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Jack Russell Terriers and Children

Jack Russell Terriers and children

Having a toddler in the house is a big challenge not only for us humans, but also for all four legged members of our household. You must make sure that both you and your pets are as prepared as you can be for the big changes in your life and home that are inevitable with a little one (or ones) …

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Dog Frisbee – a Great Outdoor Game

Dog frisbee

This highly energetic, awesomely fun sport is a favorite pastime of many dog-parents and their four legged companions. It’s one of the best ways to exercise and have some fun in the sun for the both of you. Catching and throwing a flying disc is a skill that must be gradually learned and practiced by both you and your pet …

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10 Best Dog Books Every Dog Owner Should Read

best dog books

Communication is the key to everyday life. Our ability to transfer thought and meaning through different means – language, writing, signs, etc. is the basis of our survival. The same applies to your life with a four legged companion. You don’t speak the same language, you even aren’t the same species yet with some careful observation and patience you can …

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Jack Russell Terrier – The Hunting Dog

Jack Russell Terrier - the hunting dog

Although my darling Jack Russell Kala is above all my trusty companion, life partner and a house pet without any real experience in hunting (just like me) I still observe a lot of her hunting instincts in everyday life. I’ve come to understand that that’s just how Jack Russell Terriers are by nature. For that reason I decided to write …

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How to Stop Your Jack Russell Terrier Pulling on The Lead

Pulling on The Lead

We all know that feeling when our furry companions try to pull our hands out of their sockets trying to go their own way without any heed for our plans (or feelings for that matter). Even with a small breed like Jack Russell’s, they are small but mighty and can pull with more power than one could expect. Pulling on …

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7 Backyard Pool Dog Rules You Should Think About

Dog pool rules

As the days get shorter and the temperature slowly starts to drop, it’s starting to get too cold to swim but luckily our southern hemisphere friends are approaching summer and are looking forward spending time next to the backyard swimming pools. As we’re preparing our coats and waterproof boots, we’d like to remind those lucky ones on few tips and …

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How To Bond With Your Dog

How To Bond With Your Dog

When you bring your dog home, there’s a lot of things to think about. You have to make sure you train you dog properly, feed him the right food, potty train him, etc. There is just so much that sometimes it can be easier than you think to forget about one of the most important things: bonding with your dog! …

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Tips For Running With Your Jack Terrier

running with your dog

Are you a runner? Are you a dog lover? Are you looking for a way to improve your fitness and/or your dog’s fitness? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, you’ll be happy to know that this article is the perfect place to stop in for some friendly advice on running with your Jack Russell Terrier. …

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How And When To Start Training Your JRT Puppy

training your puppy

When you bring a puppy home, it’s easy to get lost in all of the great parts that sometimes seem to overshadow the harder bits that are coming. It’s normal, of course, because we think he’s so cute and such a good puppy, but having a puppy in our lives is actually a lot of work. This is mostly because …

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Tips For Everyday Driving With Your Dog

Everyday Driving With Your Dog

If you’re like most people, your dog is an important part of your family, and, as some would argue, the most important member of the family. If this sounds like you, then odds are that you have driven with your dog around town before. Whether it’s running out to a dog park or just going for a drive to pick …

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