CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BREED
In 800, in England, Reverend Russell selected small terriers to help the fox hunt. Later in the barns will be used for hunting mice, becoming the friendly mascot of many stables. The height is 9.85/11.82 inches and the weight around 13.23 lbs. The coat has a white base and orange patches and/or black. The ears are small and V-shaped. Cheerful, bright, sweet and helpful live well at home or in the garden. Very balanced, relates with positivity with kids and other dogs. Brave and determined is a good guardian and a good athlete in disciplines such as agility. The breed was recognized in 2000 and a Jack, to be a "real" Jack Russell with features typical of the breed guaranteed, must have strictly the pedigree.