Bosley, the Scottish Terrier dog at the centre of a scandal, was caught on camera last Friday in the basement of Congress’ Rayburn Building. He and his Jack Russell companion, Nigel, were being walked by their congressman owner, Ed Whitfield, who told reporters his wife was away. Presumably, she normally walks the dogs — outside.
In the comments over at Bluegrass report, even Bosley the Scottie gets in trouble.
“Bosley? Nigel? My….what a bunch of latte-lapping lapdogs. I’d bet they’d like to take a trip to Bloomingdales to eat truffles!
Congressman, this is Kentucky, and unless you have a blue-tick at home named Cooter or something like that, you should be impeached…lol.”
Update: A few of our loyal Scottish Terrier News readers have requested we post a link to the Bluetick Coonhound. Happy to oblige.
May 31 Update: The Scottish Terrier and Dog News team prepare to bring you the fallout from the Congressional Scottie scandal. Apologies to readers who were sad to see the Daily Scottie Video pre-empted by TerrierGate.
I knew Sadie was back in style as a people name, but it looks like it’s making tracks as a Scottie name as well. It’s number four on the Most Popular Girl Dog Names list after Maggie, Molly and Lady but before Lucy.
The top five male dog names are Max, Jake, Buddy, Bailey, Sam.
Yarvitan’s active ingredient, mitratapide, works by inhibiting certain proteins in the intestines (microsomal triglyceride transfer protein, MTP). MTP inhibitors prevent the absorption of fat. This protein is involved in absorbing the fat consumed as part of a normal diet. By inhibiting this protein, mitratapide reduces the amount of fat absorbed through the intestines. Thanks to its mechanism of action, the appetite reducing effect of mitratapide is minimal.
There’s no mention of any digestive side effects — yet!