West Highland White Terrier Original Art
Personalised prints for West Highland white terrier lovers
This print combines hand-drawn letters with illustration. Each one is individually hand-printed on my press in a soft blue ink (inspired by the clear Scottish skies), and signed.
Choose your print:
Unframed / No Mount - Worldwide Shipping
- Fits a standard 12" x 12" frame (or with a little trimming a 30 x 30 cm frame). A box style frame is best (with no mount) as it will keep the print away from the glass
- Ships with a backing board and cellophane wrapped
- Paper Size: 12" x 12"
Unframed With Mount - UK addresses only
- Fits a standard 40 x 40 cm frame
- Ships with an off-white, acid-free mount and conservation grade backing board in a cellophane bag
- Mount size: 40 x 40 cm
Framed - UK addresses only
- Solid oak wood frame with mount
- Frame is 43.5 cms square.
- Fitted with crystal clear acrylic ‘glass’ and ready to hang
Personalise your print
You can personalise your Dog Tag print with a hand written dedication (up to 10 words).
This is written in pencil, below the dog tag image and above the signature (like the example in the picture for Benson the Labrador).
Choose this option and enter your own words at the checkout, if required.
About West Highland White Terriers
There’s rarely a dull moment with a Westie around. Full of self importance, these cheeky, happy little dogs greet life’s adventures with a twinkle in their eye and a jolly disposition.
They hate to be ignored and their repertoire of shameless tactics for getting attention include the “poor me” stare, the woeful sigh and the pitiful whine. If that fails, they can always fall back on some good old mischief making!
They are a working terrier, at home amongst scree, rocks and cairns. Tireless and brave, the story goes that, in the late 1800s, Donald Malcolm (16th Laird of Poltalloch) owned a reddish brown terrier, that was accidentally mistaken for a fox while hunting game, and shot. As a result, Malcolm decided to develop a white terrier breed, which became known as the "Poltalloch Terrier”, the pre-cursor of the West Highland White.