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Entry number 1498

31st December 2018

Barbara Tribe

Subject: Happy New Year

We would like to wish all on Scottiedoglovers a very happy, healthy and peaceful New Year.

Greetings from Paddy, Mitzi, Archie, Barbara and Chris


Entry number 1497

28th December 2018

Penny Gutridge

Subject: Season's Greetings

Wishing everyone a very Happy Christmas & every blessing for New Year 2019

From xPennyx & the Paw Prints - Lily, Ceilidh, Archie & Mel,

plus Tomos & Gracie xxxxxx


Entry number 1496

24th December 2018

Dorothy Hankin

Subject: Christmas Greetings

Wishing all Scotties and furry friends, and Mums and Dads, a Happy Christmas.

Woofs from Isla and Pipin and love from Dorothy


Entry number 1495

24th December 2018

Maureen Guthrie

Subject: Christmas Greetings

To all Scottie Dog Lovers,

Dudley and I wish four legs and two legs, fur and feathers, Mums and Dads, a very happy Christmas and New Year.

A special thank you to Marion, Roger and Kyle for a wonderful site that brings us altogether, sharing the good times but also times when we cry for the loss of a friend.

Wishing everyone a very Happy Christmas and New Year - Maureen and Dudley Bear xxxx


Entry number 1494

22nd December 2018

Barbara Tribe

Subject: Christmas Greetings

Wishing all on scottiedoglovers, furries, feathered and people, a very happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year.

Many thanks to Marion, Roger and expert assistant, Kyle, for all their hard work running the website.

Love, barks, and purrs from Barbara and Chris, Paddy, Mitzi and Archie xx


Entry number 1493

21st December 2018

Benji (with little paws being guided by Liz Storrie)

Subject: Our News

Good day everyone, Benji here!

Well, what a day we had here yesterday. Mum told me I was going to the vets - actually, she said that I was going to see Daktari! Does anyone know what she was rambling on about? Much to our disgust we were up and out for a walk at 7 a.m. - that's the middle of the night! Then Iain arrived at eight and off we went. I was getting some dental work done so we got me checked in. I was a bit put out when Mum left me. The nurses were lovely and I got lots of claps and cuddles. I got my own cage with a comfy blanket, but it's not like being at home. I made sure I got the best spot on the bed last night.

I was a bit nervous about what was going to happen. Unfortunately, two poor dogs came in needing emergency operations so my treatment was cancelled. Mum came for me at four o'clock. I was so hoping that I wasn't being rehomed again. You can imagine the welcome Mum and Eilidh got. The bad news is my treatment is now happening on February 7th. The good news is I now weigh 12.3 kilos so the weight is still coming off slowly. Eilidh didn't get off 'scot-free' either as she got her booster. Mum says she really missed me.

This morning Mum is rambling on about the Asda delivery man being late. Eventually, after a lot of moaning, she checked and we had to have a wee snigger when she realised she had booked her delivery for 10 p.m. Another senior moment, Mum?

We love the greetings on the site. Archie and Mitzi, enjoy your first Christmas in your forever home. It's mine too and I can't wait to see if I get a pressie.

Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year to you all.

Love and kisses from Benji, Eilidh, Jojo, Tommy and Liz xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Entry number 1492

20th December 2018

Shadow, Ollie Bear, Thistle and Pauline

Subject: Christmas Greetings

We wish all our friends, 2 and 4 legged, fur and feathers, a Very Merry Woofmas.

We hope you have a great time, no matter where you are or what you are doing, and we all have a little time to think of our absent friends who will not be sharing this precious time with us.

We wish you all a Barking New Year and may all your dreams come true.

Lots of luv, Pauline and the Tartan Terrors Xxxxxxxxx


Entry number 1491

10th December 2018 (received evening of 9th December)

Paddy (with little paws being guided by Barbara Tribe)

Subject: Our News

Top of the morning to all!

We've had loads of rain down here and Mitzi and I really hate going out in the garden when it's wet. Mum has to push us out sometimes! She doesn't like all the mud we bring back in either.

I've had some good walks at the Donkey Sanctuary - Chris has to take me round and Mum goes halfway, as her leg isn't quite better yet, and then she waits for us to come round to meet her.

Yesterday Mum needed all the Christmas 'stuff' and it's all up in the loft. Chris has just had cataract surgery so he has to keep out of any dust so Mum said she had better do it. Chris got the ladder out of the shed for her, as poor old Mum couldn't lift it, and took it up to the landing and then I went upstairs and watched Mum climb up the ladder and lift out all the bags. Chris had to stay downstairs and keep an eye on Archie as Mum said, knowing cats, at the first chance he would be up the ladder too!

We're all looking forward to Christmas as it's Mitzi's first Christmas here and the first one for Archie too. Mum's wondering what Archie will make of the Christmas tree as he is very playful and likes batting things around. Of course, I was here last Christmas so I can take charge. I've told Mitzi that we have to be on our best behaviour as there's usually pressies for us and Mitzi was very impressed. I have to do my best and explain things to her.

That's all for now, Paddy - barks from Mitzi and purrs from Archie


Entry number 1490

8th December 2018

Liz Storrie

Subject: Christmas Greetings

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Entry number 1489

2nd December 2018 (received evening of 1st December)

Eilidh (with little paws being guided by Liz Storrie)

Subject: Our News

Hi everyone, Eilidh here!

I am much better now and still enjoying my fish/chicken diet. Needless to say, Benji is getting the same.

Things have been very quiet. The weather hasn't been too good - it's been cold with loads of rain. I hate walking in the rain, even with a coat on, but Benji, typical boy, doesn't bother. He even plods straight through puddles. Unlike Macduff, he will wear a coat. He looks smart in his green jacket.

Benji continues to settle well. Mum says it would take a bomb and the SAS to get him moved out. Secretly I really like him but keep that to yourselves, please.

We were out shopping in the car with Dad last week. We went to his house for a wee visit. Benji sniffed every inch of the house and the garden. Mum is going for one of her 'girlie' lunches (I use the term 'girlie' very loosely) on December 15th, so we will be spending some time with Dad. We always get lots of treats, much to Spoilsport's annoyance. Mind you, because little bro' is watching his figure, we are getting chicken or scrambled egg as treats. Better not complain!

I am going to the dreaded vet next month for my booster. Benji is going too, but he's getting some dental work done, so we'll be leaving him. Mum's going to be really upset but we will get him home the same day. He looked after Mum very well when I had to stay overnight.

Well, must get all settled for 'Strictly' - it is a ritual here.

Love and kisses to all XXXX


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