I had a Scottie named McDuff as a kid.
He had an unfortunate NARSID demise.
That is a bummer. Duff is ORNERY, which is pretty typical of the breed, but it's one of his most endearing qualities, and he and Sparty will create a huge void when they eventually leave us. I imagine everyone posting here feels the same way about their best friends.
Which dog are you asking about? Mine is a Siberian Husky mix pound pup. Probably part border collie or cattle dog.
South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado Beach, looking towards Desolation Wilderness. Haven't really had any snow here at lake level for a few years. A few inches of powdery snow over ice - seems perfect for cross country skiing, classic or skate style.
Met a very interesting dog yesterday, no picture unfortunately. A 10 year old Yellow Lab / Airedale cross.
The old boy was raised in Hawaii, and taught himself to body surf. His people would throw a ball out with a Chuck-It, and the dog would swim out for it. Over time he figured out that caching a wave in saved a lot of dog paddling.
How many of us would have figured that out on our own?
I can't wait to show our new puppies the snow this year. I've always had GSH and they loved the snow. These 2 are standard poodles so we will see. They will have to learn to like it. Meet Sadie and Hawkins - 18 weeks old after their first groom.