Meet The Very Important Pooches

     

    Bruster (Tsitrus)

    • Boy
    • Dog date of birth: 4th August 2020
    • Owner: Olga
    • Country: United Kingdom
    • Have you had your dog since they were puppies?: Yes
    • Was your dog a rescue dog?: No
    • How long have you been parent to Scotties?: 20 years
    • Do you have any Scottie Dog memorabilia? If yes, what kind?:
    • Highlights of my dog’s life:

      The characteristic features of my dog are energy and curiosity. He is completely absorbed in walking, regardless of the weather conditions. The smells that interest him serve as a source of invaluable information for him and lure him into their own special world. He is happy. We must pay tribute, he patiently endures inconvenience and damage, for example, paws (after all, there are still 3).
      He really wants to contact other dogs, but he does not always manage to be friendly with everyone (since he is not castrated). He understands intonation perfectly and is quite independent.

What our members say about their Scottie

 

Olive

Olive likes zooming around. She’s very food orientated and enjoys, treats, puddles and digging. Unfortunately the digging has cost my husband his once beautiful lockdown maintained lawn…

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Our mission is to recognise, celebrate and promote best practices for keeping Scottish Terrier Dogs, to mutually support our members, and make the general public aware of this complicated, special and rare breed.