It is hard when they are so active and restricted in their movements. Poor baby. He will not know himself when the cast comes off. Hang in there. Hugs.
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Poor little Teddy!
When I was living at home, I brought home an 8 week Jack Russell x Foxie (bought him off the side of the road for $30. The lady said she would leave them there if they didn't sell, but I made sure we drove past again at the end of the day to make sure they weren't there )
Anyway (went a bit off track lol), I got my OLDER sister to look after him while I went to work. He fell off the bed . There were words .
He broke his leg in 2 different places and had to get a cast, but now he is a typical bouncy Jack Russell that jumps, and jumps, and JUMPS! lol
The best $30 I ever spent! (plus all the vet bills etc lol). I almost got kicked out of home for buying him (we had 2 dogs already), but now he is my dads fav
Only a twinkle in his daddys eye ♥♡
(IM)patiently waiting for my long awaited newfie pup ♥♡
My dog gets excited when we go somewhere in the car.. he barks for 5mins then stops. Im not to sure if boss is weird or normal but he loves the air con on him...
This person changed the breed of their dog..
he travels in both but mainly the car.
Teddy is going well, Typical kelpie X cant keep still lol. cast comes off on wednesday YAY!!! going to be good poor little puppy can run again. thanks guys for all your support. btw he was ment to be a ute dog but NO WAY now, wehave built him, his own personal little bed, behind our seats in our converted patrol!
Peta23 has referred to their dog Boss as ACD or Australian Cattle Dog and as Blue Heeler. Blue Heeler is a colour variation of ACD if that helps. According to the standards, they are the same breed, though I'd happily argue that ACD, Blue Heeler and Red Heeler and a few other variations are their own breeds in their own right. Then again - looking at DiDee's Pretty's pups - I would be wrong ie the pups are all "blue heeler", and mum is what I'd call "queensland cattle dog" ie the black and tan variation. But I suspect I'm the only one that thinks the black and tan variation is from Queensland.
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