Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Christmas Exchange

Happy Holidays from the Scotties! This year we again were part of Jazzi's gift exchange. I wonderful Scottie named Wallace got Porter and here we let him open his gift right away. He was so excited, he loved everything so much. He got a rope ball, tuff pig toy, a squeaky non stuffed squirrel toy, some yummy carob & peanut butter biscuits and a soft and perfect-fitting coat that was even his color, red!

that pig toy, he gets out of the toy box every time I put it away. Of course Ernest had to swoop in and try to steal all of the lovely presents. We cannot wait until Ernest gets his and our recipients open their gifts!


  1. Heeheehee, a happy puppy is fun to watch, and when toys and food are involved its even better.

    Your Furiends
    Susie & Bites

  2. We know Wallace and his brother Sammy. What great gifts...hard to know what to chose first...though it would always be the food with us!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  3. I've missed hearing about Ernest and Porter, I hope you guys are doing well! That is an awesome gift and I'm sure Ernest's will be just as awesome. Brodie loves those non-stuffed squeaker toys.

  4. YAY! Wallace and I are so glad that Porter loved his presents! And I'm so glad the jacket fit, red is Wallace's color too and I used his measurements in hopes that Porter would be about the same size! I love that he gets that pig toy out every time you put it away! That makes me so happy! I hope the treats were delicious! We wanted to get something that was special and didn't have the ingredients you try to avoid so when we saw those Wallace and I thought they were perfect! We are so happy you are enjoying all of your pressies Porter!

    Merry Christmas!

  5. Your Scotties are adorable! We have a 3 year old female brindle that is sweet as can be. Never bites or shows aggression, loves to play with her red kong ball and bring it back to me, and can spend all day chasing squirrels in the yard or keeping guard for them in the front window (AARRROOOO!). She did not learn any tricks...this one is too independent and we didn't want to tamper with her natural sweet personality. It's funny whenever I'm in the kitchen, she will herd me over to where her milk bone jar is at.

    We would like to get a second Scottie, but are afraid the new dog might get aggressive with her (especially if it's another female). We had a female Scottie before this one and a male black lab mix that were best buddies. Sure there would be a little snapping back and forth, but they hung out together and always shared a kennel when we boarded them.