Tuesday, August 6, 2013


 All of you who have been following 
our blog for some time
remember when Dad got
an end of school gift -
and we named her Iverness -
Ivy for short.
(Sorry Bertie, we left out an "n" -
we know you're from Aberdee now too - BOL!!)
We had a "good excuse" 
for doing that -
we didn't want people
to call her "Iny".

 She's been an illusive girl
when it comes to getting
her picture taken.

 She likes to do
a bit of doga

 or go running by.

 This is about as close
as Mom will get
to photographing Ivy
on her favorite red bench!!

That's our girl!!

Lilly, Piper, Celti and Ivy


Linda said...

Ivy, you surely were adogable as a pup and grew up to be a beauty, but you've got to stop leaving your bones next to the front porch!

Hugs to all at Rocky Creek Farm,
Linda, Abby & Arlo

Vicki M. said...

We surely do love Ivy! She is beautiful! We send our love to all the furkids at RC! <3

Jazzi said...

Ivy looks very pretty and happy!!


scotsmad said...

We remember Ivy when she was tiny. She sure grew up. We hope she's calmed down, too.

XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

Wallace Wright-Parkin said...

What a pretty girl!

Bouncing Bertie said...

Well done Ivy for evading the camera so well. Great to see you though.
Toodle pip!
Boucing Bertie from Aberdee, Scotlad.

Mitch and Molly said...

It's so nice to see you, Ivy! You're a beautiful girl!

Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly

Anonymous said...

Ivy, your just like my pal Shadow, she likes to do her own thing and ignores the flashie box also!

The Mad Scots

Two French Bulldogs said...

Hurry run, BOL
Benny & Lily

Ranger said...

Hehehe. So, Ivy's a bit camera shy huh? One of my furfriends is 9 yrs old (a Westie) and whenever his Mom even reaches for a camera, he runs away.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I can't believe how grown up Ivy is--She's lovely, even if she does leave her bones around for people to fall over! :-) I do hope Gary is on the mend, I've been thinking a lot about you all!

Deborah said...

She is such a sweetie!
Love that name too!

Deborah ;)

Sweet William The Scot said...

You are back! I remember I said I thought Ivy would grow up looking like a Newfoundler with long furs. Boys was I wrong.

Sweet William The Scot had a stress fracture in his worst deformed leg. I was not sure it would heal, but it has. The vet is not very encouraging that this won't continue to happen.

Lynn if you have not voted in the Dogs on Quilts category. We are #55and would appreciate your vote. I saw you voted for Ranger in the Art Quilt category. Our quilt was all hand stitched.

Thanks for being a friend
Sweet William The Scot

Sweet William The Scot said...

Lynn ~ Remember awhile back when you told Scotties about a genetics health study by Van Andel Institute. Well we all filled out the questionnaire on line and to my knowledge I was the only one who got the swab kit and more questions. I read somewhere that part of the grant money was from Anstamm. Well here to find out Sweet Williams fourth generation about back was Anstamm Venture On AM CH ROMS. What a crime to take such great breeding and have a puppy mill trash it. SWTS has had a stress fracture in his bad dysplasia ankle and I carried him for two months, he is better now.
I had gotten his first page of ancestors from the AKC but if I had paid for the next page Anstamm was right there.
Sweet William The Scot

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