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The Scottish Deerhound is gentle and extremely friendly. The breed is famed for being
docile and eager to please, with a bearing of gentle dignity. It is however a true sighthound
which has been selected for generations to pursue game; consequently, most Deerhounds
will be eager to chase. The Deerhound needs considerable exercise when young to develop
properly and to maintain its health and condition. That does not mean it needs a large house
to live in, however it should have regular access to free exercise in a fenced or otherwise
"safe" area. Deerhounds should not be raised with access only to leash walking or a small
yard, this would be detrimental to their health and development. City dwellers with conviction,
however, can keep the dog both healthy and happy, as long as they are willing to take their
Deerhounds to nearby parks for lengthy runs and rigorous fetching sessions within these
wider running courses.

Young Deerhounds can sometimes, depending on the individual, be quite destructive
especially when they are not given sufficient exercise; however, the average adult
Deerhound may want to spend most of the day stretched out on the floor or a couch
sleeping. They do require a stimulus, preferably another Deerhound, and a large area to
exercise properly and frequently. They are gentle and docile indoors and are generally good
around company and children (however they require supervision with young children due to
their size).
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