The Skye Terrier is a medium-size dog breed developed on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. They were originally bred to hunt and kill badger, otter, and fox, but these days they're appreciated as a versatile companion breed.
Skye Terriers can be affected by several medical conditions including eye problems (like glaucoma and lens luxation), hypothyriodism, vonWillebrand's disease (a blood clotting disorder), allergies, and ulcerative colitis.
Intelligent, Gay, Friendly, Fearless, Loyal, Good-tempered
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Skye terrier, breed of dog that was originated as a hunter on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, and has remained relatively unchanged for about 400 years. In the 19th century the Skye was one of the most popular terriers and was used as a working dog as well as the pet of the nobility.
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