Border Terriers! New dog owner General Chat

Discussion in 'Border Terrier' started by Roofs, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. Borderdawn

    Borderdawn New Member

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    Thank you.:grin:
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  3. couver257

    couver257 New Member

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    Hi there, I'm new to the forum.
    What a cutie Rufus is.
    We have a three and a half year old BT and wouldn't be without him. He can be head strong and suffers from "selective hearing" at times however he is also extremely loyal, playful and loves to cuddle up.
    You will have so much fun together as well as a great friend. x
  4. Tang

    Tang New Member

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    Borderdawn I am SO jealous! Every time I see one I can't help thinking they have traditional 'teddy bear' faces! I love these dogs and would have loved to have one here in Cyprus if I could have found one. Don't think I've ever even seen one here.
  5. Borderdawn

    Borderdawn New Member

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    Most suffer from selective hearing! :mrgreen:

    Thanks, they are great fun in the right hands.:grin:
  6. Roofs

    Roofs New Member

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    I met a lady the other day who advised me that Border's were "Quick to learn, slow to obey", I think that about sums them up!

    Rufus is now nearly 5 months old and is fantastic fun, he's got over his hatred of rain (thank god!), doesn't bark at the horses anymore and enjoys lovely long off lead walks in the countryside with me, I'm now just waiting for the teenage stage to kick in!

    He's also still utterly gorgeous:
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  7. dragonfly

    dragonfly New Member

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    Aww, that is lovely photo Roofs :007:
  8. Chris

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    Aw, Rufus is absolutely adorable.

    Borders have a terrific sense of humour. They certainly do know how to keep you smiling (and how to get their own way) :)

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