If you are a regular reader, you’ve heard this song before — many times. But here it comes again…
Dear Scottie News readers,
I am so sorry for taking so long to get some of these pictures of your wonderful dogs posted. And I am even sorrier if I’ve forgotten or lost a photo of a much-loved Scottie.
If that’s the case, please send them along again as March break is coming up soon and that means, the Scottie News will have an intern slaving on duty at our world headquarters.
The Scottish Terrier and Dog News editorial team
We have had Miyagi (the white and black cat) for about 5 years now and we decided to get a Scottish terrier (Nessie).
Migagi always greets us at the drive way and escorts us to the front gate, off course Nessie is always standing ready to greet us.
At first we thought the cat would really not be able to adjust to her new sibling , slowly they managed to get use to each other.
Nessie is 6 Months old now and at least once a day I see them playfully chasing each other around the house (they each get a turn to chase).
I think its safe to say they are now used to each other.
Above is “Traveler” Bold Article’s Black House Troop at four weeks old late last year. His breeder Marie wrote: “He is a full brother to the Scotties in the Uncle Sherman video and will be going to the same home as his brother Fiddler, who was in the video with the red collar. As a singleton, he has his mom all to himself but for added stimulation, I have added an Airedale beanie baby (right). It gives him something to fight with and snuggle up to when Mom is out.”
Mucklewags, an Ontario breeder, acquired one of Sadie’s nephews last year. His dad is full bro to Westminster champ Sadie.
Meanwhile reader Kathleen sent in this link to Molly the Scottie, dog of the day way back on January 31.