If you want to learn more about training and controlling your Jack Russell, my ebook is bound to save you hours of training trial and error and relieve a lot of stress from the process: The Jack Russell Lover's Ultimate Guide to Training comes complete with a full chapter on mix breeds.
by laura underwood
i have had my jack russel sandy for about 3years and she has been good as gold she was 11months when we got her we rescued her as she was being neglected by her old owner. we showed her affection and grew a strong bond with her, so she is now well trained. Sandy is a really affectionate dog with me she loves to be cuddled and picked up, but over the last couple of months she has got really touchy. I picked her up the other day and she snapped at my hands and growled, which she has never done before. My husband is the main target for sandy's biting he will stroke her and she will snap or he will just sit next to her and she goes for his face. We went on our honeymoon and left her with my dad for a week, while we were away she bit my dads friend when he bent down to stroke her, which ended in him having a tatanus! i dont want to get rid of sandy she is really like a best friend, but we are wanting to try for a baby but fear she will get jealous. we have got another dog which is a shih zu who she is really protective over, my partner shows a little more affection to this new dog in which i think sandy doesnt like as she sometimes forces herself onto my husband. i am really confused with her behaviour. please help