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I live in a college town where people are constantly moving and leaving stuff behind. My little Etta was abandoned by her owners when they moved. We found her wandering around in the middle of the street. We went through the neighborhood trying to find out where she lived. We found the neighbor of her previous owners who informed us that they moved and called to tell them we found their dog. When they talked to them they said that they didn't have any dogs anymore and hung up the phone. I don't see how anyone could leave this sweet little girl like that. She is the most adorable sweet dog I have ever met. I had a scottish terrier when I was younger and just love them. I decided to keep her and coundn't be happier!
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We hope you find this page informative. Scotties are not for everyone.
They require constant attention, special medical treatment , and training.
If you are not familiar with the breed please do your research before selecting a Scottish Terrier to adopt.
Please visit the Tampa Bay Scottish Terrier Site and also the Tampa Bay Humane Society.
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