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The Jack Russell Terrier is a smart and high spirited dog, known to be relatively healthy. Learn more about this dog's health and nutritional needs here.
Some dogs are more compatible with Jack Russell terriers than others. Learn more at PetCareRx.
The Jack Russell Terrier has a double coat that needs to be taken care of on a regular basis. Learn to take care of this special coat to keep your Jack Russel Terrier happy and healthy.
Jack Russell Terriers are smart, high-energy dogs that enjoy a good game of fetch. Teaching your puppy to play this simple game will provide hours of endless fun for you and your best friend.
Jack Russell Terriers are high energy dogs, so they need a diet program that packs a punch. Learn the ins and outs of feeding your Jack Russell here.
If you thought that the terrier was a single dog breed, you're in for a pleasant surprise -- there are many types! Learn about the different terriers and how each breed is unique.
The United Kennel Club recognizes over 300 dog breeds and varieties. Find out which ones they recognize, some of which you may not have heard of before!
If you're tired of shelling out dollars for a groomer to give your dog a bath and a trim, and are considering the DIY route, first get informed about what your specific dog will need.
A liver shunt is caused when blood flow bypasses the liver entirely. Find out what causes liver shunts in dogs and cats and what you can do to help your pet.
How can you protect your dog from hearing loss? The first step is to understand the leading causes of deafness in canines.
Patellar luxation in dogs is a common problem amongst the tinier breeds. Essentially a fancy term for a trick knee, this condition can crop up out of the blue, causing your dog to limp and yowl.
Are you wondering what the usual life expectancy of your dog is? Lifespan for dogs varies from breed to breed. Find out what the average lifespan of your dog is here.
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