Jack-A-Ranian:Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian Mix

Hybrid Breed

Jack Russell Terrier + Pomeranian

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Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian mix - a hybrid breed.

Are you looking for a pet that is playful and cuddly in equal measure? Then you'll love the Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mix! This unique breed has inherited the best traits of both of its parents, making it the perfect companion for anyone looking for a fun-loving but affectionate pet.

What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?

This Jack Russell Terrier Pomeranian mix breed has a lean and muscular body with a short, thick coat. They usually weigh between 3-5 kg and measure 20-30 cm at the shoulder.

Alternate Name -
Origin England / Germany
Life expectancy 12 - 16 years
Care requirements low-maintenance - high-maintenance
Activity level high - low
FCI group not recognised
AKC group not recognised
KC group not recognised
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Possible character traits of Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian mix - Such is probably his nature.

There are a lot of things to love about the Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian mix breed. For one, they are extremely loyal and protective of their family and make great watchdogs. They are also energetic and very intelligent, so they are great for training and learning tricks. They need daily exercise and love to play catch and go for walks. They are also known to be incredibly loving and affectionate and get along well with children.

The Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian mix are great choices for those looking for an energetic and loving dog. They are perfect for active families or those with children and will keep you company for years.

Character

  • athletic
  • barking
  • energetic
  • fearless
  • intelligent
  • loud
  • stubborn
  • active
  • attentive
  • extrovert
  • confidently
  • temperamental
  • affable
  • playful

Usage

  • Hunting Dog
  • Companion Dog
  • Family Dog
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What diseases can occur in Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian mix.

The Jack Russell Terrier Pomeranian mix is a popular designer dog known for its small size and great personality. This energetic breed is cute and cuddly, but also has a mind of its own. Unfortunately, the Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mix is prone to some health problems.

One of the most common health problems with this breed is allergies. Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mixes can be allergic to environmental allergens such as pollen and dust, as well as food allergens. Symptoms of allergies include itchy skin, runny nose, and watery eyes. If your dog exhibits any of these symptoms, be sure to take him to the vet to rule out other possible causes and get him started on the right medication.

Another common health problem in Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mixes is patellar luxation. This condition occurs when the kneecap pops out of position. This can be painful for your dog and cause him to limp. If your dog is diagnosed with a patellar luxation, he may need surgery to correct the problem.

Finally, Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mixes are also prone to dental problems. Because of their small mouths, their teeth can become crowded and misaligned. This can lead to gum disease and tooth decay. To prevent dental problems, you should brush your dog's teeth regularly and take him to the vet for an annual cleaning.

The Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mix is prone to some health problems, but they are still a lovable breed. With proper care, they can enjoy a long and happy life.

The coat of a Jack Russell Terrier Pomeranian mix is usually short, thick and dense. The coat is often trimmed short on the face, legs and body. The most common colors are black, brown and white, but other color combinations are also possible.

Fur length short - long
Fur rough-haired - flat coated
Ear shape Tilt-ear - Standing Ears
Tail lang - rolled up
Anatomy sporty, slim, square
Size ♀ 12 - 38 cm
Weight ♀ 2 - 8 kg
Size ♂ 17 - 38 cm
Weight ♂ 2 - 9 kg
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  • Ataxia

    Ataxia (from Greek ἀταξία ataxia 'disorder' 'irregularity') is a generic term in medicine for various disorders of movement coordination. Ataxia can occur even when there is no paralysis (paresis), that is, when there is normal muscle strength.

  • Atopy

    Canine atopic dermatitis or environmental allergy is characterized by itching with scratching, biting, and rubbing of the face, paws, and belly

  • Dermatophytosis

    Dermatophytosis (synonym dermatophytosis, from ancient Greek τὸ δέρμα derma, German 'skin' and ancient Greek φυτόν phyton, German 'plant') or tinea (Latin for 'woodworm', 'moth') is a skin fungal disease caused by specific fungi (dermatophytes).

  • extreme whiteness

    May be associated with some other diseases.

  • Cataract

    Cataracts are still one of the most common causes of blindness, even in dogs.

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes

    Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (aseptic femoral head necrosis) is a growth disorder of the femoral head.

  • Dislocations

    Lenticular and patella luxation occur in some breeds and affect the eye.

  • Myelopathy

    Degenerative myelopathies of dogs are a series of slowly progressing neurological diseases associated with destruction of the spinal cord. These diseases are associated with slowly progressive movement disorders of the hindquarters.

  • Numbness

    Often occurs in old age.

  • Eye infections

    Chronic eye infections can be very painful in dogs and can be treated with medication. In rare cases, the cornea must be treated.

  • Elbow dysplasia (ED)

    Elbow joint dysplasia is a chronic disease complex of the elbow joint of fast growing dog breeds.

  • Heart disease

    Can occur frequently in dogs and can sometimes be treated with medication.

  • Hip dysplasia (HD)

    The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.

  • Patellar luxation

    Patellar luxation is the term used to describe a displacement of the kneecap, which is one of the most common causes of lameness in dogs.

  • A Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian mix is a mixed breed dog created by crossing a Jack Russell Terrier with a Pomeranian.

  • A Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mix usually exhibits the physical characteristics of both parent breeds, including the short coat of a Jack Russell Terrier and the small size of a Pomeranian.

  • A Jack Russell Terrier-Pomeranian mix usually has the energetic and playful nature of a Jack Russell Terrier, combined with the friendly and outgoing nature of a Pomeranian.

  • A Jack Russell Terrier Pomeranian mix needs moderate exercise and does best with a daily walk or play session.

  • A Jack Russell Terrier Pomeranian mix has moderate grooming needs and should be brushed regularly to remove loose hair and prevent matting and tangles.

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