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|Akasha||I just liked the name|
|Sherlock||I wanted a name to reflect my Westie's heritage and my own interest in English mysteries. After discovering the beloved character of Sherlock Holmes was based on a real life Scottish doctor, the answer was obvious. Plus the meaning of the name Sherlock is 'fair haired'. Not to mention the fact the name perfectly fits my nosy little detective who is compelled to investigate anything new in his tracks.|
|Piper||because we like it, and it sounds Scottish|
In a peaceful neighborhood lined with picket fences and fragrant gardens, there lived a West Highland White Terrier named Angus. Angus was a small dog with a big heart, his snow-white coat always immaculate, and his dark eyes filled with warmth and curiosity.
Angus loved his human family, but he also had a soft spot for his elderly neighbor, Mrs. Green. Mrs. Green was a sweet, gentle woman who lived alone since her husband had passed away and her children had moved far away. She would often sit on her porch, sipping tea and watching the world go by, a smile on her face whenever she saw Angus playing in the yard next door.
One warm summer morning, Angus was playing fetch with his favorite squeaky toy when he noticed that Mrs. Green's door was slightly ajar. This was unusual, as she was always very careful about keeping her home secure. Sensing that something was amiss, Angus trotted over to investigate.
As he approached the door, Angus heard a faint sound coming from inside the house. It was a soft whimpering, almost too quiet to hear, but Angus's sharp ears picked up the distressing noise. He nudged the door open with his nose and cautiously made his way inside.
Angus followed the sound, his heart pounding in his chest as he padded through the dimly lit hallway. He finally found Mrs. Green lying on the floor of her living room, her face pale and her breathing labored. She had fallen and was unable to get up or call for help.
Angus knew that he needed to act quickly. He raced back to his own house, barking loudly and scratching at the door until his family came rushing outside to see what was wrong. He led them to Mrs. Green's house, his urgent barks making it clear that there was no time to waste.
As they entered the living room and saw Mrs. Green lying on the floor, Angus's family immediately understood the gravity of the situation. They called an ambulance, and while they waited for it to arrive, they gently comforted Mrs. Green and made sure she was as comfortable as possible.
The ambulance arrived swiftly, and the paramedics praised Angus for his quick thinking and heroism. They carefully lifted Mrs. Green onto a stretcher, reassuring her that she was in good hands and would soon be on her way to the hospital.
As the days went by, Angus would often sit on the porch, keeping a watchful eye on Mrs. Green's house and awaiting her return. When she finally came home, she had nothing but gratitude and love for the little Westie who had saved her life.
From that day on, Angus and Mrs. Green shared a special bond, their friendship forged in the face of adversity and the unwavering loyalty of a small white dog with a heart of gold. And as they sat together on the porch, basking in the warmth of the sun and the gentle breeze rustling through the trees, they knew that they would always be there for one another, watching over each other as the world went by.
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