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I wanna be like Stu!

I grew up following my idol, Stuart of scottiechronicles.com (RIP, Dec 2015). Stuart was a purebred Scottie but wasn’t “show quality” because he had white patches. Ridiculous-he was wonderful and was not only wonderful to his peeps but gave the rest of us many smiles.

 

IIn this house, we all love Stuart and want to be like Stu!

Stuart is my inspiration so I’m sprouting white patches on my chest and feet to be like Stu.

 

 

 

About Kali

I'm a rescue Scottish Terrier mix in New River, Arizona

32 comments on “I wanna be like Stu!

  1. Coco and Chu Chu say a big Hi!

  2. I got white dots and don’t feel so good ~ so I don’t think I want to be like Stu.
    Sugar Billy

  3. that is a great idea to be like Stu!!! he was a super scottie and for me he still is BIS, no matter what judges & breeders say… it’s a patch of honor I think ….

  4. I think that is a great way to remember our pals,xx Speedy

  5. I didn’t know Stuart, but have heard what a wonderful Scottie he was. Nothing wrong with following in the pawsteps of your role model. 🙂

  6. White patches. A fitting tribute to Stuart! Based on that theory, I have been making some significant tributes to Stu especially on my chinny chin chin.

  7. I didn’t know Stuart either, but it sounds like he was all that and a bag of chips.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

  8. We loved Stu as well. SHE met Stu in the furs once.

  9. Sidney and Sophie are also sprouting white hair in honor of our friend Stuart. Shelby is wheaten and is mostly white to start. She is turning more red. Is that the equivalent to turning white in wheatens?

  10. Sam has a white soul patch, can a poodle be like Stu that way?

  11. OOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Kali, precious, the Dad Peep and I are 100% sure that Angel Stu is proud to have you sporting his do. Stu. You. WOOOOOOOO!

  12. How fetching – Stu set the standard for quiet elegance. Our Mom peep is also emulating him with her hair.

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