Once again, Dartagnan shows he knows how to party.
Adorable Angus, Bridget’s half brother, goes minimalist for his first Halloween. He’s hanging out with a human princess so he doesn’t want to upstage her while, at the same time, he must be suitably attired.
Many of you were curious about this other Scottie’s tartan outfit and bagpipes so maybe Angus’ peeps will let us know where he got his accessories.
McButton’s owner and portraitist writes: “Her original name given was ‘Button,’ but we picked up from her breeder at McDonalds so we added Mc to “Button”. She doesn’t have the normal Scottish Terrier personality; she’s more loving and very very friendly. When arriving at the dog park she greets people first, dogs second. She does this high-pitched whine for things she wants and it’s so annoying that she gets her way… 🙂 She’s 2 years old, born in Ohio, now lives in New Mexico.”
And she looks great in a witch hat.
Today I received an email from Marie, owner of the Scottie devil dog. She wrote:
Attached is a photo of Connor all dressed up in his Halloween finery. It is not really a costume, but his alter ego suit. As a great breeder once said to me, be careful what you name them..it could come true. Well Connor must be Gaelic for TROUBLE…because he is, but we would not trade him for anything.
By the way, he is the son of mom of the litter of the six Scotties in the Uncle Sherman video. Makes him half brother to all those crazy puppies.
The Uncle Sherman video is one of the Scottie News‘ all time favourites and an Oscar award winner to boot. Any excuse to play it again. Needless to say, Connor, all his siblings and Uncle Sherman totally rock.
Degrees of separation to Sherman? One-two!!!
But it’s aww inspiring.
Alas, we didn’t spot any costumed Scotties so you’ll just have to browse our Halloween archives.
As a terrible Halloween person, who only twice in her life has ever put together a decent costume, I am totally in awe of these dogs and their wonderfully original and creative outfits.
Follow this safety advice whether you’re having your Scottish Terrier go out trick or treating, or just answering the doors to little ghosts and witches.