intelligence, it?s no wonder Jack Russell Terriers have
become a favorite for television ads and Hollywood films.
Performing comes naturally to Jack Russell Terriers (JRTs for
short). They love to show off their strange and quirky
personalities, and they have more than their share of fun while
entertaining you and themselves.
Despite their winsome ways, Jack Russell Terriers aren?t
for everyone. It takes time, patience, and an unmistakable sense of
humor to tolerate their endless antics and tireless energy. For
thousands of dog owners across the country, however, no other breed
is worth considering. Jack Russell Terriers For Dummies is
the guide for you if
You're thinking of owning a Jack Russell Terrier
You just brought a new puppy home
You are curious about this popular breed
You already own a JRT and want to know more about its
Jack Russell Terriers For Dummies shows you how to cope
with the breed's high energy levels and odd but common behaviors.
You'll become acquainted with the breed standard and look at common
faults. This book also covers the following topics and more:
Distinguishing between a pet dog and a show dog
Deciding if a puppy or an adult dog is best for you
Puppy-proofing your house
Understanding guidelines for obedience training and agility
Dealing with behavioral problems such as separation anxiety,
aggression, and barking
Finding a great veterinarian
Knowing how to care for your pet: Health, grooming,
Dealing with health concerns specific to JRTs
Jack Russell Terriers are cute, charming, and very smart.
They're a big dog in a little dog?s body and are fun,
fearless, and funny to be around. Remember, however, that they also
are pushy, extremely active, and have a voracious appetite for
attention. Jack Russell Terriers For Dummies will help you
make sure you?re making a well-educated, conscious choice to
purchase one of these little white tornadoes and to give you the
knowledge to keep your sanity after the decision has been made.