A lot of people say that Jack Russell dogs are the same. But is this true? Are they all the same or do they all have their own distinct personalities? Find more about jack Russell Puppies through http://britishgritjackrussellterriers.com/.
I would love to share my ideas on this covering many different areas based on my own dog, Ned. He's two years old and long haired and scruffy.
Primarily are Jack Russell's really individual. At first glance, I'd say no. Each of them does appear to have strong feelings and occasionally extreme moods. They seem to love digging and chasing cats and squirrels in the backyard. They also all seem to do their own funny digging in the home, where they scrape and dig on the carpet. (This is great to see).
They seem to be territorial and will guard their home with their own lives, barking at any sounds.
All Jack Russell's also look, occasionally, to go to sleep lying on their backs. However, I believe that the biggest similarity is their persistent nonfear of dogs which are 4-5 times bigger than them. It's hilarious to see a tiny Jack Russell barking in a huge dog and even funnier if the massive dog becomes frightened and runs away.
Additionally, all Jack Russell's appear to possess Duracell batteries in their bodies since they have an infinite supply of energy. I am able to take Ned out for a walk for two hours and when he gets back he'll still need to play an endless game of draw.
In addition, I've observed with Ned and others that the association between Man/Woman and puppy is an endless battle of wits, which the dog normally wins! Their levels of stubbornness are incredible.