Dandie Dinmont Terrier

Dandie Dinmont Terrier

Dandie Dinmont Terrier


The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is a dog that is known as one of the easiest to train. They are intelligent enough to catch onto things quickly, and they are kind hearted enough to obey their masters commands. If this dog loves you and recognizes you as his owner, he will listen to you.


The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is an active breed, but they tire a lot faster than most other breeds do. It is ideal for this breed to live indoors. They don't cause much of a fuss, and they love spending time with their owner. You can give them some toys and maybe play fetch every once in a while.


Dandie Dinmont Terriers have no known immunity weaknesses, so they are not extra vulnerable to any specific thing. The main worry that dog owners may have about the Dandie Dinmont is that their fur can grow long and become very easily tangled. So long as the owner can tend to the grooming requirements of this dog, they should be fine.


The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is one of the few dog breeds that are not intimidated by other dogs or other people. They may compete with other dogs for attention, but they are not one to act out aggressively. The Dandie Dinmont is a small fuzzy dog that has a wonderfully kind nature towards all living things.


Since the Dandie Dinmont Terrier's fur can grow so long, the owner will have to make sure that they brush it out on at least a weekly basis. It may be best to go through it with a comb every couple of days. The Dandie Dinmont will also require professional grooming a few times a year.


The Dandie Dinmont is a truly sweet animal. They do not fear strangers, so they are perfect for a household that has many surprise guests. They may bark to announce the presence of visitors, but they rarely bark to imply malicious intent. This dog has lovely manners and is sure to please guests.


If you can remain consistent in your training and not let your Dandie Dinmont Terrier slack off or get away with doing things that it isn't supposed to, then getting this dog fully trained should be easy as pie. They don't put up much defiance, and they love to make their owners happy.