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Nattie now has a JRT brother!


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We adopted Billy (aka Billy Jack), a 7-year-old *mostly* JRT from the Humane Society last weekend.  Here he is, standing where no dog has stood before, on our porch windowsill.

He's a  handful but Nattie is really warming up to him.  Yesterday he "defended" her from a bigger dog at the dog park (a large female dog in the big dog section on the other side of a fence).  She now thinks Billy is her hero.

Interesting times ahead!



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Terriers..gotta love them, no matter what package they come in. Always ready to defend, protect and be mush balls with their uprights.🥰 Good boy Billy for standing up for your sweetie.

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Nattie must love having another hero to lead her around and watch out for her! And he is cute! And obviously - standing on that sill --  athletic. Jacks are the only dogs I know more wired than cairns - much better to find one a little older and more sensiible. Congrats!

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Hello Billy and welcome. So glad there's a new friend and defender for Nattie. And a good looking "mostly Jack" fella as well. So happy for you all.

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Billy thanks you for the warm welcome!  Nattie has already perked up a *lot* since he arrived - her eyes are sparkling and there's a bounce in her step again.  So it's been a win-win for everyone.  :)

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