There should be no doubts he is indeed the father. The wheaten Scottie gene is a classic recessive case study from high school biology — both parents have to have it. Guess Mom doesn’t.
Happy Easter, everybody!
It showed a picture of super cute, four-month-old Redgy of Dallas, who, today, would be 16-month-old Redgy, presumably still of Dallas and still super cute. He was one of Sassy’s all-boy litter so he’s no stranger to the media spotlight
Many thanks to Scottie News readers for the tips and pictures link.
If you go over and take a look you will see the entire c-section birth documented in photos. Warning: not for the faint of heart as much blood and many sharp instruments are involved.
On Facebook, Anstamm’s Cindy Cooke writes: “Sadie and Winston (A. Prime Minister) are proud to announce the arrival of 5 new Scottie puppies, 4 girls and a boy. There’s one wee girl, just under 5 oz and the rest are between 7-8 oz. Sadie is resting and refusing interviews until she has recovered from the surgery. Thanks for everyone who has wished us well in this endeavor.”
Congratulations, Sadie, from the Scottish Terrier News.
Lately, I’ve been trying to head round to a few Scottie sites and catch up on their news, which is how I discovered this wonderful post all about a litter of wheaten Scottish Terrier puppies at Rocky Creek Scotties. The nine puppies from nonomom Carrleigh are now a year old and Rocky Creek has all sorts of before and after shots guaranteed to make you ooh and awww.