If dogs could blush, this would be the moment. London Scottie Radio, the podcast service of London Scottie Club, has just been voted a top-30 provider of news in London.
This week the idyllic islands of New Zealand were devastated by a cyclone causing the country to declare only its third-ever state of emergency in its history.
Hello fellow readers and listeners. This is Amy from the London Scottie Club newsroom. I have a wee small announcement I would like to make.
For the first time we have combined to bring you audio and our text articles together! From now on, you will be able to listen to our articles as podcasts as well as read them on the website. The idea was first introduced in 2016 and we called it “Blog On The Go”. Well, now it is really here. We will not select everything that we post on the website. But we will select articles that we feel will be suited to podcasts. Be sure to subscribe to our podcasts from your favourite podcast player app. And be sure to visit our website to see cute Scotties and their amazing stories. Here’s our first story, A Scottie Snow Ball.
One thing you don’t expect around your pet dog. For them to go missing. When it happens we hope that communities are able to find your dog and return them safely and swiftly. …
What is your dog telling you when they bark at others across the street? We asked our club Members in a poll. This is also one of the topics tackled on the latest episode of Scottie MOT by guest Cath Marchbank.
Scottie MOT is back and this month it is an extended edition with Cath Marchbank which could be re-titled Scottie MORT. That is because we discuss how owners and second pets should prepare for the passing of a Scottie.
Have a question about health of your Scottie?
Please be aware that presenters on the podcast responding to your question are not medically-qualified veterinary surgeons but have many years of extensive experience working with Scottish Terriers. They provide their time and knowledge without monetary reward.