Mission Statement

To encourage responsible ownership and breeding of the purebred Scottish Terrier.  To promote the integrity of the Scottish Terrier through companionship, conformation, performance, character, and health as recognized by the AKC for purebred terriers.  We are resolute in advocating good sportsmanship.

SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) FOR BREEDER REFERRAL CHAIR

Scottish Terrier Club of Greater Denver

The Board appointed Breeder Referral Chair serves a one-year term as the Club's contact person for the public regarding sources for obtaining a Scottish Terrier.  The Chair's name & e-mail address are listed on the STCGD website.


  • Respond promptly to e-mail inquiries, determining preferences for adult or puppy and time-frame for purchase.                
  • Contact Club member breeders on a quarterly basis (1 Jan, 1 Apr, 1 Jul, 1 Oct) to determine availability.
  • Refer to Club member breeders if pups are available or anticipated, or if an adult may be available for re-homing.
  • Refer to Rocky Mountain Scottish Terrier Club , if applicable.
  • Refer to other Regional Club Breeder Referral Chairs, or National Club Breeder Referral Chair, if applicable.
  • Maintain a statistical record of the number of inquiries and report such information annually to the STCGD.
  • Work to insure a positive outcome for a prospective Scottish Terrier buyer, and good public relations for the Scottish Terrier Club of Greater Denver.
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