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West Highland White Terrier Breed Guide

West Highland White Terrier Breed Guide

The West Highland White Terrier (westie, west) is a sturdy, long-bodied, muscular, short-legged dog. The head of a West Highland Terrier is large, his muzzle is square and his nose -back straight. There is a defined stop and his nose is black.

He has large teeth that meet in a scissors bite. His eyes are dark and have an intelligent look. The ears of a West Highland White Terrier are small, erect and set wide apart while the neck is sturdy and the back is stiff with a wide lumbar. The Limbs are in a parallel position, they are short with small claws and round, closed toes. The undocked tail of West Highland White Terriers is straight. The white coat is of medium length, dense and hard-stranded.


West Highland White Terrier Temperemant

West Highland White Terriers are brave, self-confident and independent but very playful. West Highland White Terriers however are generally distrustful with strangers. He makes a pleasant apartment dog with excellent guard tendencies. We may say he is an ideal family member and does not fall within the typical drawing-room line.

West Highland White Terriers fit perfectly into their environment by not being aggressive and being a good playmate. West Highland White Terriers specifically require constant contact with family members to be kept happy. He can be well-kept in an urban apartment as well. His body is small but elegant, his strength ideally combines with his activity. His erect ears give an attractive design to his round head. His white, thick coat protects him from cold and dry. He has a powerful, dynamic movement.

The Westie is a very playful dog and has proved to be very popular as a family pet.

English name: West Highland White Terrier
German name: West Highland White Terrier
French name: West Highland White Terrier
Spanish name: West Highland White Terrier

The WestHighland White Terrier (westie, west) is a sturdy, long-bodied, muscular,short-legged dog. The head of a West Highland Terrier is large, his muzzle issquare and his nose -back straight. There is a defined stop and his nose isblack.

 

He has largeteeth that meet in a scissors bite. His eyes are dark and have an intelligent look.The ears of a West Highland White Terrier are small, erect and set wide apartwhile the neck is sturdy and the back is stiff with a wide lumbar. The Limbs arein a parallel position, they are short with small claws and round, closed toes.The undocked tail of West Highland White Terriers is straight. The white coat isof medium length, dense and hard-stranded.

 

 

West HighlandWhite Terrier Temperemant

 

West HighlandWhite Terriers are brave, self-confident and independent but very playful. WestHighland White Terriers however are generally distrustful with strangers. Hemakes a pleasant apartment dog with excellent guard tendencies. We may say heis an ideal family member and does not fall within the typical drawing-roomline.

 

West HighlandWhite Terriers fit perfectly into their environment by not being aggressive andbeing a good playmate. West Highland White Terriers specifically requireconstant contact with family members to be kept happy. He can be well-kept inan urban apartment as well. His body is small but elegant, his strength ideallycombines with his activity. His erect ears give an attractive design to his roundhead. His white, thick coat protects him from cold and dry. He has a powerful,dynamic movement.

 

The Westie is avery playful dog and has proved to be very popular as a family pet.

 

 Eglish name: West Highland White Terrier

German name:West Highland White Terrier

French name:West Highland White Terrier

Spanish name:West Highland White Terrier

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