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What's happened to all the long legged terriers ?

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Thought you might enjoy this as much as I did, some super looking JR's 🙂, I've always wondered why they all seem to be tiny and with short legs these days. 

 

 

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Not sure that's true, it's much harder to breed a short legged Russel. Just visit. Country show and most winning terriers are tall, 14" plus 

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1 hour ago, washerboy said:

Not sure that's true, it's much harder to breed a short legged Russel. Just visit. Country show and most winning terriers are tall, 14" plus 

Whenever I look at adverts for puppies on sites like Pets4homes etc, the vast majority are born to short legged types, many also make a point of saying they are miniatures ! 

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24 minutes ago, washerboy said:

It's a wrong place to buy one from, their all about the money. 

Down my neck of the woods you just don't see many leggy Jack Russells, great shame as I think they look more in proportion. 

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that brought back some good memories from when I was 18/20 spent many a weekend with the terriers digging the beggers out great fun

couldn,t do now tho to bloody old and worn out

my mate has some cracking plumbers that we use for the rats

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