Pudding – Wheaten Scottish Terrier
Breed: Wheaten Scottish terrier
More information about this dog
Pudding is a male Wheaten Scottish Terrier. He is a friendly family dog ideal for small roles. Scottish Terriers are one of the British Isles’ most distinctive indigenous dog breeds. Recognised by the Kennel Club of Great Britain for more than 100 years, they are dignified and principled pooches. They often bark less than other terriers or small breeds but can also be rather more stubborn! However, they are highly intelligent & pick up routines quickly.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Pudding is trained with basic obedience & also loves agility. Pikush is especially good at agility & although not the fastest dog on the circuit he has won a few fun prizes for being tenacious, accurate, focused & completing the round – often doing the routines correctly when his owner has given the wrong instructions!
Pudding can be friendly towards other dogs & rarely dislikes them. With children, he has issues if they scream. He’s also not a fan of luggage trolleys or skateboards.
He is unneutered this can cause issues with other younger dogs so best working alone or with female dogs.
He had the fortune to be trained in agility by TV’s Lucy Heath (of Trip Hazard fame on Britain’s Got Talent 2016). He is unneutered this can cause issues with other younger dogs so best working alone or with female dogs.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Pikush featured in a homemade YouTube video as the only Scottie to vote in the 2014 Scottish Referendum in 2014.
In all Pudding is suitable for small roles requiring basic commands.