About Us

About Us

Every time we breed our canines, we selectively choose our Sires & Dames Jack Russell Terriers are not for everyone. Adult supervision is advised for younger children. Should you purchase a Jack Russell Terrier, we will give you the basic knowledge of how to handle the canine.We are selective breeders. We breed two kinds of Jack Russell Terriers. Please ask us about our breeds.

We as Randvaal Jack Russell Breeders are registered with the canine registry. All our canines are vet-checked, vaccinated, de-wormed and micro-chipped.We provide all our clients with a registered birth certificate. You will receive a vaccination certificate and a sample of puppy food. Randvaal Jack Russell Breeders does not provide references unless requested by the client.

Height 25 to 38(cm)
Weight (Kg)
Lifespan (Years)
Love Given (Scale 1-10)

Frequently Asks Questions

Training a Jack Russell, like any other dog, requires patience, consistency, and positive reinforcement. Jack Russells are known for their intelligence and energy, so proper training is essential to ensure they become well-behaved and happy companions. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you train your Jack Russell

  1. Start Early: Begin training as early as possible. Puppies are more receptive to learning and adapting to new behaviors during their early developmental stages.
  2. Basic Commands: Sit: Hold a treat above your dog's head and slowly move it back. As their head goes up, their bottom will go down. Once they're sitting, give the treat and praise. Stay: Have your dog sit, then hold your hand out and say "stay." Gradually increase the time and distance before giving a reward. Come: Use a happy tone and crouch down while saying "come" in an enthusiastic manner. Reward and praise them when they come to you. Down (Lie Down): Start with your dog in a sitting position, then lower the treat to the ground while saying "down." Reward and praise them when they lie down.
  1. Managing a Jack Russell requires understanding their unique traits and needs. These energetic and intelligent dogs can be a handful, but with the right approach, you can ensure a happy and well-behaved companion. Here are some tips for managing your Jack Russell
  2. Exercise: Jack Russells are high-energy dogs that need a lot of exercise. Aim for at least an hour of physical activity each day. This can include brisk walks, playtime in a secure area, fetch, and interactive games. Mental Stimulation: Along with physical exercise, provide mental stimulation. Puzzle toys, treat-dispensing toys, and training sessions engage their minds and help prevent boredom.
  1. Grooming a Jack Russell involves regular care to keep their coat, nails, ears, and teeth in good condition. Here's a guide to the best grooming practices for Jack Russells
  2. Brushing: Jack Russells have a short, dense coat that sheds year-round. Regular brushing helps remove loose hair and distribute natural oils, promoting a healthy coat. Use a soft bristle brush or a grooming mitt a few times a week. Bathing: Bathe your Jack Russell when they get dirty or smelly. Over-bathing can strip their coat of essential oils, so aim for about once every 2 to 3 months, or as needed. Use a dog-specific shampoo to avoid skin irritation. Nail Trimming: Trim your dog's nails every 2 to 4 weeks, or as needed. Overgrown nails can be uncomfortable and affect their gait. Be cautious not to cut into the quick (the sensitive part containing blood vessels). Ear Cleaning: Check their ears regularly for dirt, wax buildup, or signs of infection. Clean their ears with a veterinarian-recommended ear cleaning solution and a cotton ball or pad. Be gentle and avoid inserting anything deep into the ear canal. Dental Care: Brush your Jack Russell's teeth regularly to prevent dental issues. Use a dog-friendly toothbrush and toothpaste. Dental chews and toys can also help maintain oral health.Consonantia, there live the blind texts

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