Our Christmas Carol

Tayler

We’ve been far too busy doing absolutely nothing this year, so we’ve had to dust off our 2014 Christmas Carol (again) and hope that we can inspire everyone to be merry and bright during the forthcoming festivities. So start practising your arooo-ing as we’ll try for a global sing-along later. This carol is also mentions many of our good scottie friends that have crossed the Rainbow Bridge, and so our thoughts are with their peeps …

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Everywhere we trot
Take a look out the garden gate, wishing we won’t be late
To meet with friends, especially that new Scott
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
barking all the way
isn’t it great to pee, on your neighbours christmas tree
Until we’re chased away

Bowls of nourishing treats for Scotties to eat
Is the wish of Kyla and clan
Peeps that don’t talk but will go for a walk
Is the hope of Wally and Sam;
And Mom and Dad can hardly wait for the day to start again.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Especially round our tree;
There’s a tree on our christmas card and two in our neighbours yard
The sturdy kind that doesn’t mind our pee.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas;
With Stuart and his art,
And the thing that will make us glad is the happiness you’ve had
Right within your heart!

Scotties scattered worldwide, we laugh and we’ve cried
to read about our friends
to visit their sites, to comment and write
is the love that never ends
And all us Scots can hardly wait for the day to start again.

Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Soon all Scots arooOOoo
And the thing that will make them stop,
is the turkey that you drop
right within their view!

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Flashback Fridays

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This is just a few days after baby Broch’s arrival at the Sparhawk Dog House back in August 2017. He’s 3 weeks younger than Alba, but he’s quite tiny. He’s now nearly 18 months old, and is still a little cutie, but we wouldn’t want him any other way now, would we?