What Wikipedia doesn’t know is that the Vietnam veteran in the iconic 1982 film was named after an animal far more menacing than Sylvester Stallone with a knife and a machine gun. “Rambo” was an 18lb Jack Russell Terrorist, Beagle, Dachsund cross. Her black floppy ears and white tips of three toes and tail did not bely the devil within.
Oh sure, she’d sniff your ear and lick your nose, but it was all a carefully calculated ploy to construct a false sense of security. Enter the room with a needle and syringe intent on vaccinating or heartworm testing, and she would draw “First Blood”. So much as think of a nail trimmer, and you would be unceremoniously dismantled, in seconds.