Our dogs

  • Jamaica Rum Magic Scotland – Maja
    d.o.b 23.02.2016
    Junior Champion of Poland
    Best Junior, XI National Dog Show, President’s Cup, Będzin 2016

    She came to our house shortly after my first beloved Scottie – Colombina Hooligans aka Lulu. I could not live without the presence of Scotiie and that is why Jamaica aka Maja came to live with us thanks to Dorota the owner of the Magic Scotland Kennel. Scottish terriers choose their owners themselves and it is not a fairytale but it is the truth. It was the case with both Lulu and Maja. She is a very joyful girl that followes her friend Spinone everywhere.

  • Colombina Hooligans Dogs – Lulu
    17.06.2012-31.02.2016
    Champion of Poland

    First Scottie in our house, amazing, exceptional that will stay forever in my heart.

Breed description

  • SCOTTISH TERRIER

    ORIGIN: Great Britain

    DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE OFFICIAL VALID STANDARD: 13.10.2010

    UTILIZATION: Terrier

    FCI-CLASSIFICATION:

         Group 3 Terriers

         Section 2 Small-sized Terriers

         Without working trial

  • The Scottish Terrier Club was formed in 1882, a year after the first standard for the breed was drawn up, and just three years after the start of the breed as we know it today by Capt Gordon Murray. He was strongly supported by the founder and first chairman of the Kennel Club, Mr Sewallis Evelyn Shirley.

    The public image of this short-legged terrier from the Highlands is often that of a dour Scot, but to his family and friends he is affectionate and cheerful although he will soon rouse himself at the slightest sound, with protectiveness as he prepares to guard his house and home.

  • Thick-set, of suitable size to go to ground, which would preclude dogs of excessive body weight, short-legged, alert in carriage and suggestive of great power and activity in small compass. Head gives impression of being long for size of dog. Very agile and active in spite of short legs.

  • Skull and foreface of equal length.

  • Loyal and faithful. Dignified, independent and reserved, but courageous and highly intelligent. Bold, but never aggressive.

  • HEAD:

    Long without being out of proportion to size of dog. Carried on muscular neck of moderate length showing quality.

    CRANIAL REGION:

    Skull: Nearly flat. Length of skull enabling it to be fairly wide and yet retain narrow appearance.

    Stop: Slight but distinct stop between skull and foreface just in front of eye.

    FACIAL REGION:

    Nose: Black. Large, and, in profile, the line from nose towards chin appears to slope backwards.

    Muzzle: Foreface strongly constructed and deep throughout.

    Jaws / Teeth: Teeth large with perfect and regular scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping the lower teeth and set square to the jaws.

    Cheeks: Cheek bones not protruding.

    Eyes: Almond-shaped, dark brown, fairly wide apart, well set under eyebrows with keen, intelligent expression.

    Ears: Neat, fine texture, pointed, erect and set on top of skull but not too close together. Large, wide-based ears highly undesirable.

  • Muscular and of moderate length showing quality.

  • BODY:

    Topline: Straight and level.

    Back: Proportionately short and very muscular.

    Loin: Muscular and deep.

    Chest: Fairly broad and hung between forelegs. Well rounded ribs flattening to deep chest and carried well back. Powerfully coupling ribs to hindquarters.

  • Moderate length giving general balance to dog, thick at root and tapering towards tip. Set on with upright carriage or slight bend.

  • FOREQUARTERS:

    General appearance: Brisket well in front of forelegs.

    Shoulder: Long, sloping.

    Elbow: Must not be out nor placed under body.

    Forearm: Straight, well boned.

    Metacarpus (Pastern): Straight.

    Forefeet: Good size, well padded, toes well arched and close-knit, forefeet slightly larger than hind feet.

    HINDQUARTERS:

    General appearance: Remarkably powerful for size of dog. Big, wide buttocks

    Thigh: Deep

    Stifle (Knee): Well bent

    Metatarsus (Rear pastern): Hocks short, strong, turning neither in nor out

    Hind feet: Good size, well padded, toes well arched and close-knit, hind feet slightly smaller than forefeet

  • Smooth and free, straight both back and front with drive from behind and level gait throughout.

  • Hair: Close-lying, double coat; undercoat short, dense and soft; outer coat harsh, dense and wiry, together making a weather-resisting covering.

    Colour: Black, wheaten or brindle of any shade.

  • Height at the withers: 25 – 28 cms

    Weight: 8,5 – 10,5 kgs

  • Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree and its effect upon the health and welfare of the dog.

  • · Aggressive or overly shy dogs

    · Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified

    N.B.:

    · Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum (this expression is obligatory in every standard)

    · Only functionally and clinically healthy dogs, with breed typical conformation should be used for breeding

FCI-Standard N° 73

Dogotherapy

Yuna von der Bayrischen Au – certified educational and therapy dog.

Jamaica Rum Magic Scotland – certified educational dog.

We have dogotherapy meetings together with learning English for kindergarten and school children. Below, you can find some of the photos from our visits to kindergartens and schools.

Contact details

Milena Starok

Tel: 606 707 902 

E-mail: dogoenglish [@] gmail.com / sklep [@] horseline.pl