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Saturday 10th April – Introducing Tia and Copper!

Posted in Derby,Scotti Dog Blog,Scottish Terriers by scottishdogs on April 10, 2010

Met Copper today and at last have some pictures to show you (see below) of Copper who is friendly and very independent.  She knows her mind does Copper and likes to go her own way!  Copper actually smiles when she is happy and we love that. Then we met Tia who is a really pretty West Highland White who always looks clean and does not like having her bottom sniffed (by me).  Tia has sparkles in her collar and knows she is pretty.  Her dad (mum asked his name and has since forgotten it – apologies to Tia’s dad) bathes her with really expensive shampoo from the vets and you can tell.

Mum has decided we are urban scotties because there is no way she can pretend we are not.  We live in Derby and rely heavily on local parks for our exercise, which is fine, but so does everyone else.  This is why we meet so many dogs, and we all agree this is wonderful even though it would be wonderful to walk among the rolling hills of say, the Lake District or Scotland.  We will not harp on, on this though, we have lots of friends and that makes us very happy!

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  1. We live in town, too. So we walk on the streets or parks as well. And we meet lots of dogs. We love running into our friends and meeting new ones. Bella and Kendra just aren’t fond of people. Me? I love everyone. (Copper looks a good sort).

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

  2. scottishdogs said,

    Hi Daisy, Kendra and Bella

    Mum cannot remember if she replied to your comment or not, but we are glad you meet lots of dogs. How does your mum walk you, does she have a three way lead? We walk on a two way lead and Bonny always has to walk on the outside.

    Yours
    Hector McKenzie


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