Its A Jack Russell Christmas … Somewhere

I love dogs and I especially love Chinese Pugs, Jack Russell Terriers, and Corgi/Jack Russell crosses. Perhaps it is because we have a Pug and a Cojack and never tire of  watching their antics … well, most of the time!  I posted a Jack Russell Christmas video last year and will post it again this year, along with a couple of others. I hope you enjoy the dogs and the message, however subtle:

The next one:

Here’s the final one.  Now go out to your nearest shelter and save a dog, or even a cat or kitten!

Here’s a link to an alert Cojack

Have a wonderful Christmas or if you celebrate some other religious holiday during this season, I pray your particular celebratory day or period will be rewarding.

Thanks to all the dogs, pups, owners and video artists who put together these wonderful presentations.  You have blessed us.

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Once More: It’s A Jack Russell Christmas Somewhere

I love dogs and I especially love Chinese Pugs, Jack Russell Terriers and Corgi/Jack Russell crosses. Perhaps it is because we have a Pug and a Cojack and never tire of  watching their antics … well, most of the time!  I posted a Jack Russell Christmas video last year and will post it again this year, along with a couple of others. I hope you enjoy the dogs and the message, however subtle:

The next one:

Here’s the final one.  Now go out to your nearest shelter and save a dog, or even a cat or kitten!

Here’s a link to an alert Cojack

Have a wonderful Christmas or if you celebrate some other religious holiday during this season, I pray your particular celebratory day or period will be rewarding.

Thanks to all the dogs, pups, owners and video artists who put together these wonderful presentations.  You have blessed us.

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Repost Of A Repost: It’s A Jack Russell Christmas Someplace

By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 – 2011)

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I love dogs and I especially love Chinese Pugs, Jack Russell Terriers, and Corgi/Jack Russell crosses. Perhaps it is because we have a Pug and a Cojack and never tire of  watching their antics … well, most of the time!  I posted a Jack Russell Christmas video two years ago, also last year and will post it again this year, along with a couple of others. I hope you enjoy the dogs and the message, however subtle:

The next one:

Here’s the final one.  Now go out to your nearest shelter and save a dog, or even a cat or kitten!

Here’s a link to an alert Cojack

Have a wonderful Christmas or if you celebrate some other religious holiday during this season, I pray your particular celebratory day or period will be rewarding.

Thanks to all the dogs, pups, owners and video artists who put together these wonderful presentations.  You have blessed us.

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It’s a Jack Russell Christmas Somewhere!

By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 – 2010)

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I love dogs and I especially love Chinese Pugs, Jack Russell Terriers, and Corgi/Jack Russell crosses. Perhaps it is because we have a Pug and a Cojack and never tire of  watching their antics … well, most of the time!  I posted a Jack Russell Christmas video last year and will post it again this year, along with a couple of others. I hope you enjoy the dogs and the message, however subtle:

The next one:

Here’s the final one.  Now go out to your nearest shelter and save a dog, or even a cat or kitten!

Here’s a link to an alert Cojack

Have a wonderful Christmas or if you celebrate some other religious holiday during this season, I pray your particular celebratory day or period will be rewarding.

Thanks to all the dogs, pups, owners and video artists who put together these wonderful presentations.  You have blessed us.

Shaggy Dogs Story

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By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 – 2010)

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I’ve always enjoyed shaggy dog stories.  I suppose it is because I love the sound of contemptible moans and seeing the backside of my victims as they scurry away before they are subjected to another of my tails, er tales.  Anyway, if you are unlucky enough to be around me for any length of time, you will be attacked by a shaggy dog story.  Lucky for you (?) here are two of my favorites.

FIRST POOCH:

Ghandi walked barefoot everywhere, to the point that his feet became quite thick and hard. Even when he wasn’t on a hunger strike, he did not eat much and became quite thin and frail. He also was a devout Hindu and quite a spiritual person. Furthermore, due to his diet, which consisted of mostly vegetables, he ended up with very bad breath. He became known as a super-calloused fragile mystic with extra halitosis.

SECOND PUPPY:

Graham Kerr, the Galloping Gourmet of television fame, ran out of recipes and decided that he would travel to Europe to seek new ones.  His first stop was at a fish and chips place.  He found the fish and chips to be absolutely beyond compare, and he asked the owner (after introducing himself) if the owner would share the recipe with him. The owner apologized, stating that he would if he could, but the recipe belonged to the monks in a monastery just up the street.  He told Kerr that the monks were sure to give Kerr the recipes if Kerr gave them an endorsement on his television show. Kerr paid hill ticket, left a tip and departed for the monastery.

Arriving at the monastery, Kerr saw that the massive wooden door to the fortress-like facility had a huge wrought iron knocker.  No sooner had he knocked on the door, than the door screeched loudly open, and standing before Kerr was a diminutive man in a brown habit. Kerr feeling confident, said, “You are the fish friar.” “Absolutely not,” replied the small man, “I am the chip monk!”

NOW FOR THE REAL SHAGGY DOGS:

This story comes from CBS Television and tells of a soldier and his dogs in Afghanistan. The dogs looked as though they were mixed with all the dogs in the village in which they were found by the soldier. Nonetheless, they were nourished and loved and apparently from events which were yet to transpire, returned the love with licks and heroism.

I’ll have CBS finish the story:

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A Chip Not For Eating

by Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009).

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Brindle  the dog left Virginia ten years ago and an eight year old girl recently found him in Oklahoma in bad physical shape. A trip to a local veterinarian revealed an implanted chip with the dog’s and owner’s identifying information.

The owner was contacted through Facebook and a reunion is planned. Seems Brindle could open the front door and let himself out, but he never quite got the knack for ringing the doorbell to regain entry.  Brindle’s owner is anxious to find out why he left to begin with.

Hear and see Brindle’s Story and Print Brindle Story

Object lesson … chip your pets. Cheap insurance.

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