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    Default Breeder wanted

    Hi everyone I'm hoping someone can help, I've recently lost my number one mate, I'm not in a hurry to get another just yet, but I'm trying to find breeders in the following areas. As I'm moving up to this area,
    I'm looking around the albury, wodonga, wangaratta area. Or surrounding area's. I'm looking for a puppy or older puppy, as I said not rushing this just wanting to know if there are breeders in these areas.

    Thanks in advance

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    A good idea would be to attend some dogs shows around those area's if possible and talk to breeders there. Or contact the breed club in Victoria (if there is one) they may be able to help put you in the right direction.

    Sorry for the loss of your pup!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    You're looking for a Fox Terrier breeder right? Smooth or Wire?

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    Hi natty Im not worried if its smooth or wire, but must be of good sound body & mind. Meaning no health probs, must like other small dogs, be happy in family environment. Welcomes strangers in a nice way.
    And must enjoy farm life, ie farm animals- chickens, ducks oh and must like cats

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    And must enjoy farm life, ie farm animals- chickens, ducks oh and must like cats
    That's a tough ask for a terrier but it can be done.

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    You could try here: Wire Fox Terrier Breeders, Australia

    And here for Smooth: Smooth Fox Terrier Breeders, Australia

    You may need to chat to breeders about how to go about having them with small farm animals and poultry. I would think that terrier instinct would mean that some sort of management or separation would be advisable.

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    I lived with a JRT who actually was raised as a hunting dog on a farm and went into some sort of a trance if I took her to places where there were wild rabbits. But she lived peacefully with a bunch of chooks and a few cats. She didn't even pay the chooks any attention when they were foraging freely in her backyard. I don't think it's a problem if you get them used to farm animals at a young age.

    I love scruffy looking dogs and wire-haired foxies are incredibly cute.

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