Ok, I am not normally too soppy, but my dad sent me a photo of my brother's new dog, and it is just too cute not to post:
Too cute's the word definitely... The eyes, the eyes are the best
Oh my God, what a precious baby he is! He's absolutely adorable! Or she.
My favorite. They should teach him to mountain climb like Biscuit (famous little Jack Russell).
Ever heard of a Feist? It's a particular breed of Jack Russell, specifically located in the deep south as far as I can tell. It's kind of a cross between a chihuaha and a jack russell, and man oh man are those dogs a handful!!! The only dogs I've EVER encountered that I could not train to do a damned thing! I do NOT recomment getting one! Yours looks like a pure jack, and he's adorable as all get out!!!
LondonGirl - how old is that pup, he's huge for his breed!!!
Very sweet indeed!
This is my parents' border collie puppy, Dylan.
Awe these melt my heart.
Here's a few pix of my various furry friends:
Very, very cute
Our two Valentine's Day 2008 and Valentine's Day 2009 gifts:
They're both adorable. Its mostly always the eyes that draw the "aww" factor.
What a cutie, I could eat him all up, no seriously I could...
But I won't.
Always knew you were soppy deep down.
The dog is lovely, I want it...........
I love jack russels! He is sure to be a handful. Very cute and smart dogs.
This is my little guy....
Can I take him/her for a walk he/she is adoreable, Mark. Thanks for sharing! same to all you other pet lovers, thank you!
YES, really too cute, sweet baby for any words! We'll just all get soppy together, and love it! Named yet?
by VintageTidbits 8 years ago
I adopted a Jack Russell terrier from the Humane Society 2 1/2 years ago. She is about 4 years old and spayed. She was been a sweetheart until we moved 8 months ago. She is still very friendly with all people but she now challenges every dog she sees. We have moved to a high...
by Quasheqa 7 years ago
My Jack Russell Is a little over 6 weeks old , and im trying to train her [Juicy] to come, sit,...etc do you have any suggestions on the best way to do that ? and also , is "play bitting" a huge problem ?
by fudge128 8 years ago
How can I stop my Jack Russell from barking and circling my horse when I am taking her to and fro from the stable yard? I have tried locking him in one of the stables whilst leading my horse. The barking is very deafening. It does not bother my horse, but it sure bothers me.
by Cagsil 6 years ago
Hey Hubbers,Here is something that will make you smile and even laugh.One very exhausted cat....sleeping. Too funny! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCdZtsiOWvo&sns=fb
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