We Love Scotties!
Enjoy Your Summer Everyone
and Take Time to Stop and Smell the Roses!
We Save Them...
We Love Them...
We Let Them Go...
We Never Forget Them.
Because they are...
Scottie Paws that
Touch our Hearts Forever.
SAVING ONE DOG WILL NOT CHANGE THE WORLD, BUT SURELY FOR THAT ONE DOG,
THE WORLD WILL CHANGE FOREVER.
Scottish Terriers have a greater risk of developing cancer than other purebred dogs.
Genetic problems in Scotties include:
Find health info on the "Help Me" page.
Scottie Paws Forever shares with you the story of our rescue Tommy and his battle to survive. Tommy was a true die-hard and his love for life gave him the will to fight his cancer as long as he possibly could. Tommy was so happy in his new life with us - I know he never wanted to give it up.
Scottie Paws Forever also shares stories of my Scotties Caileigh Ann, Mackie and Sissy, rescued Scotties, Scottie friends, and many health concerns we have for our beloved little Scots.
Anyone who is owned by a Scottie understands they are a special breed, each with their own unique personality. Scotties are intelligent & stubborn, feisty & sweet and can be little demanding at times. Scotties are all these things and more, wrapped up in one tough little package. Let's keep them with us for as long we possibly can.
What does your Scottie dream of?
Some may dream of toys and treats...
others just dream of a loving home.
Meet the Scotties whose dreams came true.
Check out our Scottie theme items.
Meet our Scottie friends.
Find Pet Information
You'll Find It All In The Scottie Zone!
Tommy was our rescue.
Tommy was a great guy.
Tommy had a great big heart.
Tommy had cancer.
April 30, 2010
Our journey begins...