Jack Russell Terrier Breed Information

Jack Russell Terrier
Showdog.com Breed Since Sunday, June 01, 2003
Breeders Dogs Entries Litter Size Lifespan* National
20 336 408 5.0 15 3

Schedule of Points

Sex 1 2 3 4 5
Dogs 2 3 4 5 6
Bitches 2 3 4 5 6

Top Kennels in Breed

Rank Username Contact Last Visit
1 Myatt Jack Russells send a message to Myatt Jack Russellssend message 1 hour ago
2 Ruby Bloom Kennel send a message to Ruby Bloom Kennelsend message 11 hours ago
3 Mountain High send a message to Mountain Highsend message 8 hours ago
4 Pearl City send a message to Pearl Citysend message Not Listed
5 Halcyon Design send a message to Halcyon Designsend message 29 minutes ago
6 MOON Light send a message to MOON  Lightsend message 10 hours ago
7 KitRussell send a message to KitRussellsend message 1 month ago
8 Ultimate Terriers send a message to Ultimate Terrierssend message 1 month ago

Breed Scale of Points

Trait Importance
Head 10
Forequarter 5
Hindquarter 5
Gait 15
Top Neck and Back 20
Coat 10
Size 10
Feet 5
General 20
Breed Colors
Black and White Broken Coat 10%
Black and White Rough Coat 5%
Black and White Smooth Coat 5%
Brown and White Broken Coat 5%
Brown and White Rough Coat 3%
Brown and White Smooth Coat 3%
Grizzle and White Broken Coat 0.00
Grizzle and White Rough Coat 0.00
Grizzle and White Smooth Coat 0.00
Lemon and White Broken Coat 3%
Lemon and White Rough Coat 1%
Lemon and White Smooth Coat 1%
Tan and White Broken Coat 13%
Tan and White Rough Coat 6%
Tan and White Smooth Coat 6%
Tri-Color Broken Coat 12%
Tri-Color Rough Coat 6%
Tri-Color Smooth Coat 6%
White Broken Coat 8%
White Rough Coat 4%
White Smooth Coat 4%
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Lifespan
Lifespan refers to the earliest age (in months) that Jack Russell Terrier dogs can die on Showdog.com
"General" Factor
The "General" factor takes into account such things as show shine and temperament in addition to the other genetic traits.
Did you know?
A specialty show is a dog show which reviews a single breed, unlike other dog shows, particularly conformation shows, which are generally referred to as "all-breed" because they are open to all breeds recognized by the sponsoring kennel club.