Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers *HOMED*

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Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers *HOMED*

Postby kaydoyle » Wed May 19, 2010 1:54 pm

These pair are almost 2yrs old and need to be rehomed together. They are being sadly rehomed due to a change in their families circumstances. They are wormed, vaccinated, microchipped and neutered. They are a gentle little pair who get on great with other dogs and children.
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby bosun » Mon May 24, 2010 11:17 pm

Can you give an idea of this pairs temperaments and needs.? They are a stunning and uncommon pair! Mary
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby kaydoyle » Tue May 25, 2010 8:20 am

They are a gentle friendly little pair - totally attached to each other. They are living in an adult home and as their owners are having a baby they now need to be rehomed.
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby angjo » Sat May 29, 2010 8:59 pm

They are stunning dogs. I hope they get sorted. Is there any news on them? :D
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby EAD » Sat Jun 05, 2010 8:44 pm

OMG they are just gorgeous!!!!!

I have a scottie lad here who I adore so really hope these pair get their forever home soon.
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby maryquinlan » Sun Jun 06, 2010 9:59 pm

hAVE THESE TWO BEEN REHOMED YET. DO THEY NEED TO
BE IN A HOME WITH SMALL CHILDREN OR DO THEY NEED
TO BE IN A HOME WITH TEENAGE CHILDREN. WOULD BE
INTERESTED IN RE HOMING THIS ADORABLE PAIR
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby ladles » Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:41 pm

Please go to the Forms section on the main site and fill out an adoption form for these two lovely dogs and email it in to DID. Thanks
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby kaydoyle » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:22 pm

Another pic of this fab pair :)
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Postby kaydoyle » Tue Jun 08, 2010 9:15 am

More pics :)
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Re: Niall & Niamh - Scottish terriers.

Postby annekelly120 » Tue Jun 15, 2010 11:38 am

Hi

We collected these two little angels last night and from the moment we met them they stole our hearts.
They were fantastic in the jeep on the trip home and proceeded to investigate every inch of our house and garden on their arrival.
They played football with John in the back garden although it was hard for him to get a touch to the ball with the tag team playing of the two top strikers.

They came for a lovely stroll then with me on the leads and they were inquisitive but very well behaved throughout the entire walk.

Niall was quite protective towards Niamh and myself and took his duty as "male" very seriously .....it was hilarious.

Overnight they were calm although they did show us where we might improve on our own tidiness - we thought the house was clean but they managed to unearth some paper that had got stuck under couch cushions and left it on the rug to show us the error of our ways.

Some little messages from each lead me to think that they might just be willing to teach us how to be their pets over time haha.

They enjoyed the walk to school this morning and were fantastic with the other children. My 7yr old nephew walked Niall and John walked Niamh up to the school with both dogs being calm and greatly increasing both boys confidence.

I will up load pics in the coming days
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