A reader, with a Scottish Terrier in need of some styling, writes:
hey there, i was wondering. Do you have a list of good scottie groomers in TN? specifically around Nashville?
Can anyone help out?
Update: Reader Gayle wrote: “There is a groomer, Peggy Browne, who is a Scottie breeder. She lives near Franklin TN and does grooming in her home. She has been grooming my two Scotties for over a year—I highly recommend her work.”
If Peggy gives permission to post her contacts, Scottie News will do so. In the meantime we’ve forwarded them to reader #1, whose Scotties need a trim.
And we’re still waiting to hear from Dublin. (See comments for background)
The Scottish Terrier News wouldn’t expect anything less of a European sophisticate like Rasmus. And congratulations to his photographer and companion, Lars, for getting all those great black dog shots.
It’s time for puffball Bridget to get a Scottie haircut. Last week someone asked if she was a Cairn.
We’re trying out a new groomer, which means anything’s possible. We could be pleasantly surprised or end up having a bad hair month or two. What can I say? Occasionally, I just throw caution to the wind and take risks with new hairdressers and groomers. I don’t subject my dog to anything I don’t do to myself.
Fingers crossed, everyone. We’ll post the “after” shot as soon as Bridget’s done.
Update: Here’s a quickie. Better angles and lighting later (I hope.) don’t be shy about leaving your comments. The eyebrows are a bit Schnauzerish, but overall not bad.
Okay, so by now we’ve all heard about newborn babies being mixed up at the hospitals. But westies at the dog groomer’s? That’s a new one for me. And, all the more shocking is the fact that it happened in Scotland of all places.