Scottish Deerhound

Scottish Deerhonds were bred in Scotland in Middle Ages to hunt deer. A tall rough-looking dog, the Deerhound is graceful and strong at the same time. Males average 30 - 32 inches, females 28 - 30 inches at shoulder. Deerhounds come in wheaten, brindle and greycolor, the last being the most popular. Deerhounds are adaptable to all sorts of lives and conditions. Though large, they are neat and many live in small houses with no trouble. Deerhounds are friendly and gentle to everyone.

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Scottish Deerhound


Scottish Deerhound
Scottish Deerhound

 

 

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