There’s so much to say about this good boy. There was never a better dog to own. He came into a pack of two other dogs, and although he was the biggest of the three, had the biggest bark, he was happy to just play along and follow the Alpha. At roughly 60 pounds, Scooter loved to be the lapdog of the house, and he was the best dog to cuddle with for naps. Something unique with Scooter is that his ears did hang low, wobble to and fro, and you could tie them in a knot. He was happiest when you grab the base of his ear, and rub it. When done correctly, he would start to lean into your hand, with a satisfied groan. He would have turned 11 in April 2020. I remember the first time he and I met, I picked him out from all of his siblings, and we played a bit on the floor. He had the thickest ears I had ever felt before. Those ears turned into gigantic ears. I lost the best pet anyone could ever ask for. He was the nicest dog to my children, even though he was only around for 1 year with my son, they were great friends.
A donation was made in Scooter's memory and the memorial was created on January 18, 2020.