Border terrier

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small rough-coated terrier of British origin

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I can only apologise for being so pathetically unoriginal after a three-week absence occasioned by a seasonal mix of illness and indolence, but on Friday we took delivery of our new Border terrier puppy, Dunstan.
We think a certain border terrier was quite taken with you
Earlier this year, two pedigree border terriers belonging to a five-year-old were snatched from a kennel in Pontybodkin near Mold amid a spate of dog thefts in the area.
The Border terriers have already had their paws on their master's Olympic gold medal and US Open trophy.
He added: "My son Mark, 44, of Belmangate owns two Border terriers nearby and they disappeared at Butt Lane, Guisborough, on March 28.
The Scot revealed the puss torments his beloved border terriers Maggie and Rusty by appearing at the windows of his house to stare them out.
I suppose I would have to allow you "boring" as my link with the soap character, and "grumpy" with the tennis ace, but the intended answer is that we all own Border terriers.
The two tan and grizzle Border Terriers belong to Siobhan Hunter and Mark Dolman who have run Hey Green Hotel at Marsden for the past 10 years.
A Border terriers are natural chasers and will be plagued by movement next door.
In the documentary Kennel Club chairman Ronnie Irving admits he has bred grandfather to granddaughter of his own border terriers.
Sears, 24, has launched her own website named 'Brushes and Paws' to promote her painted portraits of dogs, including Maggie and Rusty, the border terriers she shares with Murray.
And the Scot posted a picture of himself playing in the snow with his border terriers Maggie and Rusty.