Dandie Dinmont

DANDIE DINMONT. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is characterized by his long, low body and "scimitar" tail, which looks like a curved sword, as well as his large soulful eyes and fluffy head of hair. Though small in stature, the Dandie has the character of a big dog, possessing confidence, intelligence and an independent nature. The Dandie Dinmont was first recorded as a distinct breed around 1700 and has been popular with both gypsies and the wealthy at various points in his history. Originally bred to go to ground, he was well known for his skill in catching otter and badgers. Dandies were made famous when Sir Walter Scott wrote about them in Guy Mannering in 1814. Scott’s farmer character was named Dandie Dinmont, after whom the breed was soon named.

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A figurine of the Dandie Dinmont's likeness is attached to the Dog Figurine Urn which features solid wood and a personalized brass plate. Three choices of wood color (maple, oak or walnut). Wood urn also comes in several sizes. Engraving on plate included (Up to 4 lines - 25 characters per line).

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