My Pet: Cute terrier Gibbs loves the park life
I grew up in the Mountains of Mourne in what was a caravan park but when my humans left they left me behind and I went on the run.
Children on bikes and men in hi-viz coats took six months to catch me before I spent my first birthday at the Corran Kennels. I am part Jack/part Parson Russell/part Fox Terrier - but most people think I am all cute.
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Then my human mummy and daddy came and took me from there in their car and forgave my motion sickness and a lot of things in the early days nearly six years ago.
They named me Gibbs - after the NCIS investigator on TV as I am always sticking my nose into things indoors and outdoors. I have a big sister Helen and brother Mark who love me and Helen has her own dog, a rescue greyhound Isy, who is my friend. We exercise a lot in Ormeau Park in Belfast now where there are lots of good dogs and a few I am not sure of - being a terrier.
Finest hour: Chasing swifts and squirrels
Likes: Eating mummy and daddy's food
Dislikes: Most big dogs, squirrels and cats
Padraig Murphy, Ravenhill, Belfast
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