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“We absolutely love our Jack Russell Terrier, Xenos (formerly Keaton)! He was born 26 Aug 2017. He is soooo smart with lots of energy. He has made new friends at the day care and has learned two sit and is almost potty trained only a few accidents. The breeder was quite efficient and the process to adopt was pretty easy.” – Jackie Faison

  • Breed: Jack Russell
  • Group: Purebred
  • Height: 12-14"
  • Weight: 13-17 lbs
  • HypoAllergenic: No
  • Coat: Dense, double coat
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Our Jack Russell Terrier puppies for sale are friendly, intelligent companions with boundless energy! Bred for hunting fox alongside hounds, this classic Terrier is a hard worker and has strong hunting instincts. He can learn countless tricks and excels at agility and flyball courses! Browse our Jack Russell Terrier puppies for sale, and bring home your new best friend for life!

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Jack Russell Terriers have strong hunting instincts and are athletic and alert! Jack Russell Terriers make loyal, intelligent companions when given proper training and sufficient exercise. If you are an experienced dog owner with lots of time for attention and training, a Jack Russell might be just the dog for you!

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Confident and Friendly: The Jack Russell Terrier, or Russell Terrier, has a confident, fearless personality, which is communicated even in how they carry themselves! JRTs are also known for their friendliness.

Alert:
Bred for hunting fox alongside hounds, this breed has bright, intelligent eyes, ready ears, and a nose that really trace scent!

High Energy and Hard Working:
Did you know a Jack Russell Terrier can jump up to five feet high?! A Jack Russell will not be content with a stroll through the park. They need a full-time job to keep them happy. Russell Terriers make excellent jogging companions and do well in competitive sports.

Intelligent and trainable:
Jack Russells can learn many commands, tricks, and tasks; in fact, they thrive when they are kept busy!

For Experienced Dog Owners:
Jack Russells require firmness and consistency in training. Their strong hunting instinct means they were born to run, chase other animals, dig, and bark. You cannot train the hunting instinct out of this dog, but you can channel his instincts and energy towards positive work! JRTs make loyal, intelligent companions when given sufficient training and exercise. If you are an experienced dog owner with lots of time for attention and training, a Jack Russell might be right for you!

 You don’t have to dive very deep into the Jack Russell Terrier world to start hearing about the “Parson Russell Terrier.” What is the Parson Russell Terrier? And is it the same thing as a Jack Russell Terrier? 

Jack Russell Terriers and Parson Terriers have the same heritage – bred in England by Reverend John Russell (called “Jack” by his friends) for fox hunting in the mid-1800s. In the 1930s, Jack Russells became quite popular in America, and several breed clubs formed, including The Jack Russell Terrier Club of America and The Jack Russell Association of America. 

The Jack Russell Terrier Club of America is an independent registry and views the JRT purely as a hunting dog – not for the show ring. 

The Jack Russell Terrier Association of America chose to become registered with AKC. To differentiate this registry from the JRT Club of America, AKC changed the name to “Parson Russell Terriers.” 

Some sources say these are the same breed or very similar. AKC lists them as two different breeds. 

Today, the Jack Russell Terrier ranks number 82 of 192 breeds registered with AKC.

Jack Russell Terriers are 9-15 pounds and 10-12 inches in height.

Jack Russell Terriers are expected to live 12-14 years.

Jack Russell Terriers have a muscular, rectangular body packed with personality and energy! They have bright, inquisitive eyes and v-shaped ears.

They are usually primarily white with chestnut and black markings.

Jack Russell Terriers have three types of coats: smooth, broken, and rough. 

Smooth-coated Jack Russells don’t require much care at all. A wipe down with a damp cloth and hound glove should keep their coat healthy! 

Broken and rough-coated Russells also are easy to care for! They will need weekly brushing occasional baths. 

Regular nail trimmings and teeth brushing are also important to the health of your Terrier.

Jack Russell Terriers are generally a healthy breed, but there are a few things their owners should know.

First, even though they are small, they have a lot of energy that needs to be burned off with activity and exercise. Plan on giving your Russell Terrier dog a minimum of 30-45 minutes of vigorous exercise every day.

Here are some conditions that JRT are susceptible to:

  • Patella Luxation, or slipping kneecaps, is a condition that is common in small dogs. Although it is present at birth, the misalignment doesn’t occur until later. Watch for limping, lameness, an abnormal gait, or hopping.
  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease is when the ball and socket joint in the hip is misformed or begins to degenerate. This is common in dogs under 20 pounds. Again, watch for limping and lameness in your JRT.
  • Deafness can occur in dogs with white coats. Ask your breeder if your puppy has had a BAER test (hearing test).
  • Glaucoma eventually leads to blindness. AKC.org recommends an Ophthalmologist Evaluation.

Like all dog breeds, they are susceptible to hip and elbow dysplasia, two of the most common health issues among dogs. Hip and elbow dysplasia occurs when the leg or hip becomes weakened, and it can result in arthritis or potential lameness if not addressed.

One of the best ways to prevent this is by keeping your dog from too much running on hard surfaces, especially when they are puppies.

Allergens are caused by dander, which is dead skin cells.  Both animals and humans shed these dead skin cells. Dander is attached to the hair that animals shed. 

Jack Russell Terriers are not hypo-allergenic. They have short coats with occasional shedding, and allergens can be kept minimal with regular brushing and bathing. However, if you or someone in your home has animal allergy concerns, please consult your family physician before adopting a puppy.