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Jack Russell products have made the proud owners of these tenacious little terriers wear their pride like a badge of honor. Dkrainwater.com has come out with a complete line of Jack Russell Terrier products that can match the taste of any owner of this breed.

Jack Russell Terrier puppies are full of energy and have bold personalities. These absolutely adorable puppies require a double portion of attention! 50% cotton/50% polyester 8.0 ounce, Double-needle stitched collar and armholes. Rib cuffs and waistband. Set-in sleeves. Dog print on the front. You can find this shirt and many other Jack Russell Products at http://dkrainwater.com/

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Jack Russell products have made the proud owners of these tenacious little terriers wear their pride like a badge of honor. Dkrainwater.com has come out with a complete line of Jack Russell Terrier products that can match the taste of any owner of this breed.

Jack Russell Terrier puppies are full of energy and have bold personalities. These absolutely adorable puppies require a double portion of attention! Jack Russell Tewrrier dog watch are great editions to your Jack Russell collection. With a Gold Tone case -ladies size of 1. inch dial. Size suitable for ladies and children 1 incdial. Black leather band. Quartz movement.Five Year Limited warranty.

  • You can find this watch and many other Jack Russell Products at http://dkrainwater.com/
  • Jack Russell products have made the proud owners of these tenacious little terriers wear their pride like a badge of honor. Dkrainwater.com has come out with a complete line of Jack Russell Terrier products that can match the taste of any owner of this breed.

    Jack Russell Terrier puppies are full of energy and have bold personalities. These absolutely adorable puppies require a double portion of attention!

  • Jack Russell is made of super-soft kohair “fur”
  • Animal measures 9″ from front paws to tip of tail
  • Machine Washable
  • You can find this toy and many other Jack Russell Products at http://dkrainwater.com/

    Jack Russell products have made the proud owners of these tenacious little terriers wear their pride like a badge of honor. Dkrainwater.com has come out with a complete line of Jack Russell Terrier products that can match the taste of any owner of this breed.

    Jack Russell Terrier puppies are full of energy and have bold personalities. These absolutely adorable puppies require a double portion of attention! Curious and darling Jack Russell puppies romp throughout this playfully photographed 2009 wall calendar

    You can find this calendar and many other Jack Russell Products at http://dkrainwater.com/

    Jack Russell products have made the proud owners of these tenacious little terriers wear their pride like a badge of honor. Dkrainwater.com has come out with a complete line of Jack Russell Terrier products that can match the taste of any owner of this breed.

    The newest product is Jack Russell Terrier Plush Toys. These adorable Jack Russell stuffed toys are made for children 18 months and up and is machine washable.

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 3.5 x 7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • You can find this toy and many other Jack Russell Products at dkrainwater.com

    Available at dkrainwater.com

    Available at dkrainwater.com

    Jack Russell products have made the proud owners of these tenacious little terriers wear their pride like a badge of honor. Dkrainwater.com has come out with a complete line of Jack Russell Terrier products that can match the taste of any owner of this breed.

    The newest product is Jack Russell Terrier socks. These fashionalble socks are white foldover cuff sock Fits adult sizes 9 to 11 made of 80% Cotton/20% Rayon; conforms to the foot; woof printed on the side of the sock; gift boxed. On the ankle portion of the sock is three pictures of Jack Russell Terriers. These make a great gift for your self or a loved one that has a Jack Russell

    When you bring that new Jack Russell home allow him to mouth, chew, and yes even destroy his toys. That is the reason dog toys were created. If you don’t like spending money on them you should have considered that factor before getting a dog. If you are still worried about the expense, buy cheaper toys. He will kill these toys that are why it’s fun. Allow him to mouth cold, wet, or frozen towels especially in the teething stages. Allow him to mouth his canine playmates. Remember that mouthing is okay, biting is different. Mouthing should not hurt the other animal, should not draw blood, and should not be done by your dog in a way in which he appears angry or snarling.

    When he mouths things that are unacceptable there are different methods you can try such as spraying bitter apple or dishwashing soap mixed with water onto the objects he is chewing (and also on your arms and hands, if he is mouthing you). He’s not stupid, if it tastes bad and he learns that it consistently tastes bad, soon he’ll have no desire to have it in his mouth. Provide a substitute activity such as handing him a chew toy that he may mouth and then playing with him. Playtime should be used as a reward for mouthing and chewing the appropriate items.

    If your dog communicates with you by growling in your presence you may need to work on building up trust with the animal. Teach him by showing that nothing bad happens when you gently roll him on his back. As a matter of fact, when he rolls on his back, give him little pieces of dried liver treats or small dog biscuits. Act happy and pleasant when he behaves appropriately with you. When he growls scrunch up your face and snarl. Dogs read our bodies much better than they understand our words.

    Kellie Rainwater loves her Jack Russell Terrier, Trixie, so much that she co-authored the book, “The Jack Russell Terrier: Canine Companion or Demon Dog.” You can find this book and other Jack Russell toys, jewelry, and merchandise that is branded with the face of this tenacious canine at http://www.dkrainwater.com

    There are a number of things that can be done in order to prevent your Jack Russell Terrier form becoming a negatively aggressive danger to you and the people in your home. The biggest item to do is lower your expectations. The dog is not going to be perpetually silent, sit perfectly straight and upright in a chair and have afternoon tea with you. He’s a dog, let him be a dog. One of the biggest causes of grief for owners is trying to impose some type of human standard of manners onto your dog.

    Your dog is going to chew. If he’s a puppy he will begin teething and chew even more. If he has nothing to chew on other than your $900 Italian shoes, well, that was your fault. In order to allow your dog to explore its natural behavior and still save your home and belongings; you need to use proper training in a patient, firm and consistent manner.

    Provide objects that you dog can chew on and remind him what is appropriate for him to chew on and what is not. Be sure that you are the one consistently providing the approved chewing devices and giving the frequent reminders. An important point in training often over looked by the average pet owner is to train him not to chew or mouth human skin. This type of conditioning can prevent a potentially serious injury in extreme circumstances later on down the road and could save you bite marks and scratches.

    Kellie Rainwater loves her Jack Russell Terrier, Trixie, so much that she co-authored the book, “The Jack Russell Terrier: Canine Companion or Demon Dog.” You can find this book and other Jack Russell toys, jewelry, and merchandise that is branded with the face of this tenacious canine at http://www.dkrainwater.com

    It wasn’t too long ago, just a few hundred years really, that most breeds of dog would have lived in the wilderness, roamed wild, had no interest in humans, and enjoyed nothing more than chasing down and ripping apart any prey to be found. No matter what methods we use to train, those instincts will always and forever be a part of the mental make-up of your dog. Many breeds have adapted this behavior to physical play and rough housing with other dogs, playing with owners, and hunting chew toys. This type of activity is a much needed outlet for any dog, especially a Jack Russell in order to release pent up energy and stress. These dogs have adapted those hunter/killer instincts into something to do for fun without anyone getting hurt (most of the time).

    This “fun” is necessary for many breeds, especially the Jack Russell, in order to cope with the change in lifestyle and living conditions that their ancestors enjoyed. When you bring a Jack Russell into a home that demands no physical interaction, excitement, rough housing and above all physical communication, you are taking away the one tool that they have in order to deal with their unnatural surroundings; the lifestyle of being an obedient pet as opposed to a wild carnivorous beast.

    This is why physical outdoor activity is so important for a Jack Russell. The reason that he has hunted your home and ripped apart your leather jacket is because you aren’t giving him an outlet to expend his natural aggression. To him even the destruction of a sandal is a small victory and a successful hunt. When the dog is punished and scolded for this behavior they don’t understand what it is that they have done to incur your wrath. Until you had become irate with them, they were proud of their accomplishment and believed they had done a good thing.

    Kellie Rainwater loves her Jack Russell Terrier, Trixie, so much that she co-authored the book, “The Jack Russell Terrier: Canine Companion or Demon Dog.” You can find this book and other Jack Russell toys, jewelry, and merchandise that is branded with the face of this tenacious canine at http://www.dkrainwater.com

    In the dog world, aggression is a very dirty word. This is something that many dog owners, even professional breeders not only come into contact with, but conflict on. In a nutshell most forms of aggression are one of the most natural traits and instincts that have been bred into your dog, and they will occur, its nature. However, this same instinct has been used as an excuse to surrender, abandon even euthanize, thousands of dogs if not more. Dogs have existed for thousands of years with their only tools of communication between each other to be biting and growling. Many inexperienced individuals often see this as aggression in the wrong situation. Dogs communicate to each other through body language. This often consists of growling as well as physical contact which includes mouthing and use of teeth. Bringing a dog into your home with the expectations of efficient training and the complete elimination of all forms of aggressive communication is almost as absurd as asking a person to become deaf and blind at will.

    Over the centuries dog owners have bred into dogs the instincts of loyalty, companionship, and the enjoyment of being petted, touched, or even snuggling with humans. This is not a natural condition for any species of animal, but has been collectively imprinted upon the dog psyche and passed along from their ancestors. Of course being the descendant of a sociable dog doesn’t mean that a dog will be equally sociable. Any dog must have firm training, supervision and discipline in order to be compatible with any human family.

    Kellie Rainwater loves her Jack Russell Terrier, Trixie, so much that she co-authored the book, “The Jack Russell Terrier: Canine Companion or Demon Dog.” You can find this book and other Jack Russell toys, jewelry, and merchandise that is branded with the face of this tenacious canine at http://www.dkrainwater.com