Jack Russel

Dexter & Buddy Finally Still

by MArk Leander
(Geraldine, New Zealand)

We Really Are This Good All the Time.  YEA RIGHT!

We Really Are This Good All the Time. YEA RIGHT!

Hi,


The broken coated at the back is Buddy, he is our baby, he is 16 months and has been spoiled rotten since day one, the smooth coated is Dexter who only arrived two days before this photo was taken, he is Buddy's new best friend after he lost his beloved Lab X Maggie to old age.

Now I have a 6 month old and a sixteen month old and our home is chaos. But I wouldn't change it for the world.

To get this photo my partner is holding food in front of them to keep their attention.

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Jan 29, 2009
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by: Leander

Good luck trying to get four to stand still longer enough for a photo. :o)

I always have the camera sitting on the coffee table ready to go, both our Jacks would do just about anything for human food.

Jan 29, 2009
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Taking Pics
by: AshleyGoelitz

That's a really good tip to get them to sit still for a picture. Whenever I want a picture of my Jack, I have to sneak and get the camera before she moves. I rarely get good pics of her. I'd like to get a picture of the four Jacks that my mom and I have, but I'm pretty sure that's next to impossible.

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by: Leander

Hi,

I'm not to sure what his exact lines are, he came from Holly Brook Kennels and comes from the rose line. Jeanette Jack is his breeder, she shows her dogs through out New Zealand. When we got Buddy we were able to meet his Grandfater, Mother & Father.

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About Buddy
by: Stefanie

Is Buddy an Australian Myrmidon Jack Russell by any chance? I have a broken coat Jack Russell that we bought in Japan and she looks so much like yours. She come from Aus Ch. Lines. Her father is a myrmidon and she looks just like all the other myrmidons except that her legs are a bit longer (probably from her moms side which is a different aus. champion line).

Anyway, thought I'd ask because you're in New Zealand.

If you're interested, you can look up the Myrmidon JRT's on the internet. There are a few websites that pictures of them.

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