Scottish Deerhound Rescue

Scottish Deerhound Rescue
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Scottish Deerhound Rescue

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Scottish Deerhound Rescue Information: A Scottish Deerhound is an elegant, slender hunting dog with a rough coat. Scottish Deerhounds are gentle, well-mannered dogs. Deerhounds are extremely loyal and loving, especially toward children. This breed likes to chase and should not be around small pets such as hamsters, rabbits, or birds. Scottish Deerhounds do best with a large fenced yard or some acreage. Older dogs may be able to adapt to apartment life.

Scottish Deerhound Trivia: The Scottish Deerhound makes unusual vocal noises. Scottish Deerhounds are sight hounds bred for coursing red deer. A Scottish Deerhound is really a Greyhound with a wiry coat. The Scottish Deerhound was once known as the Royal Dog of Scotland. Sadly, during World War II, many owners destroyed their Deerhounds because of food shortages.