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That adorable puppy smell

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Now, I'm not one for small dogs generally, but friends have a lovely Norjack terrier with the most wonderful temperament; 6 weeks ago she had 5 poopies... they were like tiny, fat guinea pigs. Mum is very chilled about them being handled, and the ickle ones are getting very well socialised 8)

 

Now they have legs and smell divine; 4 boys and one girl. Needless to say, I have been over there to check each of them over:

 

Puppy breath.... TICK

Ears that smell of Weetabix..... TICK

Paws that smell of popcorn... TICK

Nasty velcro claws... TICK

 

I could have brought all of them home!

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They were all jumping up for hugs!

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They are so cute! Such a shame they grow up so quickly though. Skye seemed to be a poopy for all of 5 minutes before turning into a big smelly hound! :lol:

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A Norjak is a Norfolk Terrier crossed with a Jack Russell.... a mongrel in other words :wink: Good working breed, less yappy than a JRT, and more gentle of nature.

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I thought they looked a bit familiar but I've never come across that combo before!

I'm partial to anything with a bit of JR in it though... naughty but nice in my book :wink:

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Very cute.It is amazing all these crosses,Pugles, Labradoodles etc etc I always have a laugh when I look at them on Gumtree asking 3 or 4 hundred quid for what was in my day a mongrel, that you were lucky if you got agood home for. Not that there is a thing wrong with mongrels. Probably much more healthy.

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Ahh such lovely puppies :D Does make me want another one (and I have been looking even though it is not possible at all for us to have another dog)

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