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Schedules, entry forms and results of Club Championship and Open Shows

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Breed Health

Latest research, yearly health reports and articles on issues affecting Skyes from the Club's Health Committee

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Judging CVs Due

The Skye Terrier Club

As 2015 begins to draw to a close it is time for judges on the Skye Terrier Club Judging List to submit an updated CV to the judging sub-committee. It is important that the sub-committee have details of all completed and planned judging appointments in order to select a shortlist of candidates for the Club’s […]

Results: Championship ...

Results: Championship Show 2015

Saturday 26th September saw a crowd of Skyes and their loyal humans descend on Coronation Hall in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire for the Club Championship Show. Our Judge, Mrs Margaret MacDonald-Cross of the Tarskavaig kennel had drawn a good entry, and it was particularly nice to see a number of puppies and juniors entered. Mrs MacDonald-Cross […]

Hepatitis Research Upd...

Greyfriar's Bobby, Edinburgh

The Skye Terrier Club Health Committee have an exciting update on the progress of Skye Terrier Hepatitis Research at the Animal Health Trust. The project, which has been fully funded by the Skye Terrier Club Health Research Fund, has now progressed to the second stage. DNA extraction and compilation of samples has just started and […]

We Take Health Researc...


The STC has long monitored the health situation of the Skye Terrier breed and did, therefore, set up a very successful gene bank with Dr Cathryn Mellersh at the Animal Health Trust (AHT) in 2006. The aim was to hopefully get DNA tests developed for inherited diseases sometimes occurring in this precious, numerically endangered breed. […]

2016 Calendar

Skye Terrier Club Calendar 2016

Ever wondered what a Skye in motion might look like? If so, 2016 can be full of running, jumping, dancing, swimming and frolicking Skyes with the Skye Terrier Club calendar. See what Skyes get up to in their spare time – from obedience demonstrations, days out on the beach to volunteering as Pets as Therapy […]

Royal Reception for Is...

The Skye Terrier's Homecoming Statue

The largest gathering of Skye Terriers for many years met at Armadale Castle on the Isle of Skye on Thursday 24th July to witness the unveiling of a statue to this very rare breed by HRH The Princess Royal. Aptly named ‘The Homecoming’ the unveiling of the statue of two life size Skye Terriers was […]

The Right Puppy


Sourcing a puppy can be an exciting time – you’ve met many dogs at events around the country, explored many breeds and decided that a Skye is the one for you. But the work does not end there, now you have to find a breeder and you may have to wait for that breeder to […]

Grooming Skyes

Skye in Full Coat

Many people meeting Skyes the first time assume that their beautiful coat takes a lot of work to keep. While it looks spectacular, the Skye coat is also hardy and functional and can be controlled perfectly with weekly brushing. The Skye Terrier has a double coat comprised of a soft, downy undercoat and a longer, […]

Drop Ear Skye Terriers

Greyfriar's Bobby, Edinburgh

Dog shows began in about 1860 and from then on it is possible to trace all the winners up to the present day through the official Stud Books. The earliest show dogs came from Scotland, some of them actually from Skye. Drop ears were in the majority until the turn of the century, when exhibitors […]