About Westhighland White Terriers
The West Highland White Terrier is typically referred to as a Westie. They originated in Scotland in the middle of the 19th century to control the population of fox, otter, and other animals and rodents. The Westie is now primarily a companion pet.
The West Highland White Terrier is hardy and compact, spirited and well adjusted. The Westie may be susceptible to deafness, patella luxation, and allergies. They have attained the status of being one of the most popular breeds. They are intelligent and usually display good manners. The Westie is playful but can also be quiet and determined.
The Westie is energetic and spunky. They are devoted to their family, but are not very interested in being cuddled. They alert to danger by barking and are good watchdogs. The Westie is a wonderful family pet that prefers to be the only pet in the home. They get along with children over the age of ten who are well behaved. They can be demanding and assertive, and exhibit true terrier traits. They have a tendency to snap when irritated. The West Highland White Terrier is a social, fun loving breed that does best in an active and attentive household. This little breed would fit perfectly into a family with or without children or pets.
About King Charles Spaniel
Here are the differences between a King Charles Spaniel and a Cavalier Spaniel.