Category Archives: Rescue

In Praise of Scotties – vol. 2

Scotties are celebrated in Anne Billingham’s 2nd edition In Praise of Scotties book (Facebook page) including features on our favorite artists Bonnie Portraits (Facebook page) and Archy Scottie (Facebook page). Best of all are the bios of Scotties from 3 continents across the world! Agility Scottie Hitchcock (Facebook page) and his siblings are featured, too. Proceeds from the purchase (which ships around the world) support STECS Scottie Rescue UK (Facebook page) – Scottish Terrier Emergency Care Schemefor rescuing and re-homing Scotties.

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Lacy’s Legacy Rescue 2013 annual reunion

Angus was honored today at the annual picnic at the Carver County Fairgrounds as a member of the class of 2013 from Lacy’s Legacy Scottie and Westie Rescue at All of the Westies and Scotties were there who found their furever homes. Winston came along to cheer Angus on!

All of the high res images are posted in a Lacy’s Legacy gallery at Pets and Portraits Photography @ shootproof LacysLegacycollage

St. Pat’s Day Parade in Maple Lake

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Lacy’s Legacy, Scottie and Westie rescue organization, is hosting it’s annual St. Patricks Day Parade Saturday, March 16, 11 AM in Maple Lake, MN: Here’s how it works…..If you have a Scottie, Westie or Cairn you are welcome to march with us! 11:00 We will meet and gather as a group for a grilled lunch 12:30 We will walk together to the parade line up area 1:30 Parade begins! MSD Angus is looking forward to seeing his foster family and marching with the Irish on their special day!

(The cost is FREE however Lacy’s Legacy will be accepting free will offerings to
cover the cost of the food and for future rescue expenses).See flyer for details.

Buster finds a home…at the Door County Scottie Rally

Here is a new friend we met at the Door County Scottie Rally. If we met you at the Scottie Rally give us a shout out we’d love to hear your stories, too!

The St. Louis Scottish Terrier Rescue, website, (the Rescue coordinator in the Midwest for the Scottish Terrier Club of America), found a home for Scottie Buster at the Door County Scottie Rally! (DCSR Facebook) He was adopted by the Williamson Clan of Scottie Acres. He will share his home with siblings Harry, Scotty, and Suzie Q. Congratulations, Angela and Vicki!

Follow Friday…Jack and Dottie

Bee Duffy from Belfast shares Jack and DottieI had been looking for a Scottie for a while, but couldn’t find any breeders in Ireland. Then I discovered STECS, the Scottish Terrier Emergency Care Scheme. I emailed them and a lovely lady, Karen, got back to me to say she had a 5 year old Scottie named Jack whose owners, were returning to South Africa and couldn’t take him with them…we went to Malahide, a beautiful seaside town. We met in a car park and, after a lot of tears and sadness all round, we put Jack in the car and drove him to his new home. He’s a lovely old boy, a bit grey at the edges but loyal, friendly and well behaved. He likes fish, paddling in the sea and pig’s ears.

About a year and half later, I got an email from Karen. She had a little Scottie girl, called Dottie, who would be a perfect companion for Jack. We arranged to meet at the beach. Dottie, who had probably never seen the sea before, was terrified. Despite her unfortunate start in life, she is the most friendly and affectionate dog I have ever had. She is fearless with other, bigger, scarier dogs but terrified of traffic. She is also the greediest dog I have ever had and can find food in places we wouldn’t even think of. When she first arrived she was over excited by almost everything (some times doing a tiny wee, out of sheer joy!) she rarely kept still, but she learned from Jack that she had to stop jumping up and down long enough for me to put her lead on to take her for a walk.

Follow Friday…Simon and Gordan

Thanks for following our lead, Laura, and sharing these photos of your Black & White Scotties with the Modern Scottie Dog blog readers! Laura writes, “…Simon & Gordan live in Torrington, CT. They are both 5 & will be 6 in November. We got Simon Henry (Black) as a puppy, and 3 1/2 years ago we rescued Gordan (Wheaten) from a puppy mill in Kansas City, through the rescue out there. He is the most lovable Scottie, which most of them its on there own turns. We are seasonal campers, and they both can’t wait until Friday to go to the camper, and take walks.”

Follow Friday…Rocky Mountain Scottish Terrier Rescue

Thanks for following the lead at MSD… Janice, “Just subscribed to your blog and I love it! I have been adopting Scottish Terriers from the Rocky Mountain Scottish Terrier Rescue for almost twenty years.  Quincy, Darby, Lola, Annie, Jock, Maggie and Mack have all been a part of my life over those years.”