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    Quote Originally Posted by wallflower View Post
    Oscar is 2.7kg at 5 months haha his sister Annie is 1.7kg
    Who are Oscar and Annie? Thought you had Mylo and . . . Pixie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by soph_17 View Post
    Who are Oscar and Annie? Thought you had Mylo and . . . Pixie?
    Oscar and Annie are my mum's. She can't have them where she's currently staying just now cause there's someone in the house with an allergy so they're here.
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    My Saff's about 3.2kg and she'll be 4 this summer. But she's teeny (and currently hiding under a blanket).
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    Had a total 'I've forgotten someone's pets' moment'! lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redribbon View Post
    Really excited...we have made enquires for a new puppy..a Jack Russel x Westie..adorable!!
    Ouch, good luck with that. Teach it that it's bottom of the pack structure as soon as it arrives!

    I have to admit I'm prejudiced against Westies (I hate 99% of them) because of the dozens upon dozens I've met, only one was friendly and didn't yap at the slightest little excuse. Several were downright vicious, one I swear had a personality disorder it was so so evil.
    Horrible little feckers.
    what's a few seconds of pain for a lifetime of shiny?

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    Haha no, they're just not mentioned much cause it'd be constant "the kittens have wrecked ___ again"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitebunny View Post
    Ouch, good luck with that. Teach it that it's bottom of the pack structure as soon as it arrives!

    I have to admit I'm prejudiced against Westies (I hate 99% of them) because of the dozens upon dozens I've met, only one was friendly and didn't yap at the slightest little excuse. Several were downright vicious, one I swear had a personality disorder it was so so evil.
    Horrible little feckers.
    that's most people's reaction to Jacks as well. I love my guy but he is tenacious, despite being 15 years old (been with us from 8weeks). A jack russell cross DEFINITELY needs training and leadership.
    Wonderful dogs though, and I hope to always have one in my life. They steal your heart



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    Quote Originally Posted by kitebunny View Post
    Ouch, good luck with that. Teach it that it's bottom of the pack structure as soon as it arrives!

    I have to admit I'm prejudiced against Westies (I hate 99% of them) because of the dozens upon dozens I've met, only one was friendly and didn't yap at the slightest little excuse. Several were downright vicious, one I swear had a personality disorder it was so so evil.
    Horrible little feckers.
    I can identify with that! We've had a few Westies in work, not one has been well behaved... Then again, the same can be said for Bichons!
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    I get ya, but at the same time I've seen many other dogs including labs, staffs, collies, spaniels etc behaving terribly - especially on the lead. It irks me so bad to see a young pup yanking on the lead, pulling really bad and the owners do nothing to correct it. That dog is gonna grow up to do the same thing only moreso - then they just yank them back on the lead hard.
    It's good training any pup needs, we are ready for that and wanted a tough little terrier to fit in our big and active family. I believe each breed has it's own positives and negatives and it's up to us as responsible owners to embrace them through good training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redribbon View Post
    I get ya, but at the same time I've seen many other dogs including labs, staffs, collies, spaniels etc behaving terribly - especially on the lead. It irks me so bad to see a young pup yanking on the lead, pulling really bad and the owners do nothing to correct it. That dog is gonna grow up to do the same thing only moreso - then they just yank them back on the lead hard.
    It's good training any pup needs, we are ready for that and wanted a tough little terrier to fit in our big and active family. I believe each breed has it's own positives and negatives and it's up to us as responsible owners to embrace them through good training.
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    I wish more people realised this.






    ... now that we've got a storage heater in the living room, the cats have stopped sleeping in our bedroom at night :P which makes me a little bit sad
    what's a few seconds of pain for a lifetime of shiny?

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    Right helix x2 & forward helix
    VCH, 5mm tongue

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