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    Red face scottie dog (black)

    hi have been trawling the internet does anyone know where i can find somewhere is scotland that breds these dogs, me and my family are desperate for one, does anyone know anyone who may breed they locally.

    if anyone could give me any info on these dogs mabye you own one, are they a good family pet? I know that a dog is as only as good as the owners have trained them, but we would be willing to put in the time and effort.

    thanks if anyone can give me any info.

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    sorry cant help out with info, but just want to say what lovely family pets they make we had one when i lived at home, he was called hamish, he was such alovely dog.
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    what a lovely name for a scottie, i would love a male one called MAC, origianl i know.

    will keep looking!!!

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    This is a list of breeders for Scottish Terriers and a couple are from Scotland. Hope this helps.

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    thanks for that shabbychic,

    i am now please to tell everyone that i am going to be the proud owner of a scottie dog, pick him up on sat, so cant wait.

    now the fun begins, any tips on coping with a puppy!!!

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    That's great news. Bet you can't wait. Hope you will have the camera handy so we can all see pictures of wee "Mac".

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    Quote Originally Posted by miller30 View Post
    thanks for that shabbychic,

    i am now please to tell everyone that i am going to be the proud owner of a scottie dog, pick him up on sat, so cant wait.

    now the fun begins, any tips on coping with a puppy!!!

    Hide everything lol
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    thanks for that floyd,

    surely it wont be that bad!!!!

    i am so excited i cant wait till sat,

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    Totally chuff'd to hear that yer gettin a Scottie!!! Know EXACTLY what you mean about how difficult it is getting one as we had the same problem last year! We got our Scottie dog (Brodie, well... according to the bairns Brodie Broostar!!!) from Aberdeen last August and he's a real star! Would have another one in a flash, although they are quite famous for taking a long time to house train, ours was 4 months!!!! But luve him to bits!!!

    Good luck and keep us posted!

    PS Where did u get him from?

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    There's an American guy who lives up in Altiphurst, Strathy who breeds them too.
    Good idea to get a dog cage for the pup, then if you have to leave him alone in house nothing will get chewed, and he has his own bed to go to.

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    phone the thurso vets they know a man up near kirtomy who breeds them

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClachanHope View Post
    Good idea to get a dog cage for the pup, then if you have to leave him alone in house nothing will get chewed, and he has his own bed to go to.
    I would highly recommend a dog cage as well.Benjy has had one since he was a puppy and he loves it!

    When do you get your puppy today?
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    Smile Here's a photo of our wee Scottie Brodie!

    This is a photo of Brodie at the Canisbay Show last weekend, he won Champion dog!!! Totally didn't expect that but chuff'd to bits!!!!
    Last edited by bumkin; 11-Aug-09 at 14:42.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumkin View Post
    This is a photo of Brodie at the Canisbay Show last weekend, he won Champion dog!!! Totally didn't expect that but chuff'd to bits!!!!

    congratulations,brodie...well done.

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    Thank you!

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    Aw what a lovely wee fellow Brodie is.

    Congratulations on winning Champion Dog.
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    Thank u Liz

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    aww brodie looks great, its funny to think my wee mac will get to that size sooner that we think!!!

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