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Scottish terrier, Scottie

a small (19-23 lb) thickset dog with short legs. The coat is hard and wiry, trimmed to a short length on the body but allowed to be full and longer on the legs, under the body, and over the eyes and around the muzzle where it forms a beard. It may be black, wheaten or brindled. The head is long and the ears sharply pointed and erect. The tail is docked to a medium length and carried upright. Called also 'diehard'. The breed is affected by Scottie cramp, craniomandibular osteopathy, cystinuria, von Willebrand's disease and atopic dermatitis.
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is a very special initiative for us all at Scotties," said John Robertson, Marketing Director at Scotties Facial Tissues.
THESE adorable Scottie dogs became some of the world's most famous pooches.
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We are so pleased to award these wonderful schools the grand prize in the 2014-2015 Scotties Trees Rock video contest," said Scotties Marketing Director, John Robertson.
8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Scotties Facial Tissues announces the launch of their 4th annual TREES ROCK
Alan Fine, chairman and chief executive officer of Rosedale, said, "Up to 48 million Scotties Packages are sold annually in Canada, making it one of the best selling facial tissues in the country.
In Group B, Scotties Junior Giants, inspired by Sean Maddocks, overcame Arriva 4-2 while Heath Hall could only manage a 3-3 stalemate with Huyton.
Scotties Junior Giants beat new boys Huyton and Prescot Golf Club 5-2 with good wins by Zak England, Brad Ferguson and Sean Maddocks.
11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Scotties Facial Tissue will be launching its second annual TREES ROCK
to sell its tissue mill in Fort Edward, New York, and to license the Scotties brand name for use on facial tissue in the United States.

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