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Scottish Deerhounds

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How Would You Know if a Scottish Deerhound is the Best Dog for You?

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Tags: Scottish Deerhound, Housing, Training, Exercise

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A lot of thought should be poured into finding out which dog breed is best for you. If you are eyeing a Scottish Deerhound for a pet, then there are some things that you have to consider before you decide to get one. Knowing certain characteristics of the dog you want to own would make it easier for you to take care of it.

First of all, if you are living in an apartment, then a Scottish Deerhound is definitely not the best dog breed for you. Although an adult Scottish Deerhound can cope with living in enclosed spaces if it is given sufficient exercise, a younger Deerhound will fare better in a home with a large yard. It would even be better if you are living in a ranch with acres of land, so you would have more room for your Scottish Deerhound to run and roam around. Because of its size, it is also advisable that your home is large enough to accommodate a Deerhound. You have to make sure that your yard or your land is fenced to ensure the safety of your pet.

Another thing that you would have to consider when getting a Scottish Deerhound is the kind of lifestyle that you have. If you are the outdoors-type of person, who leads an active lifestyle, then this dog breed is the perfect choice. Because a Scottish Deerhound needs a great deal of exercise, you will have a perfect companion for jogging or your morning run. You have to keep in mind that if this dog is not given the right amount of exercise, it has a tendency to be destructive, and it will chew your furniture, your slippers and rugs.

It is imperative that you should be the kind of person who is authoritative when it comes to handling your dog, because the Scottish Deerhound will only listen to you if you are firm in your commands. By nature, this dog is very independent and it will not work much at trying to please you. Since it is very stubborn, you must always let it know that your command is the rule. You will absolutely need to be on top of the situation when it comes to commanding a Scottish Deerhound, especially when you are housebreaking or training it. So, if you are looking for a pet that is easy to take care of and train, then you should definitely think twice about getting a Scottish Deerhound.

Another important thing that you need to consider when it comes to getting a Scottish Deerhound is having the right atmosphere in your home. Because of its extreme sensitivity to stress, you have to provide a peaceful environment for it. This dog is more suitable for those who live a quiet life, but you also have to socialize it enough so that it will be comfortable around humans and other animals.

If you are getting a Scottish Deerhound puppy, then it is rather easy for you to train it to adjust to a new lifestyle. An adult Scottish Deerhound is difficult to manage because it has already developed habits of its own.


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