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Jake the Thinker

Jake is finally showing the real him. Initially fairly timid, he is far more relaxed around other dogs. He does appear to be a one person dog though ..... who likes to travel. He's taken a shine to Paul. On getting into the car yesterday, Paul suddenly found a certain Patterdale jumping in beside him ! So off they went.

The ever thoughtful Jake
This photo of Jaxson sums him up 100%.
Does he ever stop ?? The answer is "yes ... finally "! But while he's awake, Jaxson and his tail are on overdrive. But come the evening, eyes red and all activity around him having stopped, the curtains are eventually drawn on another day.
Until morning comes ...... WAKE UP EVERYONE !
Jaxson having fun fun fun !

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