It is a great idea to Adopt a Jack Russell Terrier if you do not have a enough money or if you are aware of the kennels full of owner less dogs.
Puppies only stay puppies for a short while, and middle-aged dogs can be just as cute, and they crave just as much attention.
Any Dog will love to be adopted, but certain dogs will fit your profile beter. Remember, when you choose a dog, it is not just about the habits and characteristics of the certain type of dog, but also your characteristics as an owner.
You also have to take your home and the room you have for your new pet into consideration, as well as the rest of your family members.
If you want to adopt a Jack Russell Terrier you should keep the following in mind. Do you have enough space outdoors where this bundle of energy will be able to play and have fun?
Jack Russell Terriers are also comfortable indoors but they have to be able to run around and chase and dig about three times a week.
The above mentioned requirement also links to your time. Do you have enough time in your day to give attention and care to your Jack Russell Terrier?
If you have a large family you could all take turns to entertain this loyal canine. It is very important that one person in the family establishes themselves as the Pack Leader.
If you small children under the age of five years old, you should teach your children not to tease these type of dogs. They are not easily aggravated but they might get aggressive when constantly irritated.
Small children should be taught not to pull on their legs or ears and tease them. If someone in your family is very active this would be great dog to adopt because these dogs are very excited by activity.
These dogs will ensure hours of fun. Jack Russell Terriers have very unique personalities, some of them are very stubborn and others eager to please.
As an Jack Russell Owners owner myself, I can say that I have had many great experiences with our Jack Russell and I would recommend this bundle of joy to any dog lover.
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