What is another name for the breed Scottish Terrier?
"Scottie Dog" and "Aberdeen Terrier"
The Doberman Pinscher was named after the breed founder, Louis Dobermann. The word ''Pinscher'' was added as it is German for Terrier. However, as the Doberman Pinscher is not actually a Terrier, the word ''Pinscher'' has been dropped from the name in the UK and is called the ''Dobermann'' instead. In other countries the name has stayed as ''Doberman Pinscher'' although the breed has very little Terrier blood and is not classed in the Terrier…
Here i will name the ones i know: Sussex Spaniel Spinone Italiano Saluki Scottish Deerhound Saint Bernard Samoyed Siberian Husky Standard Schauzer Scottish Terrier Sealyham Terrier Skye Terrier Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Staffordshire Bull Terrier Pug Shih Tzu Silky Terrier Schipperke Shiba Inu Shetland Sheepdog Swedish Vallhund this is all i know hope this helped!
A ''Pit Bull'' is just the street name for American Staffordshire Terrier. Bull Terriers are a completely different breed. The American Staffordshire Terrier breed is illegal in the UK and some other states, but the following ''bully'' breeds are completely legal: 1) English Bull Terrier 2) Miniature Bull Terrier 3) Staffordshire Bull Terrier 4) Bulldog (English, American and French) Bull Terriers are not considered to be Pit Bulls as they are a separate breed.
Kind of. There is a dog breed called the Rat Terrier. Other dogs with different breed names, such as the Jack Russell, are rat terriers; as are many other dog breeds. Rat terrier is a dog job. Most terriers are good ratters. Generally good with other dogs and cats in his own family, the Rat Terrier does have a high prey drive and quick reflexes and will dispatch squeaky creatures with little effort. Toto, the…
The Pit Bull itself is only one breed, but there are two other breeds that are very similar. These are the American Staffordshire Terrier and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The Pit Bull is not an officially recognised breed and so is not bred to a standard. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a smaller recognised version of the Pit Bull, and the American Staffordshire Terrier is a recognised version of the Pit Bull.
Is it okay to call a pit bull an American Pit Bull Terrier if the dog is of unknown pedigree and possibly a mixed breed or are they simply Pit Bull Terriers?
boston pit <-What? (Crazy Ass!) American Pit Bull Terrier is the official name of one specific breed (APBT for short). The term "Pit Bull Terrier" is another incomplete variant of the full name. The term "Pit Bull" is a shortened version of the whole official name who many agree should only be used for an actual APBT. If you have a dog of two or more breeds, it is simply a mutt.
A pit bull is a descendant of a 50/50 cross between an Olde Bulldog and a terrier of unknown variety, most likely an old terrier breed such as the Fox Terrier or Parsons Russell Terrier. The original name of the pit bull terrier breed was the Bull And Terrier, eluding to his origins as a cross between bulldog and terrier. They share the same dog type as bulldogs- they are both Molloser-type dogs. So while…
The name American stafforshire terrier is not the same breed as the American Pitbull Terrier or the Stafordshire bull terrier (although they are very close cousins.) The Pitbull was bred for performance rather than looks so there are a wide variety of body types and temperments. The American Staffordshire was bred for the show ring which is why the body type is often similar in this breed.
The word ''Pinscher'' is German for Terrier. However, as the Doberman Pinscher is not actually a Terrier, in the UK the word ''Pinscher'' was dropped and the breed is called the ''Dobermann'' instead. In other countries the word ''Pinscher'' was retained as the Dobermann is believed to have originated from Terrier breeds and therefore does have distant Terrier blood.
The word ''Pinscher'' is German for Terrier. The breed was called this as originally the breed was developed using some Terrier blood. However, present day Dobermanns are neither Terriers nor do they exhibit the Terrier temperament or characteristics. Therefore, it would be wise for Kennel Club's to change the name to ''Dobermann'' and drop the word ''Pinscher'', as has been done by the UK Kennel Club.
The Bedlington Terrier was developed in the country of Northumberland, England. The original name for the Bedlington Terrier was the Rothbury Terrier, named after the district of Rothbury located on the English border. About 1825 the breed was renamed the Bedlington Terrier after the Bedlington Mining Shire. The breed was a prized hunting dog of foxes, hares and badgers. It was also used as a vermin hunter by the miners of Bedlington. The miners exploited…