Scottish Terrier breeders

The Scottish Terrier is one of the oldest and most recognized of the Terrier breeds. Originally bred as a hunter of vermin, today he is best known as a loyal, loving and playful companion. He is an excellent watch dog and adaptable to most living environments. He thrives on human companionship and a Scottie who is raised with children will be very devoted to them. His coat is non-shedding and may be a good choice for those who suffer from allergies.

For more information about the Scottie breed, see the Breed Info section.

Scottish Terrier
BIS BISS Can. Am. Int. JHA CH Stalwart's Hear Me Ror Y
No. 1 Scottish Terrier in Canada for 2004
Courtesy: Stalwart Kennel Perm. Reg'd.



MacBrechin Kennels

MacBrechin Kennels

PO Box 12027 - Murrayville R.P.O.
Langley, British Columbia
V2Y 0M6
Tel.: (604) 532-0306

We are dedicated to breeding and rearing quality Scottish Terriers.

We strive for healthy pups, quality show dogs and Scotties that mature with a happy temperament and good disposition.

Scotties make wonderful pets and are steadfast in devotion to their family. They are a big dog in a small body. For more information, please visit our website:


If you are considering the adoption of a puppy of any breed, it is very important to be selective in choosing a responsible and reputable breeder. While it is our goal on this website to only include listings of responsible and ethical breeders of purebred dogs, and there is certain criteria that must be met in order to be listed, we can only rely on the honesty of those submitting the request. Therefore, we cannot recommend, nor do we endorse or support any one of these listings. If you are looking to purchase a puppy, it is your responsibility to do your research in learning what to look for in a breeder. (For more information on selecting a breeder, see the articles on the main Breed/Breeders section: Information for the Potential Puppy/Dog Buyer.)

In addition to the Breeders listed here, the Breed Clubs generally include listings of member Breeders on their web sites and, if not, then a listing can usually be obtained either by e-mail or telephone. We do not randomly add Breeders to any listing. All Breeders listed have requested to be included either via a general link or paid advertising.

If a young pup is not an absolute requirement for you, then considering the adoption of a dog from a rescue organization or shelter is strongly recommended. Each individual breed section on the Canada's Guide to Dogs web site includes listings of Rescue Organizations specific to the breed. In addition, Breeders occasionally have young adults available and many also take in rescued dogs. To learn more about adopting a rescue dog, please see the Rescue Organizations & Shelters section of the web site. This section includes several articles and general information along with listings of shelters and rescue organizations that are not breed specific from across Canada.


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