Kay – Female Terrier Mix
Congratulations to Kay who has been adopted!!!
Little Kay is a friendly, happy girl who would love to meet you!
She’s a terrier mix who loves to play and have fun with other dogs. She can be a little shy at first, but she’s an absolute lover once she warms up! She has a terrier’s white color with an interesting coat that makes her a perfectly unique little mutt.
If you’d like to know more about becoming Kay’s new forever family, please contact Pammy’s 2nd Chance Rescue. Please use the form located below.
Please enjoy some information on the terrier below as well.
The temperament of the West Highland Terrier (and other related Terrier breeds) can vary greatly, with some being friendly towards children whilst others prefer solitude. It will not tolerate rough handling such as a child pulling on its ears, and can be both food and toy possessive. Members of the breed are normally independent, assured and self-confident and can make good watchdogs. It is a loyal breed that bonds with its owners, but is often always on the move requiring good exercise (15-30 min).
Having a typical terrier prey drive, it tends to be highly interested in toys especially chasing balls. It does retain the instincts of an earth-dog, including inquisitive and investigative traits, as well as natural instincts to both bark and dig holes.
Today, most terriers are kept as companion dogs and family pets. They are generally loyal and affectionate to their owners but can be “big characters” with bold personalities.