Border terrier

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Border terrier

a small (10-12 lb) terrier with a short, harsh red or tan coat; the small v-shaped ears are dropped and the tail is moderately short. Bred for hunting foxes. Congenital ventricular septal defects are found in the breed.
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Many times I have donned my wellies and waterproofs and reached the back door with a lead in my hand, only to find a Border terrier staring at me with a face that clearly conveys the thought: "Have you gone raving mad?
FAITHFUL FRIEND: Patrick with his Border Terrier Trigger
Thieves smashed open an enclosure, seized border terrier Oxcroft Tinker and escaped with him across open fields.
His website also mentions there is a vacancy for a girlfriend/wife, housekeeper/carer and a trainee Border terrier.
Border terriers fetch pounds 300 on the black market and pups pounds 50.
In a separate attack around an hour later, a former policeman and his West Highland terrier were set upon by two Border terriers near Siskin Close.
Q After reading about your Border terrier Betty, we are keen to get one.
My border terrier Betty has regular stripping every six months at the local groomer's and seems happier for it.
The Border Terrier got stuck in a drainage pipe and fire crews had to use a heat- seeking camera to track her down.
Retired airline pilot Robert Bolton, 66, and his family were devastated when their four-year-old Border terrier was stolen.
The fire brigade, police and SSPCA battled in vain to locate Border Terrier Rosie after she chased a fox into a buried drain pipe.