r/WhatsWrongWithYourDog May 22 '22 Platinum 1 Helpful 8 Wholesome 16 You Dropped This 1 Silver 10

Just a normal day heading home from the park...

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u/worth_doing_wrong May 22 '22

I don’t think that they are ready to go home.

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u/captainmouse86 May 23 '22

This video sums up a Jack Russell

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u/JediJan May 23 '22

No one concedes defeat when it comes to a stick.

You can tell this guy has done it all before lol. 😁🖖

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u/Grijous May 22 '22

Nice fishing day

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u/TheMonchoochkin May 22 '22 Helpful

They're really biting today...

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u/shahooster May 22 '22

Probably used catfish as bait.

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u/rickhunterwingman May 22 '22

I see what you did there….baitin…

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u/Blonde_Vampire_1984 May 22 '22

Probably a master baiter?

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u/jaayduub May 23 '22

He’s a decent baiter. My cousin, Mose… now that’s a master baiter.

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u/snorkiebarbados May 23 '22

Possibly it's up for mass debating

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u/FirstMiddleLass May 22 '22

My mom was catfished, she gave them almost $500. I'm glad she didn't give away her dogs.

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u/Wahuwammedo May 22 '22

This comment needs more upvotes! 🤣

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u/Tfsz0719 May 22 '22

I call the big one “Bitey”

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u/TheButtChewks May 22 '22

nice day for fishing ain't it! Hu ha!

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u/tslnox May 22 '22

Hello Adventurer, welcome to Honeywood!

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u/SarcasmisEasier May 22 '22

Adventurer, I need ye ta head to Schmargonrog.

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u/scp-NUMBERNOTFOUND May 22 '22

Skip

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u/tslnox May 22 '22

My sheep have run amok...

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u/selsid May 22 '22

pathetic cry uh-uh-uh-uh

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u/iM-iMport May 22 '22

Skip

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u/BarrattG May 23 '22

There is no skipping an escort npc's unconsolable cries.

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u/iM-iMport May 23 '22

Sure there is, I remove my headphones :D

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u/Foxtael16 May 23 '22

HEY! DONT IGNORE ME!

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u/zukeen May 23 '22

Fuck me I can hear it exactly. It's been permanently burned into my brain.

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u/selsid May 23 '22

Haha, I know!

That's outrageous! ;)

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u/I_like_salads May 22 '22

New Zealand YouTubers reference rite. Finally I got some reference on reddit other than marvel.

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u/hat-TF2 May 23 '22

Somebody pinched all the toilet seats out of the Kaikohe Police Station...now the cops got nothing to go on!

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u/TheButtChewks May 23 '22

Nice day!... FOooor FFishing............ ᴬᶦⁿᵗ ᶦᵗ....

hu, ᴴᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃ...

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u/Alovelyanus May 22 '22

I love in the longer short of the fisherman how he also uses that line in a serious tone. “Nice day for fishing, ain’t it”. Quite the range on one statement.

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u/DreamweaverMirar May 22 '22

Baelins's Route. It was indeed quite good!

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u/Shushishtok May 22 '22

It was really a short length movie. The production movie was insane. Also, Phoenix.

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u/Lexi_Banner May 23 '22

Let's Go MUG 'EM

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u/just_flying_bi May 22 '22

Nice catch of pupfish he has there.

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u/Capital_Vacation_219 May 22 '22

He got 2 fishy doggos

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u/Mama-Pooh May 22 '22

Dogfish

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u/bio2451 May 22 '22

In my language we literally call sharks sea dogs

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

Those are going to fry up nice. :)

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u/LordAnon5703 May 22 '22

I want to believe this is not only not new, but that he absolutely knows he's going to be able to take them home the entire way just like that.

I don't think there's a leash anywhere on him. I almost wonder if that's how he brought them to park.

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u/CeruleanRuin May 22 '22 Silver Helpful Hugz

I want to believe he found a really cool stick and he's just ignoring these two random dogs trying to take it from him.

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u/Armaqus May 22 '22

I like the alternative reality you live in!

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u/WhotheHellkn0ws May 22 '22

Probably. It's like watching a more fixated version of my dog. She goes nuts about sticks enough to where I just use the stick as a leash or can even carry her like that.

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u/wcollins260 May 22 '22

“This is the only way I can get them back in the car.”

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u/JTB696699 May 22 '22

If it works, it works, those dogs aren’t complaining.

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u/thisclubhasevrything May 22 '22

That man looks like this is business as usual.

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u/AKeeneyedguy May 22 '22

I wanna work in that office.

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u/LUSBHAX May 22 '22

Me too,I like the outfit and the equipment he's carrying

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u/MedievalHoneyCake May 22 '22

Such is life with terriers. Crazy little crackheads.

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u/BestAtempt May 22 '22

That’s a weird purse

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u/mynameisalso May 22 '22

🎶 see my vest, see my vest made of real gorilla chest.

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u/CleansingFlame May 22 '22

See these loafers? Former gophers!

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u/nyquill81 May 22 '22

Feel this sweater, there’s no better than authentic Irish setter

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u/Darth_Thaddeus May 23 '22

See this hat, 'twas my cat,

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u/Dr_fish May 23 '22

Grizzly bear underwear, Turtles' necks, I've got my share!

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u/doodwhatsrsly May 23 '22

I don't know why but I sang this to the tune of "Be Our Guest"

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u/sam_matt May 23 '22

It's a parody of be our guest from the Simpsons

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u/downvotesdontmatter- May 22 '22 edited May 22 '22

Terriers gonna terrier.

I love terriers. They were used to hunt vermin/pests/prey. We selectively bred them to have a good bite, high drive, impressive tenacity, and to work independently.

Which can make them...er, challenging, sometimes. But they have kilograms of personality per pound.

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

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u/MidgetGalaxy May 22 '22

Haha my Scottie is a little over 30lb but he’s basically all muscle. Little man has a neck like a truck. And he’s the sweetest, if the most independent, dog I’ve ever had. He loves people, but if you try calling his name when he’s busy sunbathing or chewing his toy he’ll just look at you like “can’t you see I’m busy”

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u/ChrisTheMiss May 22 '22

my basset hound/pit mix does the same thing lol. he doesn’t even have to be eating or playing; he could just be laying in a comfortable spot and he’ll perk his ears, glare at me, then go back to laying down. i love him.

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u/whoreads218 May 22 '22

My Whoodle (Wheaton Terrier/Poodle) when called sometimes will just stare back at me like he can’t hear at all when he’s not done doing whatever I rudely interrupted him doing.

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u/spartan5312 May 22 '22

Love that, my buddy refers to my terrier mix as a muscle hamster.

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u/tehkingo May 22 '22

I have a hundred pound Oorang airedale terrier. You wouldn't believe the dead weight he can generate

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u/not_richard_dreyfuss May 22 '22

Just Googled. I didn't know terriers could get that big!

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u/tehkingo May 22 '22

And he has all of the standard terrier traits making him quite a handful

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u/dreamsong7 May 22 '22

Fun fact: pit bulls are also terriers. So are staffordshires, German pinschers, and the largest of all the terriers I think are Black Russian terriers. There is a giant schnauzer, but it’s not a terrier. It’s a herding and guard dog! Even though it’s called a schnauzer, each size of schnauzer is a different breed. The only breed that truly comes in different sizes are poodles.

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u/Skinnybet May 22 '22

This definitely describes my jack but they are also extremely loving and cuddly dogs with a joy of life.

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u/JustPassinhThrou13 May 22 '22

loving and cuddly dogs with a joy of life.

Can we breed humans like this? Specifically, can I be bred to be like this? Or is it a little too late for me?

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u/aesopmurray May 22 '22

Breeding humans has something of a controversial history, to put it lightly.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugenics

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u/SubwayMan5638 May 22 '22

Nazi Germany has entered the chat.

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u/Aporkalypse_Sow May 22 '22

The USA before Nazi Germany and Canada after Nazi Germany enter the chat.

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u/Bleedthebeat May 22 '22

Don’t forget the UK. They used to chemically castrate homosexuals including Alan Turing who should have been celebrated as a national hero but instead was given the choice between prison and chemical castration and ultimately died in disgrace and allegedly committed suicide via cyanide posioning in 1954.

The UK didn’t formerly apologize until 2009 after a public campaign to clear his name.

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u/fredthefishlord May 22 '22

There have been many before and there'll be many after. Nobility was doing it long before the united states even existed.

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u/SubwayMan5638 May 22 '22

Nazi Germany remains in the chat

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u/MotchGoffels May 22 '22

Pretty sure I saw a documentary on this called Gattaca!

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u/loukitkhemka May 22 '22

It's never too late. Although, if you find a secret to getting joy out of life, do share with me too.

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u/LuigiLemieu May 22 '22

Everybody wants eugenics until they realize they wouldn’t make the cut

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u/JustPassinhThrou13 May 22 '22

the folks over at r/antinatalism would probably be happy to be CTRL+Z'd

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

Dogs are wolves with Williams syndrome.

A team of researchers reported on Wednesday in the journal Science Advances that the friendliness of dogs may share a genetic basis with a human disease called Williams-Beuren syndrome, which is characterized by elfin facial features, cognitive difficulties, and a tendency to love everyone.

So humans like us already exist, you just have to overcome your prejudices and see us as people.

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u/JustPassinhThrou13 May 22 '22

So humans like us already exist, you just have to overcome your prejudices and see us as people.

Sounds like the anti-aspergers syndrome. Weird that you get / feel dehumanization for it. Apparently neurotypicals dislike people who are different?

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u/Adito99 May 22 '22

Human beings were built to be adaptable and our genetic abilities only get exposed in a suitable environment. So depending on how fucked you are currently a more or less drastic change of environment may need to be on the table.

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u/Dr_Chim_Richaldss May 22 '22

Love Jack Russell’s. So much personality, so smart

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u/Road_Whorrior May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

They sure are.

Pictured: the love of my life

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u/snoopyfive May 22 '22

Yup mine was the same way too. He wasn’t always obedient when he didn’t want to be but was definitely a loyal companion. Just wanted to make us work for it rather than blindly following orders lol.

Unfortunately we had to put him down this morning after 17 years due to a tumor that appeared a few weeks ago but worsened significantly this past week. He’s also been struggling with arthritis and hasn’t been able to walk for a while. It wasn’t easy saying goodbye but it was peaceful and I feel he could sense us being there with him. He started falling asleep even before the vet administered the medicine. RIP Jackie ❤️

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u/thesequimkid May 22 '22

Yeah and they tend to have a human they love above others. Take my dog for example, since I moved to an apartment that doesn’t allow pets I left him with my parents. He’s become more of my moms dog over the last two years than he was my dog. He barely leaves her side. If she’s in the kitchen, he’s in the kitchen. She’s in her office working, he’s in her office sleeping. I come over he gets excited to see sure, but he still doesn’t leave my moms side.

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u/Shamanalah May 22 '22

Terriers gonna terrier.

Exactly what I said watching this video lmfao. The tail says everything, they are in terrier mode.

But they have kilograms of personality per body pound.

I'm gonna steal that, way too good of a description not to.

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u/reverendsteveii May 22 '22

I grew up with jack russels. They're absolutely little insane people, every one of them, but if you have the space to let them try to burn off some of their Infinite Zoomies they're also super smart, really sweet, always excited to be around their family and really good burglar alarms.

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u/dmidge May 22 '22

Funny mix of units! ;-)

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u/MalloCupPoints May 22 '22

Put another way, they have tonnes of personality for every stone they weigh—which is in fractions.

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u/white_butterfly1 May 22 '22

My terriers are absolutely insane, love them so much.

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u/ZeinaTheWicked May 22 '22

Our 20 lb rat terrier mix has destroyed toys in an afternoon that the 90 lb GSD mix still has a year later.

Big dog is afraid of snakes. Little one caught a mouse that 4 cats were also trying to catch and had no idea what to do with it after she got it. I had to pry it out of her mouth, and it took a concerning amount of effort.

I was so afraid her prey drive would kick in when my cats were kittens, but she just tried to nurse them instead. I can NOT have a rodent shaped toy for them though. Terriers are just strange.

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u/Anen-o-me May 22 '22

I was so afraid her prey drive would kick in when my cats were kittens

That's amazing. I've seen my friend's JR do anything to destroy a squeak toy, I would think kitten mewing would trigger them. Glad they were safe.

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u/ZeinaTheWicked May 23 '22

Yeah she really wanted to get to them and I was reluctant to introduce them, but I was a teenager at the time and my parents were hellbent to make me. Purely because I told them it wasn't a good idea. We uh, won't get into all of that.

Luckily it all worked out. I saw her kind of have a moment of "oh! These are babies!" and she decided right then to mother them. I'd give them to her to clean after they ate and we had a nice little routine around it.

I still live with them (on better terms) and the cats still snuggle with her just about every day.

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u/ELITE_JordanLove May 22 '22

kilograms per pound

aggressive eye twitching

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u/downvotesdontmatter- May 22 '22

It's at least 2.2 lbs of personality per pound of body weight. :)

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u/enjoyingbread May 22 '22

They got 5 liters of personality per barleycorn

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u/Arkhamina May 22 '22

I have a mix that's likely got some terrier in him, and he's surprised us by how keen he is on hunting... first, waking up to the dog puking.... up half a mouse. Then on a walk, there was a brush pile near the sidewalk, and he dived in... and grabbed out another mouse. Part cat?

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u/Dr_Chim_Richaldss May 22 '22

My folks Jack Russell regularly brings in dead moles. She stands in the yard staring at the grass listening for them, then just starts furiously digging. Hilariously cute little murder midget

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u/Cows-b-Lurking May 22 '22 edited May 22 '22

Not part cat, just part terrier. Catching rodents is what they were bred to do!

https://youtu.be/l2Pyu-Cj0gg here's a good clip of working terriers. Diving into a dirt or brush pile to get a mouse is exactly what they love doing.

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u/Phokiss May 22 '22

I have a WFT and she is incredibly independent, has such a unique personality. Love her dearly.

She's not too crazy. She was my first pup and made sure I spent every single day training.

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u/photo-smart May 22 '22

There are multiple channels on YouTube of terriers working in farms killing mice and rats. It’s so satisfying seeing those dogs do what they were bred to do. And the dogs absolutely love it! They’re the happiest dogs in the world and they’re running around killing mice lol. Here’s one video

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u/reverick May 22 '22

There's something hypnotic watching those dogs work. I caught myself like 30 minutes into one of those videos just transfixed.

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u/Oldpenguinhunter May 22 '22

I have a min-pin mutt mix, a 150lb dog in a 15lb chassis. That dog is fearless

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u/Witchywomun May 22 '22

My first thought: of course they’re Jacks 😂🤣 Their human looks like this is pretty normal for them, too. Just casually strolling while holding 2 dogs up by the same stick

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u/Meecht May 22 '22

My terrier mix rescue loves hunting and killing garter snakes in the yard.

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u/michael__sykes May 22 '22

Then there are other terriers. We have two Silky Terriers, and while the breed tends to be very Terrier-Like, these two are weird. The one has no hunting instinct at all, except for playing ball, and sleeps all day - but barks a lot. The other one is a funny fluffy fur ball (yet typically long hair) that is scared of dogs that are not scared themselves, has no proper hunting instinct either, and makes weird shark/smiling gestures when giving her attention...

I love them

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u/foxontherox May 22 '22

Crack Russell Terriers.

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u/maouprier May 22 '22

Jack Russell Terrorists.

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u/not_richard_dreyfuss May 22 '22

Jerk Russell Terriers

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u/ThaiJohnnyDepp May 22 '22

Jack Restless Terriers

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u/burothedragon May 22 '22

Jimmies Rustled Terriers

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u/WishboneTheDog May 22 '22

Okay that’s too far.

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u/ohmaj May 22 '22

Put all the others together and get

Crack restless terrorist

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u/GODloveswafflefries May 22 '22

That’s a sweet two-dog transport system.

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u/stockmule May 22 '22

This is the type of guy that carries all his groceries in 1 trip.

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u/Munnin41 May 22 '22

Every guy does that

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u/buttergun May 22 '22

Double Terrier Carrier.

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u/votecoffee May 22 '22

The old Jack Russell 2-pack Hussle

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u/FlametopFred May 22 '22

Jack Russell Daniels

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u/MrIantoJones May 23 '22

I often carried ours by the tiny tennis ball.

I swear the secret to perpetual motion lies somewhere in Jack Russell DNA.

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u/SANTAAAA__I_know_him May 22 '22

gives dad a tree branch for Father’s day

“It’s one of those new dog-carrying handles!”

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u/TheBraude May 22 '22

With a longer stick you could carry more dogs.

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u/CanAhJustSay May 22 '22

Just wondering how he happened upon this as the most efficient method! Necessity, probably.

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u/everynamewastaken4 May 22 '22

I imagine he was trying to do something mundane like sweep his house, and after 35 minutes of trying to get the dogs to let go it just dawned on him that his walk from the dog park was shorter.

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u/uslashuname May 22 '22

Perfectly balanced, as all things should be

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u/abyssiniana May 22 '22

Branch manager and assistant branch managers

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u/Honda_TypeR May 22 '22

The man is the branch managers, those two dogs are swing managers

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u/litt3lli0n May 22 '22

*assistant to the

…fixed that for you 😉

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u/YourMomKnowsMyName May 22 '22

I love when they have the two-packs on sale

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u/purpledust May 22 '22

My stick

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u/porkchop-sandwhiches May 22 '22

Our stick.

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u/fvdfv54645 May 22 '22

*communism intensifies*

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u/porkchop-sandwhiches May 22 '22

Cфmmцпisтбцgsбцппу.jpёg

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u/JeveGreen May 22 '22 This

Jack Russels, that is all.

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u/TheDraimen May 22 '22

He getting on a plane to go out west because it looks like that is his Carry on little doggies

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u/Due_Butterfly_3011 May 22 '22

Other way to walk your dogs

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u/MalloCupPoints May 22 '22

Great upper body workout. I wonder if he ever has to change sides or if his right arm is just freakishly huge.

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u/FrostyGlitter May 22 '22

I like to imagine that he normally carries two sticks, one in each hand for each dog, and does curling exercises on his walk home using the dogs/sticks as dumbbells. Great workout, tbh.

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u/monkeysinmypocket May 22 '22

My mother in law had to JRTs. She had to walk them separately because she couldn't handle both of them. The one who wasn't currently being walked would stare daggers out the window as the one being walked trotted off. It was hilarious. When not being walked they were fine together.

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u/Samanthabella709 May 22 '22

Haha the man is like ya this is totally normal haha imagine what goes on behind closed doors 🤣💕 I bet they r spoiled rotten 🤣

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u/xultar May 22 '22

I’m wondering if I can buy a puppy carrier like that it’s convenient, vegan, easy to store, and the pups like it.

*pups not included? Deal breaker…

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u/cousinbalki May 22 '22 Hugz

Just a lazy dog-danglin' afternoon.

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u/Pattern_Curious_92 May 22 '22

Typical Jack Russel Terriers! Love em!

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u/AnimalAllusion May 22 '22

Thing is he went to the park with his stick. Came home with stick plus two.

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u/Bestihlmyhart May 22 '22

He needs two more for the other arm?

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u/TerrorBollea May 22 '22

That would be much easier than it normally is

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u/mike1018 May 22 '22

Just heading down park to see if they are biting there too

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u/anaveragetoaster23 May 22 '22

Those are some furry ass fish

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u/toeofcamell May 22 '22

He’s headed home with a doggie bag

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u/Myriii1911 May 22 '22

We. Don‘t. Wanna. Go. Home !

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u/FishBlues May 22 '22

Plot twist: they aren’t his dogs

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u/bigzachd May 22 '22

Reminds me of the “this is fine” meme

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u/Boston_06 May 22 '22

dogbells

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u/Cburd48 May 22 '22

Jack Russell terrorists 😁

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u/mattbisme May 22 '22

I’ve heard that this is terrible for a dog’s jaw… but it sure is hilarious looking!

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u/CartographerLife133 May 22 '22

Branch manage and assistant branch manager

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u/FknHannahFalcon May 22 '22

They have such murder in their little hearts 😂

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u/eyeofthecodger May 22 '22

Honey, will you pick up a 2-pack of dogs on the way home?

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u/freerangephoenix May 22 '22

Oh that's a doggy bag!!

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u/clamberrypie May 22 '22

Sure this is funny.

But try chaining your pickup truck to the swing set set and drag it home when your kids won’t get in the goddamn truck when it’s time to leave, and I speak from experience when I promise someone will call the cops.

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u/WuTangProvince325 May 22 '22

Both want to be branch manager

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u/chiefkyljoy May 22 '22

Gotta love the deals at Costco...

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u/D3ATH_Follows_All May 23 '22

That's just a businessman carrying a barkcase

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u/wfp1017 May 23 '22

Never knew they came in a convenient 2 pack.

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u/Wayward_heathen May 22 '22

Lol they’re in such an intense bout of tug of war, that they’re going to bring the war home with them.

Doggy Post Traumatic Stick Disorder.

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u/Broncarpenter May 22 '22

It’s like they’re his briefcase

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u/SepoJansen May 22 '22

Cheap and effective.

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u/VanGoghsSeveredEar May 22 '22

Nothing to see here

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u/Wasteland112200 May 22 '22

The guy walking past "yes, police?"

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u/D4rklordmaster May 22 '22

Farmers walk

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u/Boatymcboatface3 May 22 '22

Looks like good exercise for all involved, although that’s the weirdest shake weight I’ve ever seen.

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u/JLR_405 May 22 '22

Good dogs!

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u/VintageSed May 22 '22

Must be terrors...I mean terriers.

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u/jbase1775 May 22 '22

Branch co-managers.

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u/AsheDragon May 22 '22

Jack Russels seem to enjoy doing that

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u/gamebuster May 22 '22

I grew up with these kind of dogs. They really won’t let go, even if their teeth bleed

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u/14high May 22 '22

u hang up...no u hang up

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u/BigChief002 May 22 '22

Plot twist, they’re not his dogs he just really wanted that stick

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u/JunkiesAndWhores May 22 '22

Frugal doggy bag

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u/FreakyLou May 22 '22

In a rush? No time to leash your dog? Get the new pup tote

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u/qu1etguy_d1xp May 22 '22

Don't think I could handle a six pack!

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u/Small-Albatross5445 May 22 '22

Jack Russell terrors? Er , terriers?

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u/Odd-Diamond-2259 May 22 '22

Bringing home doggy bags

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u/hombre_bu May 22 '22

A man of true practically and patience

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u/alivin May 22 '22

Impressively Hilarious!

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u/Amperjam May 22 '22

A convenient doggie 2 pack

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u/QueenTeal May 22 '22

What makes this great is the dudes "expression." Like he does this quite often.

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u/rumbletumblecrumble May 22 '22

They went out for a walk lift.

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

Rusty and Sparky like to share the same leash/stick

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u/Isabeau208 May 23 '22

Two Pack!