Pat and Mike Warner are the owners of Die Hard Scottish Terriers, located in Western Kentucky. They breed only Scottish Terriers. Sire and Dam are on the premises and are in fact their family pets. "We love our Scotties and really enjoy working with them. They are such brave, loyal, and loving dogs. Our girls are spirited and playful, but are also sweet, caring, attentive mothers. Our Wheaten male, Rufous, is such a joy to have around. We call him our "Playboy" as he never fails to greet you with a toy in his mouth. Our silver brindle male, Winston, has a bright, happy attitude and a wonderful coat that is easy to groom. He produces beautiful pups with nice heads and ears that stand up sharp at attention. His pups are smart, playful and tenacious (just like dad!) and they come in just about every color a Scottie comes in. We work hard to ensure the health and well being of all our dogs and pups. All of our dogs are played with and exercised daily. We feed premium feed and other ingredients like organic yogurt, chicken liver, bone broth, and other natural supplements. We strive to keep our dogs healthy in body, mind and spirit." AKC proudly supports dedicated and responsible breeders. We encourage all prospective puppy owners to do their research and be prepared with questions to ask the breeder. Make sure you are not only choosing the right breed for you, but also that you’re getting it from the right individual.
Since 2003, our number one goal at Johnston Scotties is to provide top quality care for all of our scotties and to locate loving homes for our puppies. Preserving the breed is vital. Our kennel is AKC. We work very hard every day to nurture healthy and happy puppies. All of our dogs- and puppies -are under regular veterinarian care. All shots and wormings are always up- to- date, and heartworm and flea prevention is administered monthly. Adults are microchipped. Lineage records onsite to atleast 3 generations. Pups are on Science Diet puppy food. Pups are limited registration. We ask anyone interested in a Scottie to research the breed before buying. It is important that you fully understand the nature of a Scottie to make sure your new puppy will fit in with your home and lifestyle. Adding a new puppy to your home is a long-term commitment, and you want to ensure you are making the right choice. Potential buyers should ask questions. We have worked hard to know as much about our breed as possible and will do our best to answer any questions you may have. Only Judith and Dr. Williams handle the pups until they are ready for their new home; however, we will gladly send you an updated photo of your scotty puppy. You can NEVER be too protective with new pups. They are seen weekly by our local vet, Dr. Williams, from the day they are born until they are part of your family. They will come with a clean bill of health, and we ask that you take your new family addition to your vet within 48 hours. A health guarantee is included in your new puppy folder. References available upon request.