Have a question about health of your Scottie? Send to Scottie MOT Pawed-Cast and we will try to feature it soon!
Alabama Rot is a growing and deadly menace for dogs in the UK. Jacky Ash explains how to spot it and what to do. We also discuss the first London Scottie Club Members’ online poll on the topic of grooming and find out how the new podcast series are winning new listeners. LSC would like to apologise the audio was not optimal during this broadcast. A technical thing!
April is here. And with it the dodgy errands at work which turn out to be a spoof. We all know Scotties are comical but sometimes their antics can get to be too much for their owners. Cath Marchbank discusses how to evade a Storm in a Teacup and we celebrate some Scottie birthdays. Well, someone had to be born on April Fool’s Day!
Crufts 2022, canine-friendly gardening, STECS donating medication campaign and sofa Scotties are the topics STECS Welfare Officer Cath Marchbank tackles in our latest edition of Scottie MOT from London Scottie Radio. During the show Cath mentioned a service that helps identify toxins which canines could meet on their adventures. LSC believes it is better if we can avoid the toxic plants in the first place and with Spring on the way, we therefore share here a list of dangerous plants as compiled by charity Dogs Trust.
Imagine visiting the vets and it taking the vet 30 minutes to study the notes. Such was the story of one Scottish Terrier who had many ailments in his life but still managed to live with his devoted owners for 11 years. Hear the amazing story of Monty told by owner Holly Rogers.
Nail-biting episode of Scottie MOT with Jacky Ash, and we ask what to do if you no longer need medication prescribed for your Scottie?
STECS Welfare Officer Cath Marchbank tackles the nuisance of fleas and discuss one of the most prevalent illnesses to hit Scotties, bladder cancer. We dedicate this episode of Scottie MOT to the memory of Gordon the Wheaten Scottie from Virginia, USA. If you have a question for Scottie MOT be sure to visit www.Scottie.Scot and provide as much detail as you can (attach photos or short video if this helps). All Scottish Terrier owners are welcome to submit questions.