From the Toronto Sun, where they think a Schnauzer is a Scottie, according to the photo
Q: We have a 4½-month-old purebred Scottish terrier and we are using the “all positive” training method with limited success.
Outside and inside he is either biting or snapping at feet, hands and fingers. We have tried loudly saying “no biting!” It hasn’t worked. In the yard, he can be controlled best when on leash but if off leash, it is disastrous. Other owners are telling me he is simply young and will outgrow this.
We don’t want to “beat up” the little fellow but we are becoming exasperated with him.
— Rob Roy
And from the Toronto Star:
Q: I realize I am not supposed to attribute sophisticated human emotions to my Scottish terrier, but there are times when I just know she is being deliberately defiant. For example, on many occasions, before she bolts away from me (to explore the neighbourhood), she will look over her shoulder to check that I cannot catch her — and then run for it. At other times, if we are doing obedience training and practicing basic moves, at a certain point, she will just cease to respond and obey. Do you have any advice?
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