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Old 09-20-2019, 02:45 AM
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He's a rat terrier, mostly white. About eleven give or take, 20 lbs. He's had his run-ins with bigger dogs, he doesn't like other dogs on his property..... One time a shepherd dog came out of nowhere and chased him down and got his head in his jaws and shook him like a rag doll until i thought he was dead but he came to after a while and recovered altho he did have a scar over his eye where he was laid open. .. Jack was not able to get revenge on this shepherd because he was run over by a pick-up truck out on the road and the neighbors agreed that they weren't sorry to see that dog gone.... He getting grey and a step slow but recently we were up at Starved Rock state park on a path and he attacked two 50 lb. Bull terriers from behind.. He went right at their ass-holes in a full snarling yellow tooth attack, frothing at the mouth. I never knew he had it in him. He had these big dogs cowering and whimpering... He's never bitten anyone before, i guess he didn't like their smell...
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Old 09-20-2019, 06:45 AM
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Long live Jack!

I once had a dog that was fearless and a good protector. You never forget those kids.

My first Boy Scout Jamboree was at Starved Rock State Park many, many moons ago. That was before they put rails on the top of the rock to keep fools from falling into the river. I stopped there about 10 years ago and the park was pathetic compared to what it was in the early 1960s. But it still holds good memories.
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Old 09-20-2019, 07:40 AM
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Fearless is can be good for many things, aggressive is not. Just because the dog is small does not make it ok. It he had attacked any of my three without me their to intervene the results would have been fatal.
Terriers of the fox and Yorkie types are known for attacking larger dogs that are not on their property. Not a good thing. The fact that he attacked two english bull terriers and survived shows how dogshow and pet breeders have dumbed that breed down.

Below a french bulldog that has terrier in its background attacks two bears on its property
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