The Skye Terrier was immortalised when a statue of Greyfriars Bobby was erected in Edinburgh. This little dog mourned the death of his owners for 14 years by lying at their graveside. They are small dogs with short legs that are longer on the body than they are tall. Unfortunately, their numbers have declined recently, leading to them being placed on the endangered native breeds list by the Kennel Club. So if you want to share your home with one Skye Terrier you need to register your interest with breeders, as only a few well-bred puppies are registered with The Kennel Club each year.
Read our Skye Terrier Buying Advice page for information on this dog breed.