The German Jagdterrier or hunting terrier was officially recognized in 1968 by the International Cynological Federation which lists it in group 3, section 1, standard no 103.
Scientific name: Canis lupus familiaris
Color: Black and tan
Character: Intelligent, Sociable, Reliable, Resolute, Adaptable, Courageous
Size: Male: 33–40 cm, Female: 33–40 cm
Weight: Male: 9–10 kg, Female: 7.5–8.5 kg
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Check out the Jagdterrier, the sporty hound of Germany, fearless, loving, and so much fun!
The Jagdterrier (pronounced: YAHK-terrier) is small but fierce. These hounds and hounds are only average 13-16 inches! Males retreat between 20-22 pounds and females average 17-19 pounds. Jaguars are 12 to 15 years old with a litter size of 3-8 dogs.
A fairly new breed of dog, the jagdterriers track their lineage to Germany in the 1920s. After World War I, a group of hunters and game managers set out to create an impressive breed of dog that showed excellent hunting performance.
Jade dogs originated in the modern era from four hunting dogs that were of the original fox terrier breed. The resulting stray dogs are top hard-working hounds and highly trained with natural hunting instincts.
As sports dogs, jagdterriers are very active, sporty and alert. They are smart hunters and are known for their relentless courage. While hunting, Jagdterriers don’t even retreat to the most dangerous wild games. These fiery dogs work hard, determined and eager to please their masters.
Jagdterriers require a great deal of exercise whether it is on a hunting trip or going for a long day outing. This product is compatible with very active owners. Jagdterriers need a job to do and they shouldn’t be kept as a pet only. Due to their small size, they are suitable for apartment accommodation and do not require a large yard. However, they will be completely active in that apartment.
Because of their bold and naturally active condition, Jagdterriers require supervision of very young children. However, these dotted dogs are good around larger children. They are known to be affectionate and fun with them. This breed can become aggressive with other dogs and is not frightened by larger breeds. They are not afraid of rumble. Jagdterriers are highly trainable, requiring consistent and consistent methods. They must be social of puppies.
This small-bodied strain is characterized by a soft, short and hard traditional layer. Coats are traditionally black, black, tan, or yellow. Jagdterriers have distinct physical properties common to most working dogs: extended heads, clear and muscular jaw muscles, well-beating ribs, and V-shaped ears.
Jagdterriers should be groomed weekly with the occasional bath. Their nails are strong and grow quickly, and they should be cut regularly. Teeth should be brushed and ears should be checked regularly. Like all dogs, Jagdterriers require and deserve proper and regular grooming.
Basic facts about Jagdterrier:
- Character: Energetic, brave, friendly, cheerful
- Energy level: Very active
- Bark level: Excessive only while hunting
- Shedding: moderate
- Grooming: weekly
- Good for children: Yes
- Training: Very good
- Height: 13-16 inches
- Weight: 20-22 pounds (male), 17-19 pounds (female)
- Life expectancy: 12-15 years
What is a Jagdterrier mix?
Jagdterrier was developed in the early twentieth century and is a relatively young strain. … Early Jagdterriers was created by mixing Old English Fox Terrier with a variety of black dogs and tan hunting. Other ancestors of the breed include Welsh dogs, Wirehaired English dogs, and German Pinschers.