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Jane Fiddick recalls what it was like to raise WeeBit, a puppy Scottie, in 1940s austerity Britain. Jane also discusses her late husband national newspaper journalist and broadcaster Peter Fiddick's denial WeeBit ever existed and his aversion t
Meet brave Sara Cox, whose 15-year-old black Scottish Terrier Sophie sadly crossed the rainbow bridge in August
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Britain's biggest tourist magnets.
We introduce Stuart Medland, a wildlife painter, who was commissioned to use his special angular style of painting to capture the magic of Scottish Terriers Pikush and Pudding
Our friends at Scottish Terrier Emergency Rescue held their inaugural "down south" party on Sunday May 19, 2019 and as such linked paws with the London Scottie Club. The event, organised by LSC and STECS members Susie and Alan Page and attended
Our friends at Scottish Terrier Emergency Rescue held their inaugural "down south" party on Sunday May 19, 2019 and as such linked paws with the London Scottie Club.
George Matlock visits the accomplished Thai singer-songwriter Dolchai in his Bangkok apartment to find out how he keeps nine Scotties in the top of a four-storey building...
STECS' Welfare Officer Cath Marchbank talks about the importance of the Scottie rescue charity's presence at the Discover Dogs event in London. Interviewed by George Matlock, 21 October 2017...
Cath gives Margie a big squeeze On Saturday October 21, London Scottie Club was privileged and thrilled to join our pals at the Scottish Terrier Emergency Care Scheme ("STECS") for their annual turn at the Kennel Club of Great Britain's Discove
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