A special Westie
Falmai Puw Davis describes herself as a "Montgomeryshire lass". She's been an eisteddfod adjudicator, organist and retired teacher. Her film's a tribute to her West Highland Terrier.
"Hello there, I'm Gwenno!
I'm a happy dog and no problem, so my boss says. He doesn't know it all mind. I can turn everyone round my little finger or my four paws rather.
I haven't been to University but for years I have visited schools in Powys with my mum. Ive met hundreds of kids, all fans, but when they came keen on me, I'd soon say Enough! I'm not just a pretty face, I bite! I know when it's time to say Don't touch! I rule, OK?
Food is my lifeline. It gets me chatting and singing. Don't mention cats and ducks - they're not for me, no way!
I love ball games. I used to do all of my party pieces just like a seal, bouncing a ball on my nose but I've given that up now that I'm sweet sixteen -112 in your age!
I'm very clever. I'm tri-lingual. I speak Wenglish.
I'm a Scottish West Highland, born in Dolannog, Montgomeryshire - my mum's heaven. There I learnt to yodel. My boss comes from the Forest of Dean, where I love walking.
Mum and I toddle along at our own pace now and we do our exercises. I love my mum. I know she loves me and boss - she tells us so. His passion is mountains and boat trips; we go everywhere with him. I'm his tidy dog. He's a man of few words but he idolises me and my mum.
I know everything that happens in our house - they don't need to talk. I can read their minds.
I told you, I'm a clever dog! I'm Gweno. Bow-wow! Nos Da! Good night!"