Between Leah H.’s two Pembrokes, Scotty is “definitely the boss – and a moody one at that. He only comes and says hello to you when he feels like it (probably only 40% of the time), whereas Alice (the Tri) is always waiting at the end of the hall for a pat and a tummy rub when I get home.”
“He was raised outside in a kennel and had never known the inside of a house. Now he’s an indoor dog and would rather be inside if we’re home.”
“It was quite strange getting a boy dog, because I always had girls growing up. Now I couldn’t do without him!”
“Scotty has the best smile known to anyone. It doesn’t matter what he does, that smile just makes you forget. At first he was really scared of men, which for my stepdad was a horrible thing, as he is one of those natural dog people to whom dogs naturally gravitate. Scotty still gets scared of loud noises and is wary if he sees you have something in your hand by your side, but he has become such a lovely and great dog.”
“He is the world’s most lovable (I am biased) and loyal dog. When I’m home by myself, he sits at my feet and guards both the back and front door.”
“Intially we got him to keep Nikki our Jack Russell company, but unfortunately we lost her to Cain Toad posioning. After that Scotty became lonely, as he had always been around other dogs.”
“After losing Nikky we looked around for dogs that needed a good home. While searching a breeder’s site in Australia, I found a six-month-old girl in Tasmania for sale. After long thoughts (about two minutes) we decided to apply for her and we got her.”
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Scott and Alice, you ROCK!
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