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LOVE IT! Love the mini-mals!
If my JRT wasn't 10+, blind in one eye, with a bad back, He'd be on a sleeve.
He still thinks he's Genghis Kahn. :roll: :wink:
 

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I'd love to see more of them in detection work.
I really think MANY of them have all that it takes to do the job.
Problem is, if the're trained the same way as the average working dog they would either go flat or be the rankest little SOBs on the planet.
Of course if you don't start them before they get tuned in on critters, :eek: :eek: forget it! :lol:
 

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Bob Scott said:
I'd love to see more of them in detection work.
I really think MANY of them have all that it takes to do the job.
Problem is, if the're trained the same way as the average working dog they would either go flat or be the rankest little SOBs on the planet.
Of course if you don't start them before they get tuned in on critters, :eek: :eek: forget it! :lol:
jim started him on drugs. he was pretty good with marijuana, but never went any further and did not keep up on it. the dog's over 10 now (not sure exactly how old), so he's not going to be teaching him too much more new stuff. like yours though, he still has quite the god complex...
 

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Very low maintanence. Very few health problems. Great nose. Ball/toy drive out the wazoo! Not intimidating in airports, etc. You could get a half dozen ( :eek: in their own crates) in the back of a cruser.
What more could you ask for?!! :lol: :lol: :wink:
 
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