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BREEDING?

We breed Jack Russells with personality with emphasis
on type and temperament in a family enviroment.
We are a small stud breeding a few litters per year.


LOOKING FOR A PUPPY?

All our dogs are raised in a home environment with
exposure to children & different situations, so if you want a well
adjusted pup for showing or a family pet please contact me
and have a chat and we can team you up with
a trublumate just right fo you. Please read the 
information below before applying for a Trublumate.
The Puppy Application Form can be found here. 



LOOKING FOR A STUD DOG?

Champion stud dogs available to approved bitches


WHAT IS THE LIMITED REGISTER?

Please check out the link for further information on
'limited register'


 
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DO YOU HAVE GENERAL QUESTIONS
ABOUT THE
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER



DESCRIPTION

The Jack Russell Terrier is a small, game hardy-looking terrier,
possessed with no small amount of self esteem.
Originally bred for hunting small vermin Jack Russell
is now primarily a companion dog but he
still retains his hunting instincts.
A self assured little dog with lots of attitude the
Jack Russell is happy to either accompany you on a 10k ramble
or spend the day lying at the foot of your bed if you don’t feel well
…but whatever, his most important need is your company.


DO THEY REQUIRE ALOT OF GROOMING?

This is dependent upon the coat type you intend to purchase.
Smooth Coats require little to no grooming with just the occassional brush.
If you wish to own a Broken or Rough Coat there is some more grooming involved.
For the pet owner this means brushing out two to three times a week to remove
excess undercoat to stop it matting and tangling between trips to the
dog groomer. The Broken & Rough Coat JRT's shed very little hair
in the house like other short haired breeds or the Smooth Coat JRT.
Being a “white” breed they require an occasional bath, however too
much bathing can strip the oil from their coat and make it dry so a bath
not more than every two to three weeks is best.


HOW MUCH EXERCISE DO THEY REQUIRE?

They are quite an active little breed and given the chance they love to go
for a brisk walk around the block or run through the paddocks.
Due to their spontaneous nature they need to be on a lead at all
times where there is any possibility of cars or other danger.


HOW OBEDIENT ARE THEY?

While they can be taught manners and basic obedience they are not
always the most obedient of dogs and like to do things in their own time.
The need for a well fenced area at home and a leash out in public is essential.


ARE THEY GOOD WITH CHILDREN?

Yes, but the children should be at least school age or older.
Younger children require constant supervision with the puppy.
As long as the children are respectful and non abusive to the dog
they can be great companions. If the dog can not cope with a
situation it is likely to remove itself but if chased after or
cornered they may nip.
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