The Scottish Deerhound was first registered by the AKC in 1886, and Bonnie Robin was the name of the first registered dog. At one point in history, no one of rank lower than an earl might possess a Scottish Deerhound. The Scottish Deerhound breed became so prized that exclusive ownership became a priority, imposing breeding privileges. At one point, the breed almost became extinct because of these policies. Scottish Deerhounds are usually hunted singly or in pairs. The Scottish Deerhound is so valuable not only because it is rare, but because it possesses a preeminent hunting ability.
(Please note that there are no pets allowed at the games other than service animals that are properly marked.)
All information about the Scottish dogs came direct from AKC.org