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Prey nature exceeded now

by Gary
(Oregon)

Have a 5yr old Jack that has now killed 1 cat and rooster and is suspected of killing 2nd house cat of our that he got along with. Can we have all his teeth extracted? We would like to keep him.

Thanks,Gary

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Jack Russell preying on other animals
by: James

Unfortunately many Jacks can't be trusted around other animals, even the most docile of Jacks have turned on other animals when given the chance.
I don't think extracting teeth would be fair to your Jack or really a solution because I think your Jack would find a way around it. The best thing to do would to keep your Jack away from the other animals if at all possible!!

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