (their first name was the Aberdeen Terrier) in about the 1700s, but had achieved their final size and shape by 1890. Scotties are natural "diggers," like other terriers, whose name derives from the same root as "terre," French for "earth." Scotties were originally bred to hunt badgers in the Highlands of Scotland. They were also bred with strong tails so that their owners could pull them out of holes when they would dig after vermin and voles. Their nickname is "little diehard" from James Francis Edward Stuart, the King descended from the Scottish line. Description
Scottish Terriers are a breed of dog best known for their distinctive profile, their fierce loyalty, and their die-hard spirit.
A Scottish Terrier, or Scottie, is a small but resilient terrier. Scotties are fast and have a muscular body, often appearing to be barrel chested. Its traditional grooming is shaggy-to-the-ground. The usual coat color ranges from dark gray to jet black. Scotties with 'Wheaten (straw to nearly white) coats sometimes occur, but should not be confused with the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier or West Highland White Terrier. General Information
Barney and Miss Beazley, pets of the President of the United States, George W. Bush, and his family.
Fala, pet of F.D.R.
Meggie, another Scottie belonging to Roosevelt.
Jock from Disney's Lady and the Tramp
Digger MacTtavish Leslie Kuva's Scottish Terrier** from the movie "Oh such Vanity"
The dog mascot for Chum dog food is also a Scottish Terrier
A Scottie is also one of the playing pieces in the board game, Monopoly (game) Physicality
Averages 10 inches. Talents and Skills
Hunting, tracking, watchdog, and performing tricks.
Welcoming a Scottish Terrier
Scottish Terrier Breeders
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