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Cynophilist Eileen Jean Chatwin Writes a Delightful Story About Her Jack Russells

An amusing and intriguing look at a dogís life as told by the dogs themselves.

Epsom, England, UK – WEBWIRE

Itís a story of the adventures and misadventures of two Jack Russells, Gabby short for Gabrielle and Boni short for Bonifacio which is the name of a town in Corsica. They were mother and daughter. It will enlighten you as to what goes on in your petís mind when they do the things they do and how fleeting time is for them.

This book is not only great for dog lovers but even those who wants to know what itís like to have a pet and the joy that they can get from having one. A perfect read for children and kids-at-heart because it will awaken their interest with how the story is uniquely and creatively told.

A dog is the most loyal and the best friend that a human can have, we are simply not worthy of their love. They are constantly on guard of our personal safety whether we are out walking and they take the lead or when we are in bed when they are guarding the house.

If you want a fresh new take in story-telling, this is definitely for you. Share the fun with your loved ones and friends and take a journey with Gabby and Boni and know what their daily life is like.

You can grab a copy of ďThe Berkshire Jack RussellsĒ at

The Berkshire Jack Russells
Published Date: January 6, 2012
Paperback Price: $14.95

About the Author
Eileen Jean Chatwin lives in the County of Berkshire in New England where there are a lot of Stud Farms that breed Jack Russells. She does creative writing as a hobby now that she is retired and thought how delighted her late husband and children will be if she wrote about the dogs they had. She is a widow and lives on her own but has plenty of good memories to keep her going. Her grandchildren always ask stories about the dogs that their mom had and of course she always oblige. She left school at 15 and started her first job as a Junior Secretary having day release to go to college to improve her shorthand and typing. She got married in 1962 and started a family in 1967. Fiona was first, followed by Yvette in 1969. Their first little Jack Russell was born at Scarlett Farm in1976 whom they adopted and called Gabby who then had her first litter of 5 puppies in 1978, kept one and called her Boni, Gabbyís daughter.

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