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Jack Russell Terrier: Personality, Exercise, Grooming (Russell Terrier, Jack Russell)
About Jack Russell Terrier
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Jack Russell terrier
was developed by a clergyman by the name of
Jack Russell and in the 19th century. This
terrier was used to hunt small game, particularly
fox, as well as other small animals. The working
ability of the dog is very much emphasized,
and they are often seen on the English hunts.
The first terrier, Trump, is very popular
amongst breeders and is considered to be the
foundation of the Jack Russell breed. Wherever
the fox can go, so must the terrier. This
has contributed to the size and breeding of
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A General Appearance of the Dog
Jack Russell terrier is a small
and athletic dog. They have a compact body, and
slightly long legs. The chest is small and the body
is very flexible. The tail is usually docked and
is carried high. The skull is flat between the ears,
and the nose is black. The eyes are generally Almond
shaped and dark.
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Temperament of the Dog
The Jack Russell terrier is a
very loving and devoted dog. They are very loyal
to their owner and their family. They enjoy games
and playing with toys. They are generally friendly
with strangers and children who do not tease them.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
The Jack Russell will do well
outside as they enjoy hunting. They may learn to
climb chain-link fence and they can also jump. They
enjoy chasing and exploring. They also enjoying
barking and digging. The Jack Russell will do okay
in an apartment with sufficient exercise, as they
are very active indoors and require a lot of attention.
They do best in an average sized
yard. Jack Russell's have been known to jump a 5
feet. A Jack Russell should not be left unattended
in the home and are best to be crate trained.
Are they suited to homes
They are good with children, who
do not tease them. They should not be left unsupervised
with children, as dogs may become aggressive if
they are taunted. They have been known to bite children
How to take care of the
Jack Russell Terrier Puppies?
As a puppy the Jack Russell will
require lots of exercise and obedience training.
These puppies are very willful and the owner must
be very willful as well to establish themselves
as the head of the household.
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As puppies at, the Jack Russell
must be crate trained so they can be left unattended
in the home as well as housebroken. These dogs are
very strong-willed and will make a good family companion
as long as the owner is energetic and willing to
put forth the proper amount of obedience training.
The Jack Russell has many talents
including hunting, tracking, agility, and performing
tricks. They are very intelligent and will learn
tricks and commands easily. As they grow older,
their training should be emphasized so that they
remain willing and under control.
The Jack Russell terrier should
not be left off a leash, unless they are very well
trained.They love to chase and play and these behaviors
often take over any previous training when they
are not restrained.
How active is the Breed?
These dogs are very active, both
indoors and outdoors. They love to run and play.
They will do well indoors with sufficient exercise.
Owners should be prepared to get exercise as well
as they will be required to play many games either
indoors or outdoors.
The Jack Russell is very active
during every stage of its life and will require
sufficient exercise. Without sufficient exercise
they may become destructive and bored.
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Comb and brush regularly with
a stiff bristled brush. Bathe only when necessary.
Owners must strip both the rough and broken coat
if they are going to show the dog.
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The Jack Russell terrier is generally
at least 51% white, with either a reddish black,
tan, or brown markings. These markings are generally
only head and tail of the dog.
The coat on the Jack Russell may
be rough or smooth. The hair may be long on the
body with a slightly fuzzy face and smooth head.
Some Jack Russell terriers are
prone to dislocation of the knee caps, inherited
eye diseases, deafness, and Legg Perthes. Legg Perthes
is a hit joint disease common in small dogs.They
may inherit eye diseases.
4 to 8 puppies
Life Span: 15
or more years
Male14 to 18 pounds
Female 14 to 18 pounds
Male 10 to 12 inches
Female 10 to 12 inches
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Jack Russell Terrier Club of America, Jack Russell
Terrier Breeder's Association.
AKC recognized as Parsons Russell
Terrier, FCI, UKC, KCGB, NZKC, CET, ANKC, IKC, CKC,
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