While my now brother, Dooley, came to live in Durham when he was jus 4 months old, I didn’t come to live in Durham until I was 4 years old. My first family gave me to Scottie Rescue and my now Mom, Muir, rescued me. Here’s a picture of me before I came to live with Mom.
Angus posing for his Rescue picture
My first day, I met my other now brother, Emerson, and we sniffed around until we got to know one another better.
Angus and Emerson getting to know one another
Since I’ve been in Durham, I’ve been to 2 series of classes which included Agility and Obedience. Mom and I have a great time going to classes.
Angus on the walk in his second class
I like Durham. Now I’m getting to know some new friends who when I get better from my surgery will be walking around out neighborhood again. Hooray!
Ben and Dooley have a certain connection. They both love to run. They are like twins!
“But Mom, I’m a big dog!”
For more photos from our latest pack walk, check out the Awesomeness blog.
Seeing Pepper on the pack walk and seeing her human, reminded me of my first day in Durham. I was a little scared and very excited. I was taken in a car from Jacksonville, NC up to a road side stop where I first met my human, Muir. She had Pepper’s human, Nancy, with her. We all got in Muir’s car and drove to Durham. I got out with Nancy and a little while later Muir came back with my now brothers Emerson and Angus. For a little while I stayed in a gated area in Muir’s livingroom until Emerson, Angus and I got used to one another. That was after Muir gave me a bath, because I didn’t smell very good at first. I’m much better now. Here’s a picture of me in my gated area before we all got used to one another.
Dooley looks up at his new mom
Welcome to the new site of Emerson, Angus and Dooley, three of the sweetest, most handsome, charming and wonderful Scottish terriers in the known universe. (We are also very modest.)
Now that we have our very own web space, we are looking forward to “dog-blogging” about our adventures — from our favorite treats and daily dog walks around the neighborhood to our occasional encounters with visiting white-tailed deer, school buses, and C-A-T-s.
We hope you enjoy our stories!