Why You Should Crate Train Your Scottie

Crates are essential for safety for Scotties up to 2 years old because they chew things, and unless you are in the room with eyes on them, every single minute, they can and will chew lamp cords, furniture, shoes, eyeglasses, purses, remote controls, Christmas decorations, books, magazines, mail, door frames,…

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Kingsdale Scottie wins “Best of Opposite Sex” in Best of Breed competition

Kingsdale Scottish Terrier wins Best of Opposite Sex at show

Kingsdale Scottish Terriers is delighted to announce that our girl, Sno Pond’s My Miss Markle at Kingsdale. “Markie,” received the nod from judge Dr. Steve Keating, for Best of Opposite Sex in the Best of Breed class at the First Company Governor’s Foot Guard Athletic Association dog show held Sunday, March 1,…

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“Best of Winners” at Great Barrington Kennel Club show 2/02/20

Kingsdale Scottish Terriers breeds and shows Scotties in NY

02/02/2020 was a special day, beyond the actual date. Our lovely brindle girl, Sno Pond’s My Miss Markle at Kingsdale, was awarded Best of Winners at the Great Barrington Kennel Club Dog Show, in Springfield, MA.We were grateful that the highly regarded terrier judge, Mrs. Nancy Smith Hafner, recognized Markie’s qualities….

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The Kingsdale Scottish Terriers family grew in 2018

Two Scottish Terrier show puppies came to Kingsdale Scottish Terriers in 2018

Our Scottie family grew in 2018. We acquired two Scottie show girls, Markie (Sno Pond’s My Miss Markle at Kingsdale) and Maddie (Glenn Eyrie’s You Be U at Kingsdale). Also, Ruth, (Kingsdale’s NotoriousRBG) was one of Nessie’s 3 puppies born in October, 2018! On deck in this picture, Maddie, left…

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Video: Markie & Madison’s First Frolic in Snow, Nov. 2018

Markie and Madison are two Scottish Terrier puppies who Kingsdale Scottish Terriers acquired this year. Born in 2018, the girls are 8 months and 6 months of age, respectively. This is their first experience with snow! Show ring, barn hunt, and agility competitions lie in their future, but for now, it's all fun and games!