The Berkshire Jack Russells by Eileen Chatwin

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"This book aims to share the love of a family for a pair of dogs that were family themselves. The book requires a skilled editor to catch plentiful errors, including missing commas, repeated phrases, and a host of other grammatical missteps. It's likely to be enjoyed by family, friends and perhaps by some with a soft spot for an animal tale."
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This is a true story about two Jack Russell's who lived in Berskhire with my me and my children.  They truly had a wonderful life and I think you should read about them, what they got up to and they places they visited.When you hear other people saying it's a dogs life, they mean that they think that dogs have an easy life.  Well that is not true as they are always guarding their owners as well as trying to enjoy themselves.  They also met some interesting animals during their travels so why not read about them.
 

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Having been the owner and lived with these two Jack Russells, Gabby and Boni, all their lives, l thought there was a story to be told about them as they were the most loyal and fun loving dogs you could wish to have owned.  They were mother and daughter, as we had two litters of puppies, but we did not keep any from the second litter as we thought two dogs were enough in a house.  We took them everywhere we travelled both in England and abroad, and wherever we lived they were constantly on guard for our personal safety whether that be out walking on a lead or in bed when they were guarding the house.When they died, almost  within a year of each other, we realized what a difference they had made in our lives as a family. They were missed almost every day, you had got so used to them bouding around the house. My grown up daughter's have families of their own now and are going to have some Jack Russells very soon of their own for their children.  My late husband would love to have known that a book had been written about our two dogs as he thought they were great. Gabby was born in June 1976 and died in September 1992 and Boni was born in May 1978 and died in October 1993.I live in the County of Berkshire in England where there are a lot of Stud Farms that breed Jack Russells so you see a lot of them around.  I do creative writing as a hobby now that I am retired and thought how delighted my late husband and of course my own children would be if I wrote about the dogs we had.  I am a widow and live on my own but have plenty of good memories to keep me going.  My grandchiildren are always asking for stories about the dogs that their mum's had and of course I always oblige.  Happy Days.
 
Published January 6, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 110 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction
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on Jan 04 2016

"This book aims to share the love of a family for a pair of dogs that were family themselves. The book requires a skilled editor to catch plentiful errors, including missing commas, repeated phrases, and a host of other grammatical missteps. It's likely to be enjoyed by family, friends and perhaps by some with a soft spot for an animal tale."

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