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This is Kaz. We got him from the rescue on the 1st of November 2013 after we had sadly lost our other friend Holly. Kaz turned 3 on the 3rd of November.

He is very good with humans though which was our main worry. Well what can I say....since November he has became a major part of our family and has turned into a big, mad, cuddly, bouncy shepherd who can melt hearts with his big soft eyes. We love him loads. He is very much a mummy's boy as you can see from one of the pictures

He needs long walks, which fits in with our lifestyle well so we spend most of our time on the moors with him where he loves chasing the grouse, pheasants and any other bird....not that he can catch anything, they spend most of their time taking the mickey out of him. He has became an integral part of our weekends at Glencoe where we have been all winter in our wee camper van snowboarding, in fact most people ask where he is before they ask us how we are!

At home he is an angel, spending most of his time sleeping....I suppose after running around the moors he is knackered.All in all we couldn't ask for a better companion for us and the rest of our family. We look forward to more exploring the lovely Scottish countryside with him and our wee camper in the years to come.




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