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She's been with us two weeks now and is a 9.5 weeks old Jack Russell from a working litter. Full of beans but a real nice personable little character. She's doing a lot of sleeping and growing but in between likes to re arrange my off cuts and shavings. She's taken a liking to being in the workshop and I'm rather happy with that.

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Real sweet dogs those Jack's are!

I have a Jack, and she is the toughest 17 lbs. you will ever run into!

They have real heart!

Thanks for the pics.

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Our neighbor has a Jack Russell. Judging from the amount of activity the dog evokes, a Jack Russell is a very good example of a working dog, that is, generating work for the owner in finding outlets for all the dog's energy. It's a very endearing dog. Have fun.

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Our neighbor has a Jack Russell. Judging from the amount of activity the dog evokes, a Jack Russell is a very good example of a working dog, that is, generating work for the owner in finding outlets for all the dog's energy. It's a very endearing dog. Have fun.

Hi Skiingfiddler...Hehe!..Yes that's a very well observed description of a Jack Russell. ..there is a saying that you can never tire these dogs out because they don't get tired, they just get fitter!....Thanks for your good wishes.

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She's been with us two weeks now and is a 9.5 weeks old Jack Russell from a working litter. Full of beans but a real nice personable little character. She's doing a lot of sleeping and growing but in between likes to re arrange my off cuts and shavings. She's taken a liking to being in the workshop and I'm rather happy with that.

Melvin,

A fine addition to the clan!

Joe

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She's been with us two weeks now and is a 9.5 weeks old Jack Russell from a working litter. Full of beans but a real nice personable little character. She's doing a lot of sleeping and growing but in between likes to re arrange my off cuts and shavings. She's taken a liking to being in the workshop and I'm rather happy with that.

Vary nice!!! I remember when my Airedale was that small. Just remember to have lots o fun with them now so the "accidental antiquing" isn't so hard to stomach.

Any way seriously shes a beauty.

Jesse

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Real sweet dogs those Jack's are!

I have a Jack, and she is the toughest 17 lbs. you will ever run into!

They have real heart!

Thanks for the pics.

To DBurns, Yep! They are tough...ain't it lucky that they are small!

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She's been with us two weeks now and is a 9.5 weeks old Jack Russell from a working litter. Full of beans but a real nice personable little character. She's doing a lot of sleeping and growing but in between likes to re arrange my off cuts and shavings. She's taken a liking to being in the workshop and I'm rather happy with that.

She is adorable!!! She will be such a loyal companion and will be happy to work with you no matter what time of the day! I love dogs :-)

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Hi Melvin

very sweet!!! Looks like she´s having a good time chewing on woodshavings. Is she really tiny or is it a monster-shaving in the 3rd picture?

Enjoy the walks!

Martina

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She's been with us two weeks now and is a 9.5 weeks old Jack Russell from a working litter. Full of beans but a real nice personable little character. She's doing a lot of sleeping and growing but in between likes to re arrange my off cuts and shavings. She's taken a liking to being in the workshop and I'm rather happy with that.

Sweet!

Way cool dog.

The NICEST people I know are dogs!

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She's been with us two weeks now and is a 9.5 weeks old Jack Russell from a working litter. Full of beans but a real nice personable little character. She's doing a lot of sleeping and growing but in between likes to re arrange my off cuts and shavings. She's taken a liking to being in the workshop and I'm rather happy with that.

Very cute..

We have a cocker spaniel for 7 years. Once, ignorently I left knife blades reachable, and he played with them, cuttings were minor but it was good learning lesson.

No more shop visiting so far.

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She's been with us two weeks now and is a 9.5 weeks old Jack Russell from a working litter. Full of beans but a real nice personable little character. She's doing a lot of sleeping and growing but in between likes to re arrange my off cuts and shavings. She's taken a liking to being in the workshop and I'm rather happy with that.

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She does not know anything. :) Don't spoil her too much. :) (pretty soon, she thinks you are her apprentice. Just wait)

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What a gorgeous puppy, she looks a real character, that tail will have to inspire some scrolls!

One thing you can be sure about now is that there will never, ever be any rodents lurking in your workshop.

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ive got an apprentice named antonio stradivarius, but lately hes just been sitting around and sleeping all the time, i would have expected more with a name like that :) :) :)

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How's his pitch? Duets might be fun. Seriously, nothing beats a dog. We've a new puppy (to us) from a shelter, just under a year black lab mix. He's the most vocal dog I've ever had, and I suspect he could sing (if you don't think dogs can sing -- or talk -- just search Youtube for singing/talking dog).

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