TIPS FOR TRAVELING WITH YOUR JRT
It is that wonderful time of year again…vacation time!!  It’s time to load up the family and see the country, go to the beach, or spend long overdue time catching up with beloved distant relatives.

GOOD AND BAD FOODS FOR YOUR JACK RUSSELL TERRIER


CANNED FOOD VS REAL FOOD FOR YOUR JRT

Because of this high energy life style, there are a few things that a JRT owner needs to know about the do's and don'ts of proper nutrition for their companion.
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JACK RUSSELL TERRIERS – THE BEST BREED OF ALL?


There’s a myriad of reasons why you may want a dog. A very easy answer would be companionship. You want a dog to help you get up and start your day, run with you on your early morning jog, play with your kids and grandkids during the day, walk with you in parks...

 


JRT NIPPING PREVENTION

We have all heard the old saying:  Its hard to teach an old dog, new tricks.

A puppy, during its developing years not only bonds with its human, it will learn its socializing and behavior traits, that it will carry well into its adulthood and beyond.  That is why...

 


HOW TO BATHE YOUR JACK RUSSELL AT HOME LIKE A PROFESSIONAL

 Grooming can often be a frustrating process for pet owners, but with a few tricks, you can turn bath time into a bonding experience between you and your best friend.

 

 

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR STUBBORN JACK RUSSELL TERRIER

Whether it’s a Jack Russell or not, terriers are notoriously difficult. They are loyal companions and always up for an adventure, but when your terrier doesn’t want to do something, he will stick resist with every thing he has. Here’s how to get your dog to obey...

 


 UNDERSTANDING YOUR JACK RUSSELL MIX-BREED

As a dog owner, one of the most frustrating challenges was understanding my dogs’ individual quirks and personalities. A lot of the behavior displayed by your dog is characteristic of your dog’s breed. If you have a mix...

 


 CHOOSING A JRT FOR A PET

You have decided you want a puppy, the kids have been begging for one for ages.  Having taken all of the breeds into consideration, you are leaning towards a JRT.  But, is the choice of a JRT for a life long family companion a good one?

 


 HEALTH CONDITIONS TO LOOK FOR IN YOUR JACK RUSSELL TERRIER

 Although the typical life span of a Jack Russell Terrier is currently 13-16 years, many have lived long and health lives past that estimate.

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