rat terrier


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rat terrier

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And I have this small rat terrier, and I have to educate people that it is a PTSD service dog.
The word "feist" probably was first used in Britain to describe what we now call Rat Terriers.
Jaime Vazquez is starting this new business because of several near-misses he had while walking his rat terrier, Buddy.
Joseph and Elizabeth Darcy of Sturbridge and Digger, the couple's Boston rat terrier made two trips to Market Basket in preparation of the storm.
Over the years he has been the proud pet patron and care-giver of cats, dogs large and small, (Akita, American Eskimo, Cocker Spaniel, Jack Russell, Lab, Mixed Breed, Rat Terrier, Rottweiler, Samoyed,) a ferret, gerbils, hamsters, hermit crabs, lizards, mice, opossums, pot belly pigs, a raccoon, rats, snakes, spiders and turtles, in addition to 4 children, 2 grand children and one wife, all of the human species.
My 10-pound Rat Terrier, Pretzel, clocked in at 22 seconds in her first try at lure coursing, but her second race was 12 seconds.
Our dog is named Shorty, and he's a pure-bred rat terrier that will be 15 years old in December.
She is a pet parent to three adopted dogs: two mixed breeds, Meg and Finnegan; and Nigel, a rat terrier.
Our other dog is a 12-pound combination - we think - rat terrier and Chihuahua named Gomez, who sleeps on the bed.
We're not sure of the breed, but at a guess it's a Furless Rat Terrier.
I walked her on a leash, and she pulled as hard as a rat terrier while her long fur made a clean sweep of the sidewalk.
Maddi Shames of Grafton, who was walking a Rottweiler and a rat terrier alongside Ms.