Yes, it seems to have the bull terrior body with the JR face. I love this dog and hope the owner lets me have her. My buddy just had his second kid and I don't think they have the time for the dog now. This has been an experiment and we get along so well. If I do get to keep her, I will be asking about high quality dog food and some basic health care awareness.
I am running her on the streets as I ride my bike. She seems to love this. Is this too much for her? Will it hurt her feet or do damage in the future? I try to find grass, but outside a large park there is only the streets. She has so much energy that I need to ride slowly to keep up with her and we can cover a lot of distance in order to give her full excercise.
I agree...JR / terrior mix. Close as I can understand I guess for now. Thanks all!
Does it matter I know her type? No. Is it of high interest? Yes. I'd like to know what type of dog this is, simple as that.
Pics were taken over the summer. I sat her then as well as currently. My lawn is dead right now. I live in So Cal. Over the summer after a rain it gets really green. The lawn is mostly all junk grass but it looks good after a rain...*when* it rains in So Cal!!!
Riding her has been fun. I got a longer lease extension and yesterday the thing got tangled in my wheels 3x. It happens so fast. My front brake broke as well. The shorter leash gives me more control and enough distance to be safe.
You really need to be a good rider and able to do 3-4 things at once. Also, reaction time is needed. I ride on streets with no traffic but there is always something to be highly aware of--sprinkler head that can catch lease, poles (oh my gosh...poles of every kind can be a disaster), cars, the dog running in front or crossing suddenly, other dogs & cats, etc.
She enjoys a fast run so much I have to do this almost daily. I can feed her as much as she wants because she burns so many calories and the excercise is fabulous for her.
Sandys - I think the reason the OP is letting the dog run next to the bike is to give her exercise. I do remember a post on here several months ago about a special conraption for the bike that keeps the dog far enough away from the bike... can't remember what it was called.