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West Highland White Terrier
Characteristics of this breed:
The stocky, little Westie dog comes from the Scottish Highlands and is thought to be the white descendent of the Scottish Terrier. The King of England wanted this breed created as a gift to France in the early 16th century.
This fluffy dog packs a lot of personality and spunk in their compact body. Their confidence makes them excellent watchdogs and their affectionate nature makes them ideal pets too.
Characteristics in Dogzer:
A well-rounded dog in all its skills
Westie: a white hunting dog
The Westie - also called the traditional West Highland White Terrier - is a dog breed originally from Scotland. The Westie came from a cross-breed between a Cairn terrier and a Maltese dog, from which they get their white color. Even though similar types of dogs have been identified in the 17th century, the West Highland Terrier is a recent breed. It was officially recognized by the English Kennel Club in 1906.
The Westie was also known as a White Cairn Terrier. Currently, it''s one of the most popular breeds in Scotland, France and around the world. The obsession for this little terrier means that there are more than 2500 Westies born every year.
The Westie is a full-fledged hunting dog. As it was created for this, it''s a ruthless hunter and shouldn''t be confused with a lap dog. As a very sporty and well-balanced dog, it enjoys big outings in nature. What''s more, sports such as Agility are really good for them. Other than these exterior qualities, you can see a number of good interior characteristics in them. Westies are very affectionate dogs. They bond with their master and prove very social towards others. The Westie is an excellent companion especially if you like going for walks or runs. Even though they are not necessarily guard dogs, they can be very protective of their family.