Sweet William The Scot's" page. Sweet William who is the sweetheart of Jazzi was rescued from a puppy mill by his very loving Mom. Now due to inbreeding (which is no fault of Sweet Williams) he has problems with his front legs. Do we care about such things - no sirrrrreeeeeee.
Sweet William is just the most adorable little guy and has the biggest heart- unlike 'anonymous' who obviously has NO heart. So we just wanted to show our support for Sweet William and his Mom because we too have been the target of these 'anonymous' person's mean comments.
We have had messages such as - "white shelties are a disgrace to the breed and that they (which mean us) should have been drowned at birth" and that "we should be ashamed to call ourselves shelties" Well Mom wasn't hurt by these comments but she sure got mad. Once she calmed down she just felt sad that these anonymous's obviously have nothing better to do then to be mean and she hopes and prays that they don't haven't doggies of their own, because with attitudes like that you have to wonder how they would treat their furbabies. Mom has never mentioned these before as she doesn't think it is worth giving 'anonymous' any recognition - but she knows it really hurt Sweet William's Mom and she just wanted to let her know she is not alone and it happens to many of us.
But also these 'anonymous' types need to think about something - how did we ever get so many different colors and sizes in dogs? At one time only a black doberman could enter the show ring - now there is red ones. Should they have been "drowned at birth too" because they were different? What about the 3 sizes of beagles? Difference - whether it is color, size or a physical disability doesn't mean the doggie is any less loving or that it 'isn't good enough' to be part of it's breed. We love ALL our bloggy buddies - no matter breed, color, size or disability - YOU ARE ALL THE BEST!