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by Karen Jones
(Reno, NV.)

I read the question about the individual with 2 male JRTs with interest. I bought 2 females. Big mistake. The more agressive Jack attacked the less agressive one when I was around because of jealousy. They were just starting to get their hormones going at 2 months. It was a bloody mess literally. I had to sell one. Really broke my heart. So it's not just males that do this!

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Jun 27, 2011
Female Jack Russells
by: Anonymous

Hi Karen,
I'm so sorry to hear about your experience. I'm sure it was heartbreaking having to deal with the tension it cause between the two dogs as well as having to give one up. 2 Jack Females together in one house are sometimes more aggressive then 2 males. It's true that sometimes 2 Jacks are double trouble when it come to fighting and jealousy issues.

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