Cosby gives Carnegie Mellon live Scottie mascot

Comedian and terrier lover Bill Cosby is giving Carnegie Mellon University, which made the Scottish Terrier its official mascot last year, a real live Scottie dog, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review reported.

The puppy will live with Larry Cartwright, a civil and engineering professor, who already owns a Scottish terrier named Murray. Both Cosby and Murray were featured in one of the Scottie News‘ first ever stories last May when the comedian gave the commencement address at CMU and walked the professor’s Scottish Terrier across campus.

Apparently, the mascot puppy comes from a breeder in Calgary, Canada and will arrive on campus next fall. The Scottish Terrier and Dog News will try to get an interview with Cartwright, who appears to be something of an eccentric. We wonder if his dog raising techniques are as original as his teaching style. Yep, that’s the professor in the tutu below.

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  1. As a side note, since there are not many tasteful scottie merchandise that I would actually wear, I headed on over to CMU’s online store to check out what they’re offering.

    They actually have a separate section for scottie mascot merchandise. Not too many options at the moment tho. Maybe they’re still in development? But they do have a plush scottie dog and some scottie face stickers that I thought was pretty cool.

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