New member saying Hi

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by genieswish, Apr 11, 2012.

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    genieswish New Member

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    Hi all, just found this forum, looks really friendly - I can't wait to join in and read all the stories here. I am the owner of a barking mad golden cocker spaniel, and a strange looking little thing that looks like a bat (he was left behind at a market after the owner couldn't sell him as a minature Jack Russell, he now has legs as long as a whippets!!! but he's totally cute and we love him dearly)
    Looking forward to getting to know you and the furry friends better:)
     
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    haopee Well-Known Member

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    I can relate to long legged Jack Russel Terrier looking dogs. I have one myself. She's technically a mixed breed of a JRT and a Miniature Pinscher but she's taller than the average small breeds. Either way, I love her and she loves us. She also has the spunk of a JRT which makes my life far interesting as it used to be.

    We'd love to see your pets pictures. I am very curious as how the Whippet legged JRT looks like.
     
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    zararina Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the forum. ;)
    Nice to have you here and we are also looking forward to see some photos of your cuties. Feel free to join the discussions around.
     
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    Becky Well-Known Member

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    Hello and welcome aboard! :)

    A strange looking thing that looks like a bat?! Bless him, have you got any photos? What are your dogs names?
     
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