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Old 03-13-2006, 08:11 PM
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http://www.jinxmagazine.com/jd_stubby.html

I thought this was an awsome article. Sorry if it has been mentioned before.
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Cool, huh?
I did an exhibition [project] on WW1 dogs in my senior year of high school, and learned quite a bit of cool information like that. Ever heard of a "trench terrier"? Very interesting topic
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Cool, huh?
I did an exhibition [project] on WW1 dogs in my senior year of high school, and learned quite a bit of cool information like that. Ever heard of a "trench terrier"? Very interesting topic
Yeah it was cool especially it being a pit and it saved soldiers lives. I bet those soldiers that he saved would have something interesting to say about BSL.
No I havent heard of them but I bet it is interesting.

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Dogs in WW1 that were kept in the trenches with the men to chase away/kill the rats. I think very highly of these dogs because they remained focused despite the noise and distruction, and I haven't heard of one single story of any of them being agressive. They're also a small source of comfort to the men... it was a project I took a lot of interest in while I was experiencing major "senioritus"
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