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Size: Small Weight: 18-35 pounds Fur length: Short Ears: Flappy Fur type: Straight Fur Color: 3 Colors, Black & White, Brown & White, White / Cream
Life Expectancy: 12-16 Years Rarity: Common Availability: Easily available Climate: Good for every climate.
The Jack-A-Bee is a mix between a Jack Russell Terrier and a Beagle purebreds. They are called hybrid dogs due to their origination from two different pure breeds.
The Jack-A-Bee is a small size dog, standing not more than 15 inches and weighing around 18 to 35 pounds. They are a mix of both parent breeds characteristics.
They generally resemble a Jack Russell in appearance with distinct Beagle ears. They are very agile, fast runners and have great sense of smell like a Beagle.
The Jack-A-Bee is found in different colours that are a mix of parent breed colours. Common colours for these dogs are black, red and white or a mix of these colours. Mostly they are seen in white with black or tan spots on the body.
Their coat is short and coarse that needs daily brushing.
The Jack-A-Bee is a very active, adventurous and loving dog. They are affectionate and loyal to their family. They are very good with small children and make great play mates. They are equally good with other dogs and pets in the family. These dogs like to be with their family most of the time and enjoy human company. These dogs are intelligent and learn fast but may show signs of independent and willful behavior which can be dealt with firm and consistent training. The Jack-A-Bee dogs are very active and alert. They need lots of physical and mental stimulation to stay calm and happy. They have great sense of smell and tend to follow the scent to its origin. These dogs can be good watchdogs. They are very loving and affectionate dogs that make very good family pets.
They have a hunting instinct and may chase smaller animals do should be unleashed outdoors if they are very well trained. Their coat requires minimal grooming but regular brushing.
They are intelligent dogs that are easy to train but sometimes, show independent and stubborn behavior. This should be addressed by firm and consistent training and establishing authority over dog.
They are very active dogs and will need lots of playing and running time besides daily walks to keep in balance. They may become destructive if under exercised.