Cute video about a Scottie saving his best friend. Reminds me of Bridget’s Great Adventure and Rescue.
You can also see more of the rescue on ABC World News Now.
His relentless barking alerted neighbour Susan Green who rushed round and dialled 999 for help.
When paramedics arrived they told cleaner Mrs Clarke (that) her husband would have returned home to find her dead had it not been for the alert sounded by their 12-year-old pet.
The Indiana Daily Student reports:
About eight dogs will play in the Briscoe Quad activity room from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Two Yorkshire terriers, a Scottish terrier, a flat-coated retriever mix and several huskies are expected to be available for any student who is willing to receive a slobbery kiss during the Furry Finals Fix.
Hmm, at the headquarters of the Scottish Terrier and Dog News, I always get landed with more dog entertainment duties come exam time.
Update: Read all about how the event went off.
… but dies in fire.
So pointless, so sad.
Must put new battery in smoke alarm. After all, it’s the back-up system for our Scottish Terrier.
Hats off to another Scottie hero.
Scottish Terrier, Bonnie, has become Marie Richard’s guardian angel. When the dog runs up and gives a low-pitched whimper, Marie knows a seizure is on its way.