Our Puppies Are Stars In the Making
We breed a limited number of litters and place puppies only in approved home environments. Our main concern is that puppies and owners are well matched for each other. If you are interested in a puppy or an adult dog, please take a moment and review the following information:
A suitable fenced yard is a MUST
We do not recommend that puppies be placed in families with children under the age of six.
Having a thorough understanding of terrier characteristics is a need.
No large kennel situations, please.
Jack Russell Terrier Puppies are cute and adorable, easy to place, but can quickly become a handful. Therefore, though our prices are reasonable our requirements for placement are particular. We screen our prospective owners carefully, as we want to see our puppies grow up to be happy, healthy, well behaved members of their families. A puppy returned because he didn’t ‘work out’ is difficult for the puppy and the family. We do our best not to see that happen.
Jack Russell’s vary greatly in size, coat, and personality. They have a varied background and vary within the standard. Even an experienced breeder cannot be absolutely sure of how a puppy will be when it matures.
In some cases considering adopting a mature dog may be the best choice. We guarantee the health of all puppies we place. All puppies have proper inoculations and wormings along with a report to give to your veterinarian at time of placement. They, also, have complete pedigree along with Stud Certificate so that they can be registered with the JRTCA.
Our adult terriers are BAER tested for normal hearing and CERF tested to rule out eye problems.
PLEASE NOTE ……Jack Russell Terriers are popular on the television these days in shows and commercials. Many people who want an adorable little dog just like ‘Eddie’ on the popular television show Frasier are seeking JRT’s out. Please keep in mind that these cute feisty dogs aren’t for everyone. While they are adaptable to most environments, they are still-hunting dogs. They require a tremendous amount of attention, outdoor activity, exercise, training, and an owner who understands and ACCEPTS their desire to hunt. JRT’s will chase down a fox, find the mouse in the barn, or chase after a ball until you’re worn out. Are you willing to put in the time and attention to this cute little rascal? If so, a JRT may be the pet that is just right for you.