Scottie: “Nose 4 News”

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Intent of this page – A “nose for news” means the instinctive skill or facility for discovering things.  In journalism, specifically, it means the ability to ferret out newsworthy things from routine or trivial day-to-day activities or occurrences.  A person who has a nose for news is naturally inquisitive and with a strong interest in affairs or events other than those that involve himself or herself.  When you have a strong nose for news, that means you have the potential to become a news reporter someday, whether for your campus paper or for the mass media.

Santa Chopper

Chopper’s First Christmas, c. Our very own “Chopper” is ready for Christmas!

 

And on the 9th day God looked down on his children and said they need a companion so God Made A Dog. We think this Paul Harvey style tribute to dogs is perhaps the best description of Man’s Best Friend We’ve ever heard. On the 8th day, God Made A Farmer. On the 9th day, He made a dog. We hope all the dog lovers enjoy this video as much as we did!

“We put a little piece of Heaven in your life” ™
FYI – We are very proud to be a breeder of American Kennel Club Scottish Terriers, (AKC).  The American Kennel Club has hundreds of generations of their dogs on file. Non-A.K.C. registries do not inspect kennels, nor do they maintain generational information. If you purchase a puppy that is not A.K.C. registered, you are probably supporting a puppy mill. Inexperienced breeders and puppy mill’s will attempt to sell puppies which have their dew claws because of the cost and responsibility of removal. In most cases they were born at home and have never seen a Veterinarian selling below  $1,700.00  without a pedigree or traceable health lineage. (Sadly, some of these puppies only live 4-8 years.)
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