Dandie Dinmont is a jovial farmer in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Guy Mannering. A short legged dog of the terrier breed was developed in the 17th century to hunt otters and badgers in the Cheviot and Teviotdale Hills in the border country of Scotland and England. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is named after Dandie Dinmont, the character in this novel.
A Dandie Dinmont is a type of terrier.
The life span of a Dandie Dinmont Terrier is 11 - 13 years.
as hunting dog
Properly socialized, no. All terriers CAN be nippy, its in their nature.
Sir Walter Scott
dandie dinmont is the breed of terrier the white dog is in the Ikea commercial with the little boy in time out.
Border Terriers share ancestry with Dandie Dinmont Terriers, Patterdale Terriers, and Bedlington Terriers
The Manchester TerrierActually it is the Dandie Dinmont Terrier. It is named after the farmer in the Walter Scott novel Guy Mannering
Several examples are: 1.Dachshund 2.Welsh Corgi 3.Dandie Dinmont Terrier 4.Skye Terrier
Boxers Cardigan Welsh Corgis Coton de Tulear Dandie Dinmont Terrier Drentsche Patryshond (they wear trench coats?)
The slowest dog in the world is the Basset Hound.I think a Basset Hound could outrun a Dandie Dinmont Terrier any day (unless the Basset trips on his ears along the way). I vote for the Dandie to be the slowest.Actually, I think a Pekinese will be the slowest. They have more of a waddle than gait.
The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is a low to the ground, longer than he is tall, little dog. Coat colors come in pepper (dark bluish black to a light silvery gray) or mustard (reddish brown to a pale fawn). The Dandie Dinmont makes a great companion dog, affectionate and happy-go-lucky. Lively, bold, brave, independent and intelligent. Because of this terrier's hunting instincts, it should not be trusted with non-canine pets, such as hamsters, rabbits, pet mice and guinea pigs. It will be okay with cats that it is raised with from puppyhood. They are not difficult to train, if you are firm and consistent. Makes a good watch dog, but needs to be told, after getting your attention with the first warning bark, it is time to be quiet and let you handle the rest. Because of this breeds small size, a lot of Dandie Dinmont Terriers develop Small Dog Syndrome, human induced behaviors, where the dog believes he is king of the home. Led to believe they own the humans and everything else around them, and do their best to keep and defend what they own. This causes many varying degrees of behavior issues, including, but not limited to stubbornness, determined, willful, guarding, separation anxiety, hard to obedience train, reserve with strangers, snapping, biting, dog-aggressiveness, and obsessive barking, as the dog tries to keep his humans and everyone else around him in line. These are NOT Dandie Dinmont traits, but behaviors brought on by the lack of a firm consistent pack leader, who provides, rules, and limits to what they are and are not allowed to do, along with the lack of a daily pack walk. As soon as the humans take the control away from the dog, and the dog's instincts are met, the negative behaviors will begin to subside and the Dandie Dinmont will be a wonderful, trustworthy, family companion. It reaches between 8 and 11 inches at the shoulder and weighs between 18 and 24 pounds. Generally a healthy breed, some are prone to glaucoma and epilepsy. Hypothyroidism can occur when the dog is older. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is good for apartment life. They are fairly active indoors and a small yard will do as long as you take them for daily walks. They need to be walked daily and live for about 12-15 years. It must be brushed regularly and should occasionally have professional grooming. The Dandie Dinmont is an old terrier dating back to the 1700s originating from the border area between England and Scotland. The breed may have been developed from the Skye Terrier and the now extinct Scotch Terrier (not to be confused with today's Scottish Terrier). The breed was popular among the gypsies and was used by farmers to kill vermin. With its short legs it was able to go to ground hunting badgers and otter. In 1814 Sir Walter Scott wrote about the breed in is famous novel "Guy Mannering". In the book there was a character named Dandie Dinmont, and that is where the breed got it's name. It was recognized by the AKC in 1886. Some of the Dandie Dinmont's talents are vermin catcher, hunting rabbit, otter, badger, martens, weasels, and skunks. It is recognised as a breed by the CKC, FCI, AKC, UKC, KCGB, CKC, ANKC, NKC, NZKC, CET, APRI, ACR, DRA and NAPR. It is in the Terrier Group.
There is only one place u can get a royal dandie from and that is Patty's ''Royal Dandie'' TM Minuture Pet Pigs.
Dog breeds originating in Scotland include Bearded Collies, some Bloodhounds, Blue Paul Terriers, Border Collies, Border Terrier, Cairn Terriers, Dandie Dinmont Terriers, Golden Retrievers, and Gordon Setters.
In 2010, the least AKC registration is the American Eskimo Dog. You might also need this info. Below is the list of 2007 least common dog: 1. English Foxhound 2. Otterhound 3. American Foxhound 4. Sussex Spaniel 5. Canaan Dog 6. Skye Terrier 7. Finnish Spitz 8. Harrier 9. Glen of Imaal Terrier 10. Dandie Dinmont Terrier
It looks like a Dandi Dinmont Terrier.
Red RosesGrassDandie LionsTreesany type of flowers Ect.
I have a Royal Dandie that is almost 5 years old, she weighs about 110 pounds. When we got her, she had mange and worms. They will lie and tell you that a full grown pig will be around 40 to 60 pounds, but it simply is not true. All of the positive comments you see about Royal Dandies are either from Lisa or Elizabeth, who work for the company.
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 its gameness as a fighting dog in the pits and hunters used them as retrievers. Both the Otterhound and Dandie Dinmont Terrier are possible contributors to the breed. Some breeders, especially those in England will cross Bedlingtons with Whippets and Greyhounds to produce what they call Lurchers.
Miniature pigs can be purchased online from various stores. Some of these stores are Royal Dandie, Vet Street, Paw Nation, Oz Mini Pigs and Texas Tiny Pigs.
unfortunately, there is no such thing as a dog that doesn't shed hair. however, there are many dogs that shed very little hair. these the breeds: Yorkshire Terrier Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Welsh Terrier Toy Poodle Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Standard Schnauzer Shih Tzu Pumi Puli Portuguese Water Dog Poodle Polish Lowland Sheepdog Maltese Miniature Schnauzer Lakeland Terrier Irish Water Spaniel Havanese Giant Schnauzer Dandie Dinmont Terrier Coton De Tulear Chinese Shar-Pei Chinese Crested Brussels Griffon Bolognese Bichon Frise Bergamasco Bedlington Terrier Affenpinscher
West Highland white terrier,Breed of sturdy, compact terrier developed in Scotland in the early 19th cent. It stands about 11 in. (27.9 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 13 to 20 lb (5.9-9.1 kg). Its white, water-resistant double coat consists of a short, dense, soft underlayer and a hard, curl-free topcoat about 2 in. (5 cm) long. The West Highland white, descending from the same ancestral stock as the cairn, Dandie Dinmont, and Scottish terrier, was used to hunt small game both on land and in the water. In recent times it has been popular chiefly as a house pet.Source: Answers.com
All dogs shed, even the "hairless" breeds. As far as low maintenance with grooming, and less shedding than others, some smaller dog breeds (under 30 pounds) to consider would be:Chinese Crested (hairless) and the Dandie Dinmont Terrier.You might also want to see if the maintenance fits your lifestyle with the following small breeds:Affenpinscher, Bedlington Terrier, Bichon Frise, Bolognese, Brussels Griffon, Havanese, Lakeland Terrier, Maltese, Miniature Schnauzer, PBGV (Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen), miniature and toy Poodles, Puli, Shih-Tsu, Welsh Terrier, Yorkshire Terrier.
Here are the different breeds of terrier (in the AKC Terrier Group):Airedale TerrierAmerican Staffordshire TerrierAustralian TerrierBedlington TerrierBorder TerrierBull TerrierCairn TerrierDandie Dinmont TerrierGlen of Imaal TerrierIrish TerrierKerry Blue TerrierLakeland TerrierManchester TerrierMiniature Bull TerrierMiniature SchnauzerNorfolk TerrierNorwich TerrierParson Russell TerrierScottish TerrierSealyham TerrierSkye TerrierSmooth Fox TerrierSoft Coated Wheaten TerrierStaffordshire Bull TerrierWelsh TerrierWest Highland White TerrierWire Fox Terrier
Some of the low shedding dogs that don't need professional grooming:Basenji, Affenpinscher, Chinese Crested, Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Havanese, Maltese, PBGV (Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen), Yorkshire Terrier, soft coated Wheaten Terrier, smooth coated Fox Terrier, Boxer, Tibetan Terrier, Silky Terrier, Hairless Chihuahua.Low shedding dogs that may need professional grooming:Airedale Terrier, Poodle, Schnauzer, Cockapoo (cross, Cocker Spaniel and Poodle) There are many more, but that will give you an idea.If allergies are the problem, note that it isn't the fur of the dog, but the dander (dandruff-like) from the skin of the dog on the hair, as well as urine and saliva that cause allergies in people.