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Jack Russell Terriers for Dummies(r) (For Dummies)by Deborah Britt-hay
Synopses & Reviews
With their spunky personalities, endless energy, and remarkable intelligence, it’s no wonder Jack Russell Terriers have become a favorite for television ads and Hollywood films. Performing comes naturally to Jack Russell Terriers (JRTs for short). They love to show off their strange and quirky personalities, and they have more than their share of fun while entertaining you and themselves.
Despite their winsome ways, Jack Russell Terriers aren’t for everyone. It takes time, patience, and an unmistakable sense of humor to tolerate their endless antics and tireless energy. For thousands of dog owners across the country, however, no other breed is worth considering. Jack Russell Terriers For Dummies is the guide for you if
Jack Russell Terriers For Dummies shows you how to cope with the breed's high energy levels and odd but common behaviors. You'll become acquainted with the breed standard and look at common faults. This book also covers the following topics and more:
Jack Russell Terriers are cute, charming, and very smart. They're a big dog in a little dog’s body and are fun, fearless, and funny to be around. Remember, however, that they also are pushy, extremely active, and have a voracious appetite for attention. Jack Russell Terriers For Dummies will help you make sure you’re making a well-educated, conscious choice to purchase one of these little white tornadoes and to give you the knowledge to keep your sanity after the decision has been made.
This informative guide takes readers through the paces of the popular breed that provides comic relief on "Frasier" and in movies such as "My Dog Skip". Readers explore the highlights of owning and caring for this fearless, pint-sized powerhouse. 8-page color insert. Photos & illustrations.
Explores the history, housetraining, exercise, feeding, first aid, grooming, training, and basic health tips related to Jack Russell terriers.
Find out about your Jack Russell Terrier's special needs
Get the lowdown on keeping your Jack Russell Terrier happy and healthy Sharing your life with a Jack Russell Terrier can be a challenge. This fun and friendly book gives you expert advice on the Jack Russell temperament, whether this energetic breed fits your lifestyle, how to train your dog to be a well-mannered companion, and much more.
Discover how to: Choose the right Jack Russell for you Maintain your dog's good health Feed your JRT properly Exercise and entertain your Jack Russell Handle behavior problems
The Dummies Way Explanations in plain English "Get in, get out" information Icons and other navigational aids Tear-out cheat sheet Top ten lists A dash of humor and fun
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About the Author
Deborah Britt-Hay has been breeding and training Jack Russell Terriers for nine years. She finds that her dogs make great companions for her family and her horses.
Table of Contents
PART I: Personality Plus! The Basics on Jack Terriers.
Chapter 1: What's a JRT's Temperament Really Like?
Chapter 2: The Telltale Signs of a Jack Russell Terrier.
Chapter 3: A Day in the Life of a JRT.
PART II: It's All in the Details: Tips for Making a Perfect Match.
Chapter 4: Knowing What You Want in a JRT.
Chapter 5: Finding Your Soulmate.
PART III: Setting Out the Welcome Mat.
Chapter 6: Dog-Proofing Your Home.
Chapter 7: House-training Your Jack Russell.
Chapter 8: Obedience Training Your JRT.
Chapter 9: Dealing with Behavioral Problems and Concerns.
PART IV: Creating a Healthy Lifestyle.
Chapter 10: Keeping Your JRT Safe and Sound.
Chapter 11: Feeding Your JRT.
Chapter 12: Exercising Your Jack Russell.
Chapter 13: Grooming Your Jack Terrier.
Chapter 14: Competing in Trials.
Chapter 15: Dealing with Special Concerns.
PART V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Things to Know about the JRTCA and the AKC.
Chapter 17: Ten Ways to Take a Vacation.
Chapter 18: Ten Great Web Sites to Visit.
Appendix: Recommended Reading and Resources.
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