Hailing from the rough mountainous regions of Scottland is the Scottish Highlander. They have a signature orange coat that is very thick and shaggy. They also feature impressive horns and the males can weigh up to 1,800 pounds! Their extra thick coat and their willingness and ability to feed on sparse vegetation that other breeds find unacceptable, means they can live comfortably in the very cold areas.
Because many Scottish Highlanders live on snowy mountains, it can sometimes be hard to find food. Luckily they have long, heavy and wide horns which they can use to find grasses and other plants buried underneath. In spite of their large size, they are known to typically have a calm demeanor, spending most of their time grazing for food.