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  1. Border collies are like potato chips - you can't have but one. We all cave to puppy fever in the end. I've had a BAD case for years now. I finally succumbed. Meet Ross - currently ten weeks old! Here he is at eight weeks, just after joining our household: He's a total cutie-patootie (shown again at eight weeks): He thinks he's half Jack Russell terrier. Loves to jump (and especially loves to jump up on the kitchen stepstool). He threatens us if we don't treat him well he's going to run away and join the circus (here shown at nine weeks, trying out pricked ears): How does he get on with other members of the household? Well, Ross and Cleo (the cat) get along like a house on fire. One or the other of them is always initiating roughhousing. (Sorry about the lousy quality of this photo; we don't have enough natural light in our house for fast shutter speeds, and I suck at flash): Apart from playing with the cat, "tug" is his favorite game (shown here at nine weeks): He also enjoys posing just to show everyone how cute he is (here at nine weeks); (more to follow)
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