Male scottish terrier mix, weighs 15 lbs. Not neutered, but will be soon. Vet thinks he's about 1 year old. He has a very sweet and gentle disposition and is highly affectionate. He has been great with my kids (6yrs and 9 mths old) and great with my chocolate lab. Seems to like other small dogs as well. He is very smart and learns fast. I think I've got him house trained, we haven't had an accident in almost 3 weeks. He is a quiet guy and enjoys being outside to chase cats and squirrels and sniff every inch of the backyard. He is happy in an indoor kennel over night and when I'm at work. He loves to play fetch with a tennis ball. His dark side is that he is a chewer, and he likes to try to dig under the fence to escape, or sneak past your legs when you open the door. I find a good rawhide bone keeps him satisfied and a few bricks laid under the gate has kept him contained. He is an escape artist, and he runs fast... 😆
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