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    Jack Russel Terrier

    Recommended harness size
    Dog walking harness size: Mini-mini

    Heigth: 25-38 cm

    Weight: 6.4-8.2 kg

    Lifespan: 13-16 years

    SKU: jack-russel-terrier

     

     

     

     

    Dog walking harness for Jack Russel Terrier

    Julius-K9 Jack Russel Terrier

    Source: http://www.jackies.de/jackpor/index.php?topic=7789.0

    Dog information

    • small terrier
    • principally white-bodied
    • flexible body

    Dog characteristics

    • stubborn
    • fearless
    • intelligent
    • vocal

    Jack Russel Terrier dog names

    • Bailey
    • Max
    • Bud
    • Jacke

    Overview - Jack Russel Terrier

    The Jack Russell Terrier, also sometimes called the Working Russell Terrier, the Working Jack Russell Terrier, the Jack and the JRT, is a lively little dog named after its originator, the Reverend John (Jack) Russell, who was an English parson in the 19th century. Jack Russell Terriers were bred to accompany the hunt and go to ground to bolt fox. Ultimately, they were bred for temperament and ability rather than consistency in type. An interesting fact about this breed is that a Jack Russell Terrier is the only dog ever to have set paws on both the North and the South Poles. Explorers Sir Ranulph Fiennes and his wife, Ginnie, apparently took their JRT, Bothie, on both of their transglobal expeditions from 1979 to 1982. Jack Russell Terriers are best known for their intense curiosity, extreme intelligence and endlessly entertaining personality. The Jack Russell Terrier is not recognized by or eligible for registration with the English or American Kennel Clubs.

    History of Jack Russel Terrier

    The Jack Russell Terrier was developed in Devonshire, England, in the early 1800’s. In 1819, a young John (Jack) Russell was wandering the Oxford University campus shortly before he was to sit for an examination for which he apparently was ill-prepared. He came across a milkman accompanied by an unusual, but adorable, terrier bitch. Russell found her so delightful that he bought her on the spot and named her “Trump.” Trump became the foundation for the Jack Russell Terrier breed. Based upon her appearance (which was similar to a Wire Fox Terrier but with shorter legs and a wider skull), Trump is thought to have been a cross between a Black-and-Tan Terrier and a Fox Terrier.

    For more information please visit http://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Breeds/Jack-Russell-Terrier/Personality.aspx

    Related dog breeds: PugDoxleBoston TerrierWest Highland WhiteBorder TerrierPomeranianFrench BulldogDachshundMiniature SchnauzerHavaneseCairn TerrierLhasa ApsoPekingeseJack Russell Terrier, Schipperke, Japanise SpitzBolognese Dog

    Products specifications
    Dog Harness Size Mini-mini
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    Dog walking harness for Jack Russel Terrier

    Julius-K9 Jack Russel Terrier

    Source: http://www.jackies.de/jackpor/index.php?topic=7789.0

    Dog information

    • small terrier
    • principally white-bodied
    • flexible body

    Dog characteristics

    • stubborn
    • fearless
    • intelligent
    • vocal

    Jack Russel Terrier dog names

    • Bailey
    • Max
    • Bud
    • Jacke

    Overview - Jack Russel Terrier

    The Jack Russell Terrier, also sometimes called the Working Russell Terrier, the Working Jack Russell Terrier, the Jack and the JRT, is a lively little dog named after its originator, the Reverend John (Jack) Russell, who was an English parson in the 19th century. Jack Russell Terriers were bred to accompany the hunt and go to ground to bolt fox. Ultimately, they were bred for temperament and ability rather than consistency in type. An interesting fact about this breed is that a Jack Russell Terrier is the only dog ever to have set paws on both the North and the South Poles. Explorers Sir Ranulph Fiennes and his wife, Ginnie, apparently took their JRT, Bothie, on both of their transglobal expeditions from 1979 to 1982. Jack Russell Terriers are best known for their intense curiosity, extreme intelligence and endlessly entertaining personality. The Jack Russell Terrier is not recognized by or eligible for registration with the English or American Kennel Clubs.

    History of Jack Russel Terrier

    The Jack Russell Terrier was developed in Devonshire, England, in the early 1800’s. In 1819, a young John (Jack) Russell was wandering the Oxford University campus shortly before he was to sit for an examination for which he apparently was ill-prepared. He came across a milkman accompanied by an unusual, but adorable, terrier bitch. Russell found her so delightful that he bought her on the spot and named her “Trump.” Trump became the foundation for the Jack Russell Terrier breed. Based upon her appearance (which was similar to a Wire Fox Terrier but with shorter legs and a wider skull), Trump is thought to have been a cross between a Black-and-Tan Terrier and a Fox Terrier.

    For more information please visit http://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Breeds/Jack-Russell-Terrier/Personality.aspx

    Related dog breeds: PugDoxleBoston TerrierWest Highland WhiteBorder TerrierPomeranianFrench BulldogDachshundMiniature SchnauzerHavaneseCairn TerrierLhasa ApsoPekingeseJack Russell Terrier, Schipperke, Japanise SpitzBolognese Dog

    Products specifications
    Dog Harness Size Mini-mini