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Scottie Sweet Taters with Cast Iron Scottie | Laurel Wreathe | Recipes for Scotties Terriers

Scottie Sweet Taters

Does your Scottie love healthy snacks? Mine do, and they absolutely love these Scottie Sweet Taters. About once a week, I bake 2-3 sweet potatoes and store them in fridge for snack time.

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Scottie Dog Collectible Magazines Volumes I, II, and III | Laurel Wreathe | Scotties Terrier Blog

A Treasury of Scottie Dog Collectibles

As a Scottie lover, owner and breeder my fascination with Scottie collectibles has become an obsession. I discovered these excellent collectibles books published 1998, 2000 and 2001 respectfully.

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Scottish Terrier Trade Card Text on Back, Scottie and Little Girl on Back | Laurel Wreathe | Scottish Terrier Blog

Scottie Collectibles | Trade Cards

If you love Scotties, then most likely you love to collect anything Scottie! I recently came across trade cards featuring Scotties on ebay and wanted to share a few with you.

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TLC Dog Food | Laurel Wreathe | What dog food is best for scotties

Selecting the Right Dog Food

Selecting the right dog food can be the most important decision you make when bringing home, a puppy. There are so many brands available it can be mind boggling.

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Scottie Cookie Cutter | Laurel Wreathe | Scottie Cookie Recipe

Scottie Cookie Recipe

You can save those extra dollars and make dog cookies yourself. Here is a quick and easy dog cookie recipe, but not just any dog cookie recipe – a Scottie cookie recipe.

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The Official Book of Scottish Terriers | Laurel Wreathe | Scottish Terrier Resources

Awesome Resource on Scottish Terriers

Did you know that the Scottie was bred specifically to drive out vermin and rodents of all sizes? This explains the long snoot, the thick coat, short legs and constant desire to sniff every blade of grass!

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Laurel wreathe Scottish Terrier, 2 years old, in park

How to groom your Scottish Terrier

The grooming of Scottish Terriers is a demanding task but you need to do it on regular basis due to the type of coat it has. The iconic appearance with a shaggy furnishing of beard, eyebrows, legs, and lower body requires professional grooming at least thrice a year if you want to keep your Scottish Terrier beautiful and attractive.

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