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Jack Russell Puppy And Mom Puzzle Details:

About: In this fun animal themed puzzle we feature a mother Jack Russell and and one of her puppies playing in the grass. Jack Russells are extremely intelligent, athletic, fearless, and vocal dogs. Despite their small size, these dogs are not recommended for the apartment dweller unless the owner is ready to take on the task of providing the dog with the necessary amount of exercise and stimulation. While socialized members of the breed are friendly towards children, they will not tolerate abuse even if it is unintentional.T he small white fox-working terriers we know today were first bred by the Reverend John Russell, a parson and hunting enthusiast born in 1795, and they can trace their origin to the now extinct English white terrier.

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