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Hi everybody looking for a terrier pup for general bushing and mooching been offered a patterdale pup for 125 quid would it be with it or am I just buying into trouble guy seems genuine 

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Cheap terrier anyway in my opinion everyone knows big names big money 

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Shefflad69 is the pup bred off digging dogs or general mooching types .

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On 10/08/2019 at 08:35, Flacko said:

Shefflad69 is the pup bred off digging dogs or general mooching types .

Why did I read that out loud and with your accent Flacko? 😂👌

 

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You can do a Black Country accent 🤔 lol 

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I got a patt keen little bushing dog most I've seen are but don't forget they like holes 😂 So keep ya eye on em

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