Scoodle or Scottie Poo – The Scottish Terrier Poodle Mix

Scooter or Scottie Poo – The Scottish Terrier Poodle Mix

Scottie Poop Puppies For Sale: What’s So Special About Them?

The first thing you need to know about scotty poo puppies is that they are very rare. They have been bred only once before in history. That was in 1885 when two dogs were crossed to produce the offspring known as the “Scotch Poof”. These dogs were so unique that they became extremely valuable. They sold for $100 each! Even today, scotty poo puppies sell for thousands of dollars.

They are not just expensive because they are rare; it is also because there aren’t many of them left. There are only around 150 purebred scotty poo puppies alive today and most of these are owned by collectors or breeders who want to own one of the few remaining specimens.

What Makes A Good Scooty Poo Puppy?

There are several things that make a good scootypoo puppy. First, they must be healthy. Healthy puppies will grow up to be strong and sturdy dogs. Second, they must be spayed/neutered (unless they are female). Third, their eyes should always be clear and free from any eye problems such as cataracts or glaucoma. Finally, you should always see the parents of a puppy before you buy.

Are They Easy To Train?

A lot of people think that because the scotty poo is part poodle, they make good guard dogs. This is not true. While they are excellent watchdogs, they tend to be more friendly than protective. They will bark at anyone they don’t know, but given half a chance, they’ll soon be licking and jumping all over the stranger!

As family dogs, they are very affectionate and loving. They get on well with children and can be very attentive to their owners.

They can sometimes develop Small Dog Syndrome where they think they are dominant over their owners. This means they can be a little bossy at times. However, this can be trained out of them while they are still puppies. If not, you’re going to have to teach them yourself!

So Are They Good Family Dogs?

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