The Dandie Dinmont Terrier has a well-proportioned body that is slightly longer than it is tall. Their limbs are stout, strong, and well-muscled. They have a solid, large-sized head with a sturdy forehead, a pronounced stop, and a black nose. Their teeth close in a scissors bite and their lively eyes are hazel in color. Ears of this breed are 3 to 4 inches in length, pendant-shaped, and tapered. The tail is long and curved. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier has a unique 2-inch coat that is a mixture of soft and harsh hair. The hair on the dog’s upper body is harsher than the hair on the dog’s underside. There are two coat colors for this breed: pepper and mustard. The coat color will change over the course of the dog’s lifetime. There is a silky topknot on this breed’s head.
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