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Choosing the Right Dog > New Ideas- sporty small/medium dog
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Barked: Tue Jan 14, '14 7:19pm PST 
What about a pom? My friend has one that is scarily smart, can walk around an open air museum for about 4 hours and still be playing with a cat straight after with the only barking being at the seemingly evil carousel. He does agility and obedience and learns really fast, I had a stuffed toy that made a noise when you pressed its ear, it took about 4 presses before he started nudging said ear

If that's too small german spitz can get bigger but I'm not sure of their availability in the US
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Choosing the Right Dog > The Miniature Schnauzer: An In-Depth Consideration
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Barked: Wed Mar 27, '13 2:16pm PST 
Any club that recognises a commercial breeder breeding for teacup schnauzers among things isn't worth listening to imo. First link in their member database.

I think breeding merle into a breed that doesn't have it is dangerous. It's such a fashionable colour that people would jump on the bandwagon and either through ignorance or greed breed double merles.

Schnauzers are amazing dogs why breed a mix that could change them so much.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Calling all Designer Dogs/ Unique Combinations of dogs

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Barked: Fri Mar 8, '13 4:58pm PST 
There was a border collie/poodle in the htm at Crufts yesterday. Absolutely in the right kind of home it belongs to Richard Curtis and a beautiful dog but would be a disaster in most hands.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Calling all Designer Dogs/ Unique Combinations of dogs

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Barked: Thu Mar 7, '13 7:40pm PST 
The oddest mix I've seen was border collie/peke. They left them together when the collie was in season thinking nothing could happen they were very wrong. She wasn't too exaggerated but I can't imagine the hell a dog with the energy and drive of a collie trapped in a peke body would go through.

I have met a jack/shih tzu possibly the cutest puppy ever. The owner was like he's jack russell/shih tzu otherwise known as jack sh* laugh out loud
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Choosing the Right Dog > Pick Me A Breed

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Barked: Wed Mar 6, '13 5:07am PST 
What about a pomeranian? If you can handle barking that is. Sweet, love their people,very velcro, definitely have a big personality and very smart.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Breed match for me
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Barked: Sun Mar 3, '13 4:51am PST 
A well bred golden retriever? Love everyone, very affectionate to their people, one of the service dog breeds, can do just about any sport and do them well.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Russell terrier?

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Barked: Mon Feb 18, '13 1:14pm PST 
In the UK it's more any small terrier that's mostly white tends to get called a jack laugh out loud and even sometimes when they're not mostly white. There is a jack russell club I think that holds terrier shows but most are just pet bred or bred by farmers for working stock.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Russell terrier?

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Barked: Mon Feb 18, '13 10:34am PST 
So what I thought basically thanks for the confirmation I just got confused about how Australia came into it.

I thought the taller jacks were still called jacks here too only the registered ones were called parsons. Skipper is adorable btw.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Russell terrier?

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Barked: Fri Feb 15, '13 6:00pm PST 
That's what I thought but different websites are saying they were developed in Australia but the jack russell is an english breed so I'm very confused
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Choosing the Right Dog > Russell terrier?
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Barked: Fri Feb 15, '13 12:28pm PST 
So I've been watching westminster and these little guys are a new breed. Are they just short legged jack russells as compared to the taller parsons or something completely different?
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