“She was a very girly girl and loved wearing pink, white, and pearls every chance she got.”
Ivy “Boo-boo Sweet-pea” Scott, 14, passed unexpectedly from heart failure and went to live with her Heavenly Father on August 25, 2020. She was born to Ch Brio Uwharrie’s Lightkeeper and Anji’s St Felicity in Onondaga, Michigan on April 05, 2006, and then later adopted at the age of five, by Chris and Sara Scott.
Ivy was a Retired Show Dog, a Confirmation Champion until she retired in 2011 and won at least 30 ribbons. While living in the Scotts’ care, she earned her Pet Partners Therapy Dog Certification. She was certified to work one-on-one with senior citizens although she touched the hearts of so many, including people she never got to meet.
She was predeceased by a miniature pinscher sister she never met, Kadance, and her other miniature pincher brother, Duke (a.k.a. “Duke Duke”).
She loved her Uncle Craig and trained him to always give her cookies! Her favorite past times were napping, sunbathing, and riding anywhere with her mom and dad. She was well-traveled and lived in both Washington D.C. and Manhattan, NY as well as several states in the mid-west during her show career.
There will not be a formal remembrance celebration due to her friends and family being spaced across the country. Her mom and dad plan on a private gathering. Those who wish to remember Ivy in a special way may make gifts in her memory to their animal charity of choice.
From her Uncle Craig, “I’ll love her forever and ever and always keep her in my heart. She was the best little angel in the whole wide world!”
From her paternal grandma, “She taught us all unmeasured love.”
From her maternal grandma, “She was the sweetest most fragile little beauty and reminded me of a little miniature doe. Her coloring and how shy she was around everybody. Even Stormi when she saw her the last time acted like she knew she was fragile and sweet.”
From her dad, “We will miss her little pitter-patter footsteps and her little bossy personality.”
From her mom, “God broke the mold when he made this Baby Girl. There never was another like this before and there won’t be one like her ever again. She was truly an angel sent to earth.”