At what age do Scottish terriers stop growing?

At what age is a Scottish Terrier fully grown?

“On average, small breeds typically stop growing by the time they reach 6 to 8 months of age.” Medium breed puppies might take just a bit longer to grow, reaching their adult size at around 12 months of age.

Do Scottie dogs smell?

You’ll quickly learn to put away your socks, because they look and smell exactly like the rats that this dog has been bred to chase. Nothing is more fun to a Scottie than being chased around the house with a sock, no matter how old they get.

What kind of dog is tramp?

Larry Roberts as Tramp, a mixed breed dog of apparent Terrier ancestry, with a knack for dodging dog-catchers. He calls Lady “Pidge”, short for Pigeon, which he calls her owing to her naivety. He never refers to himself by name, although most of the film’s canine cast refer to him as the Tramp.

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