Dajackie Kennels
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DAJACKIE MINI FOXIES
"Home of the Big Hearted Little Aussie Dog"
ALSO BREEDING PURE AUSTRALIAN DINGOES TO SAVE THEM  FROM EXTINCTION

Dajackie Kennels were established over 50 years ago.  From
this proud Kennel came some of the finest Australian Cattle
Dogs, that were highly coveted for their working ability,
and  performance in the show ring.  Whilst the main breed
of those early days was the Australian Cattle Dog, Australian
Kelpies and Border Collies were also bred and they too were
prized in the show ring and on working properties.

Always there, making their presence known throughout the  
Kennels and the household, were those big hearted, little
dogs, then known as Miniature Fox Terriers.  Not even half
the  size of the Australian Working Dogs bred in the
Dajackie Kennels, these feisty little Foxies undoubtedly ruled
the roost with a "paw" of iron, spent their days keeping the
working dog puppies in line and ridding the farm sheds,
kennel, stables and homestead of rats and mice.  At night
they could be found peacefully curled up on or in the
children's beds.

IT IS THESE FABULOUS LITTLE DOGS, NOW KNOWN AS
THE MINI FOXIE, THAT WE ARE VERY PROUD AND
HUMBLE TO PRESENT TO YOU NOW.  
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My first Mini Foxie 1951
Tinker
1950
Mini Foxie
Gypsy,1953
Mini Foxie Patch 1954
Patch 1969
1964
2007
With Mitch and Davmac Chloe 2007
A dear old favourite at 18 years
All enquiries to Mrs Jackie Davis, Dajackie Mini Foxies
email:
sivadj7@gmail.com
phone: 02-6368-3419 or 02-8004-8496 (in Australia)
phone: 61-2-6368-3419 61-2-8004-8496 (from overseas)
2008
2008
2007
"The Big Hearted Little Aussie Dog"
ALSO BREEDING PURE AUSTRALIAN DINGOES TO SAVE THEM  FROM EXTINCTION
About Us
My association with the Mini Foxie began in 1950, when as a child
I was given my first Miniature Fox Terrier.  I emigrated with my
parents to Australia in 1950, from South Wales in the United
Kingdom and was really missing my dog who had to go and live
with my uncle, when we came to Australia, so my mum and dad
gave me a lively little bundle of a puppy for my birthday in 1950.   
That was my first introduction to the little dog with the biggest
heart - the Miniature Fox Terrier.

Since then, there has been almost constant ownership of the little
dogs in my family, and life would just not be the same without
them.

A number of years later I became a proud member of the Mini
Foxie Club of Australia Inc.
(formerly known as the Miniature Fox
Terrier Club of Australia) which is an independent Breed Club
dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the Miniature
Fox Terrier (Mini Foxie).

This very active club had been formed by like minded people on
the 20th July 1986, when several prominent breeders met at
Warwick Farm, Sydney, NSW and formed the Miniature Fox
Terrier Club of Australia.
 Later, the club drafted a Constitution
and wrote a Breed Standard with the assistance of members of
the Royal New South Wales Canine Council.  The Mini Foxie Club
had been around quite a while before I joined, but I have always
been passionate about the little dogs and the future of the
breed.  I think the Mini Foxie just has to be the very best, family
dog that there is.  Whilst only a small dog they are often
referred to as "a big dog in little dog's clothing", such is their
courage and tenacity.  It was my late husband and I that began
breeding dogs in 1960 - now it is my grandson Mitchell who lives
with me, and backs me up and encourages me to go on breeding
these wonderful little dogs on our property near Bathurst, in the
Central West of New South Wales.

Visitors are always welcome, by appointment and we are pleased
to answer any general enquiries about Mini Foxies, and what we
might have for sale