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We breed exclusively Jack Russell terriers. With us, 3-4 times a year, you can find pure-bred 7puppies of high quality from small-bodied, muscular parents, weighing 5-7 kg and 25-27 cm high. Social and brought-up in the countryside with love and daily care. We're proud that our puppies haven't experienced pain or fear.  »

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Jack Russell terrier history

The Jack Russell Terrier is a small, principally white-bodied, smooth, broken or rough-coated terrier. They were first bred by an English clergyman in the 19th century, as working terriers to flush foxes out of their dens, so that the foxes could be hunted. The name "Jack Russell" has been used over the years to describe a wide array of small white terriers, but now after a drawn out legal battle the Jack Russell Terrier Club of America (JRTCA) and its affiliates have won the exclusive rights to use the name Jack Russell Terrier in the USA to describe their particular variant of the dog.Jack Russells are sturdy and tough, measuring between 10" and 15" at the shoulder. The body length must be in proportion to the height, and the dog should present a compact, balanced image. Predominantly white in coloration (more than 51%) with black and/or tan markings,they exhibit a smooth, broken or rough coat. »

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Pure bred, small-bodied puppies. From small-bodied parents, which weigh 5-7kg and are 25-27 cm tall. Clever and playful, they can be educated easily. They are easily adapted to all conditions and are very good companions, especially for families with children. Available puppies in a lot of colour combinations: tricolore, masks, patches in black or brown, pirates and very rare with a grey mask. The puppies are given healthy, checked from a veterinarian,  with the first vaccine, a  health book and a chip.  We are proud that our puppies haven't experienced pain or fear. If you are interested, you can see the parents. We provide you with advice and support, so that your new puppy adjusts easily and quickly to its new home. »