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Bosley is a 12 week old Wheaten Scottish Terrier that was stolen during a house burglary. We do not think that he was stolen to order. The police are involved. if anyone contacts you for advice or trimming a wheaten Scottie, please can you ask whereabouts he came from and let me know if it sounds suspicious. If you could obtain contact details then that would be greatly appreciated.

If you know of anyone in the Bedfordshire area please can you forward the poster on.

Many thanks

Jenny Morris


SCOTTIE BREED NOTES 6-4-10

The Scottish Terrier Club of England held an open show on the 20th March. Best in Show was Angela Beckton's Kentwella Karamel by Glengracie, Reserve best in Show was Helena and Jenny Morris' Lucia's Dream Serenade Scotchmore and Best Opposite Sex was Gail Dixon's Chatterdale Diablo. Best Puppy was Elizabeth Blower's Killisport Koala.

National Terrier saw John Gaskell in the hot seat and the dog CC, his second, went to Kathy Earl's Turnaware Buccaneer and the reserve Dog CC went to Miss Hovagimyan's Tamzin Mr Prospector. Bitch CC, her second went to Angela Beckton's Kentwells Karamel by Glengracie and the Reserve Bitch CC went to Jane Miller's Brio Exquizite.

I am also the single lead breed health co-ordinator for Scottish Terriers. I am currently carrying out a survey on any health related issues in Scottish Terriers. If you would like a copy of the health questionaire,
please email me at: scotchmore@btinternet.com.

Jenny Morris


Crufts Group 09 Judge's Report

It was an honour and a privilege to be invited to judge the terrier group at the most prestigious dog show in the world. It is an experience that I will remember for the rest of my life. Special thanks must go to the organisation for the invitation to judge this group and for the hospitality extended to me.

I selected eight for further consideration. The Bull Terrier, Wire Fox, Glen of Imaal, Lakeland, Sealyham, Scottish, Irish and Norwich. Having moved each of them once more, it was decision time.

G1: The Sealyham, Am/Can/Sw Ch Efbe’s Hidalgo at Goodspice, a really outstanding dog, presented and shown to perfection. Without doubt he is the best Sealyham I have seen and easily one of the best dogs I have judged of any breed in the past 48 years of judging. His showmanship is something special and he really commands attention – and deserves it. Must be one of the all time greats. I will never forget him.

G2: The Scottie, Am Ch Round Town Mercedes of Maryscot, an impressive female in good condition and superbly presented, lovely head, neck and shoulders, good tailset and hindquarters, great body condition, moved freely but not with the vigour of the Sealyham. Handled to perfection.

G3: The Norwich, Ch Ragus Rings True, a top class dog in excellent coat and condition, beautiful head and ears, lovely expression, short back, good tailset, good legs and feet, very well presented and handled.

G4: The Irish, Ch Brazan Seghill, beautiful bitch in great condition, typical head and ears, good neck and well placed shoulders, lovely size, nice length of body, very sound, showed very well and moved freely, excellent presentation.

HARRY O’DONOGHUE


SCOTTIE BREED NOTES 10-1-09


The Committee of the Scottish Terrier Club of Ireland would like to extend a real Irish welcome to Overseas dogs who may wish to visit our Shows.

It will be possible to enter our show and the Euro show online at www.dogshowentry.ie Schedules will be available shortly on our site www.irishscotties.com or from myself.

For information relating to the Euro Winners Show Click Here

Those requiring information regarding Pet Passport and the importation of Dogs into Ireland please Click Here

Following the Show we hope to have a cheese and wine celebration.

Fionnuala
www.glenfitor.com
Tel: 00353 86 8750614

Fionnuala Malone Writes:

The Scottish Terrier Club of Ireland will beholding a second Breed Club Show on 29th May 2009
in the National Show Centre. Time to be decided by the IKC.

Our Judge is a founder member of the Club Mrs Frances Hickey.
Schedules will be available shortly and online entry at www.dogshowentry.ie

Our traditional Club Show will be held at Swords and Mrs Sue Thomson will preside.

Fionnuala

 


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