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by Marla
(Ventura, ca)

I just rescued a jrt and she is turning her left paw under. I recently had to put my Boston terrier down because he was turning both front paws under and became crippled. Totally concerned.

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Jun 22, 2012
Jack Russell paws
by: Frances

It's hard to tell without a picture. Some Jacks have turned in paws due to genetics and usually bad breeding. While this can impair them in terms of looks and maybe speed it doesn't usually affect them health wise. Some people call it "puddin" Jack Russells, shorty JRT's, or "Queen Anne" legs.

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