Originally Posted by thekimballs
Just in case anyone happens to be wondering how to get a puppy from one location to another, not that any such thing could be occurring here, say by someone like, oh, NORTHOF60 (whistles innocently), I was serious about Delta cargo, which is the best dog carrier. Up to two puppies can fly in a crate, which costs about $40, but the puppies need a current vet health certificate (usually about $15 from an average vet). The cost last year was $182 for the flight; no clue whether this has gone up since then. It is a very easy process and not hard on the puppies.
Just saying it to the air... doo doo doo...
Originally Posted by SevenVeils
You are eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevil!
I was purposefully staying out of this thread for a reason. NO MORE PUPPIES. But dang, are they tempting. LOL
I am maxed out, though I do know of several go-to-grounders who are always looking for doxie/russells if you get stuck needing good homes. *I* would love a doxie russell, and yeah, shipping isn't that hard. Although I did fly to Texas to pick up Jersey (who was brought there by here breeder to a meetup we had planned, so she didn't fly alone), it's not hard at all. I've shipped Kali to and from Canada several times unaccompanied.
I also see a lot of little legs in there. Jill herself looks very Puddin English/Irish Russellish (as opposed to the AKC Parson Russell). They tend to come from a lot English and Irish lines, so they're usually dubbed as Irish or English Russells. The JRTCA standard could apply, but when their length supersedes their height, it's a whole different kettle of fish. And then with the doxie. Oh boy.
I love me some shortie russells!
Do any of them have any white?