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    Apparently , this dog (well, bitch) had suddenly taken a great liking to her red ball and took it everywhere with her... and woe-betide anyone who would try and take it off her. She's nine, so 'youthful exuberance' can't be used as an excuse

    I included the second shot to show the wonderful coat colour.

    The owner said that it was an Irish terrier - it was a beautiful colour and a very nice size - not too big, but not as small as a lot of terriers. I looked them up and apparently they were kept as watch-dogs and ratters.
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