You already know a little about the breed Jack Russell Terrier, you also realize that this is unique breed with their pros and cons, and it’s not suitable for everyone who wishes it, or touched by the appearance of the dog. Before you make an impulsive decision to purchase rather expensive puppy, we encourage you to answer some questions. This must be done because neither you nor little Jack should’t have to pay for the wrong decision.
Here are the questions:
Are you aware of the special needs and the nature of the working terrier? (Many dog owners simply shocked by needs of JRT)
You realize that breed Jack Russell Terrier in the first and foremost - the hunting? (Inclinations and skills, such as digging, barking, mobility, which make him a wonderful hunter, often in the family are interpreted as bad behavior and lead to the fact that the owners give up their pet.)
You understand that the Jack Russell Terrier should have the same number of active exercises, like a dog much larger size?
Did you know that Jacks molt?
You realize that Jack Russell terrier needs a solid and persistent training? (Even a well-trained and bred dog will try to hunt down anything that caught her attention).
You understand that all behavior problems in this breed arise due to lack of activity and exercise, from lack of attention on the part of the owner?
You realize that Jack would not tolerate mistreatment, even unintentionally, by children (as you know, kids love grabbing a puppy in their arms, pull the ears and tail)?
You realize that this breed is not recommended for people who lead a calm and measured way of life, who do not like surprises, and diversity?
So, if you answered repeated "YES" to all of these questions, congratulations, you are ready to meet with Jack Russell and a remarkably intoxicating experience of your life!
Parson Russell Terrier is the first and oldest of the breed. He is the founder of all the settlements and the current known to us fox terriers. One of the favorite breeds of small dogs in the U.S. and Holland.
Let me guess what your Jack Russell is doing right now? He's probably sleeping. 12-14 hours a day approximately and so sleeping your dog. It turns out that 50% of the time the dog is asleep, 30% — awake and just lying around, and 20% — lead an active lifestyle.
Friends, let's admit some undeniable facts - your dog smells. Yes, even from yours. And we all know that. No matter how much we love our little furry friends, sometimes they manage to plunge into some nastiness, but we have nothing left to do but accept it, reluctantly. However, to make your dog look pleasant and clean, it needs to be washed from time to time.