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11

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A friend visited today with her new Jack Russell puppy named Jack.
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Gwennie loved it! New toy!
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Then she tried to play with it and her paw is as big as its head, so that wasn’t a good idea. I think she wants me to get her one! Because I need another dog! (NO.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 11, 2013  

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  1. 2-11
    1:50
    pm

    Cute puppy! But, stick to your guns!!!!! Jack Russells are VERY high maintenance! Two family members have them, you should hear the horror stories!

  2. 2-11
    2:20
    pm

    Jack Russell’s do have a mind of their own and require lots of training. I had one that lived to be 18 and he was a good dog. However, lots of horse people love them. You should tell your friend to come back when the pup is a bit larger. They think they are big dogs and probably would love to play with Gwennie.

  3. 2-11
    2:26
    pm

    When does one ever NEED another dog??

    This coming from the lady with 5 dogs and 3 more coming (just for the weekend) on Thursday.

  4. 2-11
    2:31
    pm

    They should be called Jack Russell TERRORS! I had one once that chewed up a brand new couch because he didn’t want to be left alone while I was at work. (Yes, I know, I should have had him in a crate)

  5. 2-11
    3:28
    pm

    I love that second picture–Gwennie looks like she’s trying to figure out what that little thing is! Can I eat it? Is it fun to play with?

    One of my cats is like that, always studying things to try to figure them out. She’ll sit for the longest time watching me write or cook, just watching me intently. Then she’ll lean over and take a bite of the page I’m reading. :)

  6. 2-11
    4:31
    pm

    Gwennie must be thinking….what do I do with this?

  7. 2-11
    5:31
    pm

    I love Gwennie’s grin in that first photo! They are so cute together.

  8. 2-11
    10:01
    pm

    Good choice Gwennie! We have 3 Jack Russells and love them!

  9. 2-11
    11:06
    pm

    They are very cute together. Gwennie would love a new toy I’m sure. But, if your farm is anything like mine everyone wants to make their unwanted animals mine. I know the word NO very well.
    I’m glad you’re not running a kennel.

  10. 2-11
    11:09
    pm

    That puppy doesn’t even look real! :happypuppy:

  11. 2-12
    12:37
    pm

    JUST TOO DOGGONE CUTE!

  12. 2-12
    12:40
    pm

    WE HAVE A FRIEND WHO HAS A JACK RUSSELL, AND ‘SONNY’ IS JUST THE MOST FRIENDLY DOG WE HAVE EVER BEEN AROUND. BUT THEN HIS PREVIOUS OWNER DIDN’T TREAT HIM VERY WELL, AND WE THINK THAT WHEN OUR FRIEND GOT HIM, HE QUICKLY FOUND THAT HE WAS LOVED AND BEING TAKEN CARE OF … WE JUST GET A KICK OF THAT LITTLE GUY. :happyflower:

  13. 2-12
    4:09
    pm

    Love that first picture! Gwennie looks like she thinks Jack is someone’s idea of a joke.

  14. 2-12
    9:13
    pm

    Too cute! I was just watching the Westminster Dog Show. They described Great Pyr’s as “animated snowdrifts”. I had to smile.

  15. 2-12
    11:55
    pm

    I love the way they’re looking at each other in the first photo. I love all your photos, but this will be one of my favorites! :heart: :heart:

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