Deep Throat contacted the Scottie News and revealed:
Sadie, last years Westminster champion, is expecting 4 babies. Father is Winston. Sadie was bred by Cindy Cooke (Anstamm) and Mary O’neal (Maryscots)!!!!! I don’t know if this is some kind of secret or ?! Anyway, worth investigating!! Don’t know who Winston is. ZOMG.
Jen Moser, pet photographer in Indiana, sent along these photos of Sadie aka Roundtown Mercedes of Marytown a while back. As a former Scottie owner (if you read “About Jen” on her website you can find out more), she has a soft spot for Scottish Terriers. She photographed Sadie at the Roy Jones Dog Show in Fort Wayne, IN in the fall of 2009.
The Scottish Terrier and Dog News is especially impressed with her hindquarters given that Bridget looks likes she’s sporting dreadlocks these days.
Some readers compared Sadie’s grooming to that of Rico aka Filisite Brash Celebration, the young dog who finished in second place at Crufts. These photos don’t show the details that well but I wanted to post them because Lana was kind enough to send them along.
Yes, although he keeps a secret poodle in the closet, Bad Vlad pretends small dogs are not suitable for macho men like himself.
Now, however, with Filisite Brash Celebration’s precocious second-place showing at Crufts, the Scottie News thinks the time has come for Putin to apologize to Scottish Terriers and their owners the world over. He can start with young Rico, as he’s known.
Sadly, Putin is not the only famous and powerful man to shun “girly dogs.” The Scottie News has had to out several others.
The Sadie stories just keep on coming. Let’s just say she’s a high maintenance Scottish Terrier who requires organic chicken hot dogs, daily grooming and treadmill workout. Sounds like Jennifer Aniston or Madonna.
Yes, terriers dominate at Westminster. I think that some of that has to do with what they were bred to do: look for trouble, go to ground and find rats and weasels and the like. That means that they are on their toes, always looking for trouble. That comes across as, “It’s their world and we’re just living in it” – and translates into an edgy performance in the show ring, which admittedly makes them look good.
On the other hand, goldens and Labs and most sporting dogs and a lot of other breeds want to live in our world. If they could talk, they would probably say “me too, me too.” Their devotion to their people is more important to them than anything else that is going on out there. And who would want it any other way?