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Russellville'                                                318-286-7151
    Home of Shortiejacks and Hunt Terriers
Russellville'                                                318-286-7151
    Home of Shortiejacks and Hunt Terriers

Our Jack Russell Terriers
All breeding dogs PLL and SCA tested clear or clear by parentage
Jack Russell Terrier Males
Snowy Scotty of Lovely Lady's Valley
aka "Scotty", imported from
the Netherlands. We are so excited to
add Scotty to our breeding program.  
Thank you, Sheree, for allowing
us to have Scotty.
Brightjacks Its Peanuts,
Charlie Brown aka Peanuts.
already making his mark at
Russellville Farms as a super sire!
RV'  You Crack Me Up
is already proving himself to be
an outstanding sire.  Crackers is
out of MeMe and Tex, from Cow
Country. We are so excited to
add this little
Russellville Cuatro, our newest male
addition to Russellville Farms.  Also
a son of Meme and out of our beloved
retired male, Trey, Cuatro is the
embodiment of what we strive to
breed here at Russellville Farms.
  Templar, aka Munchkin, is
another new addition to our
breeding program.  He was bred
by Alex Geisler.  Thank you so
much for allowing me to add him
to my breeding program!
RV'  Dash Riprock aka "Rocky" has
returned home to us and will continue
in our breeding program.  A son of
Gopher and Dixie, he carries my
original founding lines crossed with
the South African lines.  Rocky is a
very beautiful, sweet boy and we are
glad to have him home.
We welcome Alef to our breeding
program.  Alef is from Moscow,
Russia.  Sired by Multi-National
Champion of Russia and Belarus,
Lovely Orange Jokey.  Many
champions and international
champions in his pedigree, Alef
promises to be a excellent
addition to our breeding program.
Jack Russell Terrier Females
Meme, female jack russell
Russellville Covrgryl has joined our
breeding program and has quite the
funny personality.  Loves to "sit up" and
look around.  
Dyas Farm's Ohme Ohmy "Meme"
arrived the first part of 2014 and
was added to our breeding program
in late 2014. Bred by Dyas Farms,
Meme is totally new bloodline added
to the Russellville breeding program.
We thank Donna for the opportunity
to add such a great bloodline to
our breeding program!
Russellville Baby's Got Her Blue       
Jeans On aka "Blu" is a new female
added to our breeding program.  
Sired by Pratzal's Dac Tary and
the retired female, Tinkabelle.
Russellville Kenley will be added
to our breeding program this fall.  
A daughter of Scotty and Khloi,
Kenley promises to continue to carry
on the bloodlines and type we desire
here at Russellville Farms.
Brightjacks' Countess should be entering
our breeding program this fall.  We are
excited to have her join our crew!
Russellville Baby "D" out of our very
own Doodles and Scotty.  Just a
sweetheart to be around.  She has
substance and bone and a very pretty
head and has already produced one
outstanding litter.
Cow Country Josye will be added
to our breeding program in the
spring/summer of 2018. We would
like to thank Cow Country Shorty
Jacks for this beautiful addition to
our breeding program!
Russellville Raven Nevermore, aka
"Raven" is out of Zypper and the
recently retired Lacye.  Raven is
super muscled and a super sweet,
very funny girl that loves playing
with Red. Raven will be giving us a
litter of pups in a couple of months!
Russellville Lady in Red, aka "Red"
is another new female that continues
our original lines added with the lines
of Dyas' Farms.  
A truly sweet female that has given
us an awesome new litter!
Russellville Just in Case, aka Caisee--out
of Khloi and Dac Tari, Caisee brings to
the jack russelll world exactly what it
needs.  She has given us two beautiful
litters so far.
Russellville Georgia on My Mind,
aka Georgia out of Meme and Bud.  We
are so pleased with her first litter and
can't wait to see more!
Russellville Calamity Jane, aka Janie out
of Ady and Scotty.  Janie gave us some
beautiful babies in the last litter.  We are
hoping for great things from her!
Russellville MacKenzie will be
added to our breeding program
next fall, making four offspring of
Meme to be added back to our
breeding program!
Russellville Delilah--picture
    Jack Russell Terriers
    The Jack Russell Terriers' history began with a man named Reverend John Russell. He was commonly referred to
    as Parson Jack. The Jack Russell Terrier breed started with a small white Fox Terrier…a female by the name of
    "Trump". Trump was breed specifically for hunting, a task requiring great stamina, intelligence, spirit, and
    conformationals. The Jack Russells were breed to handle difficult trails, small tunnels, and hidden dens to flush
    out game. The Jack Russell Terriers have three distinct hair types. They are commonly referred to as the smooth
    coat, the broken coat,a slightly wire-hair texture, and a rough coat. Their coat should be no less than 51% white.
    Jack Russell Terriers are found in two sizes. They are either 10 to 12 inches tall or 12 to 15 inches tall. The Jack
    Russell Terrier’s body should be proportional to its height. It should be compact, yet well balanced and athletic in
    appearance. Their tails are often docked at birth to about 4 inches and should be carried proudly, and high in the air.
    Their paws are generally small, well padded and should point straight, not angled out. Jack Russell’s ears are usually
    folded forward and close to the head. However, some admirers prefer ears that are pricked or sticking up slightly.

    These little dogs are packed full of energy! They are best suited to those with a very active lifestyle. They are
    extremely social and require a good bit of attention. They should be a house or inside dog but it helps to have
    access to open spaces to burn off excess energy. These terriers were breed to be hunters, so they love to chase toys
    and balls or go for a long run. Since they are a hunting breed, they help keep pests away… but should be supervised
    around other pets such as cats, hamsters, and other small animals.

    Jack Russell Terriers love children and they are generally considered safe with all ages if they are raised with the
    children and trained properly. They are fun loving, playful dogs and will entertain you with both their intelligence
    and their antics. However, children under the age of six years old should always be supervised around dogs.

    Jack Russell Terriers have become increasingly popular due to their fame on recent movies and T.V. shows such
    as Frasier, Jim Carey's Mask, Gene Hackman’s Crimson Tide, Disney's Wishbone, and My Dog Skip
    just to name a few!
Russellville Jacks participating in Agility

Tonto owned by
Staci Hoffman
    Just wanted to send this photo of Tanq’s first title….
    The titles aren’t the end all and be all for me, but, when you
    have a great little agility dog , he makes things much easier
    to acquire! Thank you for that, Jana! Onward and upward.  
    I am thinking to trial on both sides of the border with Tanq
    and eventually Zuni. Have our first USDAA trial coming
    soon!. Actually met a lady at the last trial that knew exactly
    what Tanq was and thought him a fine example of a Hunt
    Terrier, at that. Take care and talk to you soon. Sandy
jack russell agility Tanq
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