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Hitler's dogs

Article about: Most of us know at least a little about the Fhrer's four legged friends, but I thought that it might be interesting to some, to write a little about this particular "wolf pack" wi

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    Sorry to hear of your friend's passing Martin. JRs are such great characters aren't they? I used to look after a neighbour's Jack Russell years ago, he was a wonderful dog.



    p.s. Glad that you found the thread of interest.
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    Hitler's dogsHitler's dogs
    I realise this is an old thread, but I found this interesting paper on the "German" Shepherd Dog written by Aaron Skabelund
    Assistant Professor, Department of History, Brigham Young University, If you have or like GSD's i'm sure you will enjoy.
    (Moderator, please delete if no relevence to thread, Thanks)
    Last edited by duska; 08-13-2014 at 03:00 PM.

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    hi Carl I also have a jack russell,she's a bitch in all ways but we love her,she was a stray so no idea of her background,but after 6 months she wound us around her paws.

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    Great post!!!!! Never knew that.
    Wonder where that chair is now?

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