Jessie’s Story and An Important Reminder

Maybe Jessie needs one of these Thundershirts?

OK. Y’all get ready. ‘Cause today I’m sharing a little story with you. It’s sad, but it has a happy ending. And, it’s a reminder about something very important.

So, get comfortable and start reading. Here We go:

Hey Stuart, Thought I would send you a pee mail about my new little Scottie named Jessie. I adopted him on Oct 27. Drove to Savannah, Ga. to get him, just sick over what happened in his young life!

Jessie is a 3 yr. old male black Scottie who lost his home due to a terrible fire. His peeps and a cat buddy didn’t survive. He was outside and a firefighter or policeman grabbed him as he tried to run inside the house.

He was handed over to a neighbor who wanted to take him in, but he tried to bite the man’s children, since he doesn’t get along with kids. So he ended up at an animal shelter and I was alerted about him.

My home is perfect. There are no kids, as my kiddos are grown ups. His peeps were older adults with no kids. Anyway he’s been here with us (Me and his new Dad ) for almost 2 weeks. We love him soooo much!!!!

He is still afraid of loud noises (fire trucks, police car sirens and anything that goes boom), the propane tanks exploded behind his home during the fire! I take him on walks around our neighborhood and try to make him feel as comfortable and loved as possible. Hopefully with love, patience and a lot of dog treats will help that terrible time become a distant memory for him. I’m happy to share my life with him!!!

Please tell everyone you know and their peeps to install smoke alarms in their homes if they don’t have them. It saves lives!!

Donna in Florida

Pees, Jessie says”ARRROOOOOOOO to You Stuart!!!”

Thank you, Donna, for sharing your story about Jessie. The peeps are I are so happy for all three of you and We’re sure Jessie will come to know that you love him very, very much.

OK. Y’all heard it here: GET A SMOKE DETECTOR! Here’s a place to get all kinds of information about Fire Prevention Week and how to stay safe.

What You Learned Today:

  • You never know when tragedy will strike.
  • From hurricanes like Sandy to household fires like Jessie’s.
  • Have an emergency plan.
  • Get a fire detector.
  • Oh me. How about those emergency shelters that accept pets? Woop Woop!!! We love that! (ALL shelters should accept pets, but that’s a topic for another day….)
  • We hope Donna will email Us a picture of Jessie. Send it to: StuartTheScottie@hotmail.com

About The Scottie Chronicles

Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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27 Responses to Jessie’s Story and An Important Reminder

  1. What a deeply sad start Jessie had but it does seem things are looking up for him. Can quite understand why he doesn’t like loud noises or sirens. Good luck Jessie!

  2. Glad that Jessie has found a new home

  3. Kyla says:

    Get a microchip-it’s the most important chip after potato, corn, frito, dorito …..

    • Grrrrreat idea Kyla!

      I’ve got one of those chips. I guess that’s why the peeps say I sometimes give an aroma of Fritos.

      Aroo, Stuart

    • Dougall says:

      A lady who my peep works with, her pupper, Gene got out of his yard and ran off in the busy centre of town. He was gone for 2 days before they happened to go to the right vet and ask the right questions.

      Gene had a chip, but… it malfunctioned! It didn’t have any info on him and they couldn’t find his peeps.

      My peep thinks this is the scariest story she has ever heard. You just assume that if something happens that us pups with chips will get home because it has all our details…

      Gene is a lucky boy.

  4. robynwp says:

    Firstly, AROOOOOOO Jessie – we are so sorry to hear of your sad journey thus far but we can see that things are already getting better & we wish you only happiness with lots of tummy rubs and love from now on.

    Thanks for sharing Stu. We agree that a Thundershirt would probably be a great therapeutic tool for Jessie.

    licks & love,
    Wally & Sammy

  5. What a wonderfully emotional story. We are soooooo pleased Jessie has a new home, but what a way to get it though, breaks our hearts. We know in time he will heal and love his new peeps just as much as they so obviously do already. Hope you do get a photo as it’d be great to put a face to his name.

  6. What a sad story! I’m glad Jessie is safe, but I’m so sad for his original peeps and his kitty sibling. 😦

  7. A sad and happy tail indeed – we are glad he has found a nice new safe home and lots of love will hopefully make him feel safe again

  8. What a sad story for Jessie but so wonderful that she’s found a great home again.

  9. Beautiful story ending…sad to loose loved ones…wonderful to be rescued.
    We are big on smoke alarms. (Mum will test them often when cooking). Also, “save me” window decals are good to have so firepeople know to look for us..

    Your bud, Georgie

  10. lucasmom says:

    God bless Donna for rescuing that little sweetie pie.

    Stuart, can you get any cuter??? xoxo

  11. bentleyscottie says:

    So glad for the happy ending! I am a rescue dog too…..and I know even though Jessie had a Ruuufffff time…she will be happy with her new peeps! aaarrruuufffffff!!!

  12. Dougall says:

    Poor Jessie, he must miss his peep terribly… I’m glad he found someone to love him…

  13. Daisy says:

    Poor Jessie and his family. We’re glad he’s safe and loved now.

    We have a smoke detector.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  14. This is a sad story but we’re so happy that Jessie has a new forever home!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

  15. Alyssa says:

    Poor Jessie and what a loyal dog trying to go back and save the peeps. 😦
    I am glad he found a good home with loving people. We have smoke alarms and chips, plus the kinda chips Kyla likes too!
    Alyssa, Mr. Fox & Scruffy

  16. Aw, what a background of Jessie’s! He is surely in a new wonderful home, and we are happy one know pup has been rescued! 🙂

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