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Jackapoo &#; A Complete Guide To The Jack Russell Poodle Mix

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The Jackapoo is an adorable mix of the Jack Russell Terrier and the Toy or Miniature Poodle. Also known as the Jackadoodle, Poojack or Jack-a-Poo, this cute cross combines two loyal and fun breeds. Jackapoo temperament and appearance can vary a lot, depending on which of their parents they take after.

Where Does the Jackapoo Come From?

The Jackapoo is an adorable mix between the Jack Russell Terrier and the Poodle. To learn more about the origin of this cross, we can look to the history of each parent breed. First, we’ll start with the Jack Russell Terrier

The Jack Russell Terrier

The Jack Russell Terrier was bred in England in the mids. The reverend John “Jack” Russell bred them to be used as hunting dogs, mostly for fox, rabbit and other small game.

The breed was engineered to be quick enough to keep up with other hunting breeds, but small and sturdy enough to flush and capture small game. They spread to Australia, where it was further refined for its working role. Today, the Jack Russell is a popular companion animal, and is still often used by hunters!

The Poodle

The Poodle has a longer history, dating back over years. The Standard Poodle originated in Germany, where it was bred to be a retrieving dog for duck hunters.

The Poodle’s off-the-charts intelligence, combined with strong swimming skills and an eager to please temperament, made it a perfect retriever.

The Standard Poodle, a full-sized dog, was bred down to the Miniature Poodle, which began to shift the Poodle’s trajectory more towards companion dog.

The first Toy Poodle, an even smaller version, was bred in America in the early 20th century. By this point, breeders focused on developing companion dogs, and the Poodle’s hunting history slowly faded.

Today, there are three versions of the Poodle: the Standard, Miniature, and Toy. The Jackapoo can be bred from either the Miniature or the Toy.

All this cross-breeding and engineering of new dog breeds is somewhat controversial in some circles. An ongoing purebred vs mutt debate rages on, and no side is truly right or wrong. It’s wise to read up on the pros and cons of this debate before making your decision!

Now, let’s get back to the Jackapoo!

jackapooFun Facts About the Jackapoo

The Jackapoo is a quirky and adorable breed. It usually inherits the intelligence and loyalty of the Poodle, and the robust energy and playfulness of the Jack Russell.

Did you know that the Jackapoo is often considered hypoallergenic? There’s no breed of dog whose skin is completely free of the proteins which trigger allergies. However, many allergy sufferers report being able to spend more time around low-shedding breeds, like the Jackapoo!

Jackapoo Appearance

Like any mixed-breed dog, there will be some variance in Jackapoo appearance from dog to dog. Your Jackapoo puppy could inherit more characteristics of the Poodle, or more of the Jack Russell Terrier.

That said, this is typically a small dog, weighing around lbs and measuring inches. Again, this will vary depending on the dog’s genetics.

Their hair is typically short to mid-length, and can adopt the curly nature of the Poodle’s coat, or the coarse coat of the Jack Russell.

Coat color is usually black, brown, tan or white, or a mix of multiple shades. Some longer tufts of hair around the face and snout are common.

The size of the Jackapoo and other characteristics will depend on whether it was bred from a Miniature Poodle or a Toy Poodle. See our comparison of the two here. The biggest difference is of course in size. Jackapoos bred from Toy Poodles will be smaller than those bred from Miniature Poodles.

So, as you can see, there’s some variability with this breed’s characteristics. When you choose a mixed breed like the Jack-a-Poo, you have to be prepared for some unpredictability &#; both in the dog’s appearance, and it’s temperament. And speaking of temperament…

Jackapoo Temperament

Now we know about the Jackapoo’s appearance &#; but what about how they behave? The Jackapoo temperament is a mix of its two parent breeds, as well as how the dog is raised.

Generally speaking, the Jackapoo will inherit the intelligence and pride of the Poodle, and the active, hardworking nature of the Jack Russell.

However, some break the mould and bear a very strong resemblance to one parent over the other.

But what results is always an active, high-energy crossbreed that loves to have a job to do. Jackapoos require frequent exercise, and love to play outside.

Jackapoos can become destructive if they don’t get enough exercise, so keep that in mind when making your decision. They also can be big barkers, if not trained otherwise.

Jackapoos are not typically aggressive, so long as they are trained and socialized from a young age. The Jack Russell Terrier can be somewhat stubborn or aggressive with other animals, so again, socialization is very important.

Your Jackapoo will typically get along well with children, as long as it’s been socialized well. Both Poodles and Jack Russell Terriers can make good family pets, so the Jackapoo might be a good choice for families with children!

Training Your Jackapoo

The trainability of the Jackapoo depends on which parent breed comes through stronger. The Poodle is famous for its obedience and trainability, while the Jack Russell can have a bit more of a stubborn side.

Both parent breeds are extremely intelligent, so training usually goes well. Some Jackapoos can have a stubborn, prideful streak, which can sometimes complicate training plans. Patience might be required. Although, in the end, you’ll be able to train your Jackapoo to do just about anything!

Socialization is very important for all dogs, but particularly for the Jackapoo. If they are not exposed to plenty of other animals, dogs, children and strangers, the Jackapoo can become stubborn or even aggressive.

Your Jackapoo should be trained frequently, using positive reinforcement training. If need be, you can hire a professional trainer &#; but most Jackapoos can be trained at home.

The Jack Russell in your Jackapoo might cause the dog to bark frequently. This can usually be addressed through training, but nonetheless is something to keep in mind.

See our dog training guides and understanding your dog guide for details on training routines.

Also, remember that this is a very high energy dog! Your Jackapoo will need plenty of exercise every day. In addition to walks, you’ll want to schedule in some playtime to keep your Jackapoo engaged and happy!

Jackapoo Health

If you are considering this breed, you’re surely wondering about the health of the Jackapoo!

In general, the Jackapoo is a healthy breed and does not suffer from many hereditary health concerns. They have a general life expectancy of years.

However, like all breeds, the Jackapoo is more prone to certain health concerns than others.

Fortunately, most of the common health concerns of the Jackapoo are mild. Dry skin, allergies, and ear infections are common in this breed, but easily treatable.

In rarer cases, hereditary health problems are possible. Concerns like deafness, patellar luxation, arthritis, cataracts, thyroid disease and others are certainly possible in this mixed breed.

Some health concerns can be tested for in advance. This is one reason it’s important to choose a reputable breeder &#; good breeders will always conduct health tests on their breeding stock to help reduce the risk of health concerns.

Beyond keeping an eye out for common health concerns, you will also need to groom your Jackadoodle frequently. Remember to keep up with hygiene as well, by brushing your dog’s teeth, clipping nails, etc.

Do Jackapoos Make Good Family Dogs?

Jackapoos are loving, fun and high-energy Poodle mixes that can definitely make for a good family pet.

They are usually good with children, so long as they are socialized and trained.

They definitely love to spend time with their families, and are better off in homes with several people who can give them plenty of attention (and walks!)

Like all dogs, Jackapoos need to be supervised around children. However, once they are socialized, they usually get along well with kids!

Rescuing a Jackapoo

If you decide to get a Jackapoo, you can either purchase a puppy or adopt a rescue Jackapoo.

We always encourage our readers to support local animal shelters and rescue organizations by adopting pups from them. We have a list of Jackapoo rescues in a section below, if you are interested.

While we fully support adopting rescue dogs, it is important to keep in mind that you don’t know the dog’s history when you adopt. Rescuing dogs definitely requires patience, and is not for everyone.

Finding a Jackapoo Puppy

If you decide to get a Jackapoo puppy, you’ll want to locate a reputable breeder in your area. Be sure to ask for health test results, and do your research before choosing a breeder!

It’s important to avoid puppy mills and pet shops whenever possible. We recommend sticking to reputable breeders, or adopting a Jackapoo from a shelter.

Trying to find a Jackapoo puppy? Our puppy search guide is a great place to start!

Raising A Jackapoo Puppy

If you do get a Jackapoo puppy, you’ll want to start training and socialization very early.

Because the Jack Russell Terrier can be a bit aggressive towards other animals, socialization is very important with this breed. And the earlier you start, the better!

See our puppy training guides for more information.

Pros and Cons of Getting A Jackapoo

Here&#;s a quick rundown of what you should know about getting a Jackapoo.

CONS:

  • Jackapoos can bark frequently if not well trained
  • Very high energy

PROS:

  • An intelligent and hardworking breed
  • Makes for a good family pet
  • Usually highly trainable and obedient
  • Quite adorable!
  • Generally healthy

Similar Mixes and Breeds

Looking for breeds similar to the Jackapoo? You’re likely to find them by looking at other mixed breeds with one of the parent breeds of the Jackapoo.

Fortunately, we have detailed guides listing many of the most popular options. Find out all about Poodle mixes and Jack Russell Terrier mixes in our guides!

   

Jackapoo Rescues

We have not found a Jackapoo-specific rescue organization. However, there are many good rescue organizations dedicated to helping each parent breed. Here are some top options:

Poodle Rescues

UK

USA

Canada

Australia

Jack Russell Terrier Rescues

USA

UK

Australia

Do you know of any other Jackapoo rescue organizations, or rescues for either parent breed? Let us know in the comments!

Is A Jackapoo Right For Me?

If you want a small-sized, adorable, bundle of energy, the Jackapoo is a great choice!

This is an obedient, friendly, fun and loving dog that can make for a good companion for the whole family!

That said, they are quite high energy, and tend to bark frequently. If you can handle their quirks and non-stop energy, the Jackadoodle is a great dog to call your best friend!

References and Resources

  • Caines, D., Pinard, CL., Kruth, S., Orr, J., James, F. Autonomic dysfunction in a Jack Russell terrier.
  • Disorders in Jack Russells: A Brief Definition. Jack Russell Terrier Club of America,
  • Franklin, RJM., Olby, NJ., Targett, MP., Houlton, JEF. Sensory neuropathy in a Jack Russell terrier.
  • Gough A, Thomas A, O’Neill D. Breed Predispositions to Disease In Dogs and Cats.
  • Matthews, N. S. Degenerative myelopathy in an adult miniature poodle.

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Jack-A-Poo

Jack Russell Terrier / Poodle Mixed Breed Dogs

Information and Pictures

A grey with white Jackapoo is sitting on concrete wearing a blue bandana

Beauregard the Jackapoo at 9 months old—"He weighs in at a hefty 16 lbs., and boy does he like to throw his weight around! He's very smart, so we can't put anything over on himand has learned to "talk". He vocalizes distinctive "words" (mama, out, play ball). While it's not quite English, he can definitely communicate what he wants. We call it "Beau speak.""

Other Names
  • Jack-A-Doodle
  • Jackadoodle
  • Jackdoodle
  • Jackapoodle
  • Jack A Poo
  • Jackapoo
  • Jack-A-Poodle
  • Jackpoo
  • Poojack
  • Poo-Jack
Description

The Jack-A-Poo is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Jack Russell and the Poodle. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

Recognition
  • ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
  • DBR = Designer Breed Registry
  • DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
  • DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
  • IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®
Recognized Names
  • American Canine Hybrid Club = Jack-A-Poo
  • Designer Breed Registry = Jack A Poo
  • Designer Dogs Kennel Club = Jack-A-Poo
  • International Designer Canine Registry ® = Jackapoo
View from above - A white with black and gray Jackapoo is standing on a driveway next to grass. Its mouth is open and tongue is out

Oreo the Jackapoo at about 3 years old&#;"This is the big man himself, Oreo Von Kirkland. Here he is on a walk. I had stopped to see how he'd react to the many distractions of the park (a small herd of deer had run by, causing many of the dogs in their gardens to go crazy!). But instead of straining to meet the other dogs are chase the deer (which would make any JRT huntsman proud), he stops and looks up at me! I was worried about him being too feisty or energetic but he seems to be very Poodle-ly in personality (rare for this mix by what I've been reading) and quickly accepts others as alpha. He does okay with young children, opting for the "You guys have fun, I'll just sit back and watch." approach when dealing with those noisy little humans. He enjoys walks, belly and ear scratching sessions, and chilling with the Neapolitan Mastiff next door (although I think their friendship is pretty one sided). "

A white with tan Jackapoo is play bowing on a couch with a tennis ball in its mouth. The dog is all white with only the ears being tan.

Duncan the Jack-A-Poo at 5½ months old—"He appears innocent, but if you know anything about Jack-A-Poos, then you know better!"

A black and white with tan Jackapoo is sitting on a tan carpet in front of a sliding door

"This is my 8-month-old Jackadoodle Louis. He is 3-quarters Poodle and a quarter Jack Russell. Very clever and easily picks up tricks. He doesn’t shed, but makes plenty of mess chewing things up! He’s a high energy pooch, very sociable and needs lots of exercise despite him only being small."

A grey with white Jack-a-Poo puppy is sitting on a couch that is covered in a light green blanket. It is wearing a pink ribbon

Pasquina, a Jack-a-Poo (Jack Russell / Poodle mix) puppy at 3 1/2 months old, weighing 4 pounds

A black with white and a brown with white Jack-A-Poo is laying on a white and black couch

Jack and Moses, 2½-year-old, pound Jack-A-Poo brothers

A black with tan Jackapoo puppy is wearing a bandana sitting on concrete in front of a doorway

Hidie the Jackapoo as a puppy at 5 months old wearing a bandana

A white with black Jack-A-Poo puppy is standing outside in grass and one of its paws is on a rawhide bone

Lexy the female Jackapoo puppy at 3 months old—"Her mom is a purebred Jack Russell and her dad is a purebred Toy Poodle."

A white with black Jack-A-Poo puppy is sitting on a carpet and looking back

Abby the tricolor Jack-A-Poo at 5½ months old—"Abby only weighs 6 pounds, but she thinks and acts like she's a BIG dog!!! Mother was a shortie Jack Russell (tan/white) and dad was a Poodle (black/white). Abby is Lexy's sister." (Lexy is shown above.)

A fluffy white Jack-A-Poo puppy is wearing a purple collar laying in the lap of a person sitting in a lawn chair

J.J. the Jack-a-Poo puppy at 5 months old—"He loves to relax in our laps and in small spaces (i.e., under the couch or chair, in between the mattress and headboard on the bed)."

Side view - A tan with white Jack-a-poo is standing in grass

Sparky the white and tan Jack-a-poo at 7 months old standing in the grass

See more examples of the Jack-A-Poo

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Jackadoodle Guide (Jackapoo, Jack Russell Poodle Mix)

Jack Russell Poodle Mix (Jackapoo, Jackadoodle

The Jackadoodle, also known as the Jackapoo or Jack Russell Poodle Mix, is a relatively popular dog breed that is a mix between the Jack Russell Terrier and Poodle. These two dog breeds have various different sizes and personalities, yet they make a fascinating mix once crossbred. This Jack Russell Terrier Poodle mix is a small to medium dog breed that is affectionate, obedient, and perfect for families who aren’t looking for a large dog.  In addition, the Jackapoo is also typically multi-colored, hypoallergenic, and non shedding.

Check out some other upcoming doodle breeds include: Huskydoodle, Samoyed Poodle, and Chow Chow Doodle.

What is a Jackadoodle? 

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A Jackadoodle is definitely not considered a thoroughbred dog breed, but instead is a mix between two popular dog breeds: The Jack Russell and Poodle. These dogs are typically small and skinny in statue, have relatively high energy, and are very cute. The Jack Russell Poodle mix also loves to play fetch, frisbee, or run around the dog park.  In addition, the Jackadoodle requires at least 30 minutes to 1 hour of physical exercise or mental stimulation per day or they will become bored and may partake in destructive behavior.

Since the Jack Russell Terrier and Poodle mix is not a purebred, the genetics, personality, and sizes can fluctuate. You will frequently observe Jackadoodles that weigh 10 to 30+ pounds stand 10 to 20 inches tall depending on the parent dog qualities. Additionally, the Jackapoo’s coat color can virtually be limitless because the Poodle comes in 11 standard colors. You&#;ll frequently observe Jackadoodle&#;s that are dark, tan, or cream. Some Jackadoodle&#;s even have the Jack Russell Terrier signature white chest and multi-colored face. Since each Jackapoo can look different, this is what makes this breed special and unique. The one aspect we do know is that they will be a charming dog that has a high possibility of being multi-colored

Jackadoodle Breed History

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Jack Russell Terrier History

The Jack Russell Terrier started in England a couple hundred years ago and was trained to chase game creatures like foxes. This little dog breed has an athletic body that is incredibly fast, agile, and gentle. The Jack Russell Terrier also goes by the name of Parson Russell Terrier and is very popular among pet owners since this dog breed appears in several films and television shows. If you love dogs who like to fetch, are highly intelligent, and are a caring pooch then a Jack Russell Terrier may be the dog for you. The Jack Russell terrier ranges from 13 to 17 pounds and is about 10 to 12 inches tall. They are a smaller dog breed with a good amount of energy! 

Poodle Retriever History

Poodles began in the &#;s from Europe where they were used to chase and retrieve birds because of their excellent ability to swim. The Poodle Retriever is always in the top 10 dog breeds from the American Kennel Club (AKC) because they don’t shed and are hypoallergenic. 

They are one of the most intelligent, charismatic, and dynamic dogs that can range in size from a Toy Poodle to a Standard Poodle. Toy Poodle rangea in weight from pounds and stands around 12 inches tall while the Standard Poodle can get as much as 90 pounds and be 24+ inches tall due to their long legs. Because of their intelligent and respectful character, Poodle&#;s are known to be easy to train. However, if you don’t exercise and mentality stimulate a Poodle they may become disobedient. All things considered, Poodles are a loving, steadfast, and lively dog that is extremely popular.

Jackadoodle Appearance 

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The Jack Russell Poodle mix can come in a wide range of colors, however the most well known colors are black and white, brown and white, and cream and white. Typically, the chest and face area has white shading because of the signature hereditary qualities of the Jack Russell Terrier.  In addition, the Jackadoodle may also have a white color near their paws. The best indicator of a Jackapoo’s colors will be the shade of the parents (mostly coming from the Poodle). Since Poodle&#;s come in 11 different standard colors ranging from white to apricot to black, the Poodle coloring has the biggest hereditary influence on the Jackadoodle. The Poodle parent regularly dictates the coloring of the Jackadoodle, however, the color can never be predicted % due to recessive genes.

The best part of a Jackadoodle is that they inherit genetic traits from the Poodle that make this dog mostly non shedding and hypoallergenic.  These are awesome genetic traits that allow you to vacuum less and have less allergies. The Jackapoo inherits these traits from the Poodle side.  So if you’re looking for a small doodle that is non shedding, hypoallergenic, and loves to fetch this is likely going to be the dog for you.

Jackapoo Temperament 

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We do know that the Jackapoo will be a relatively active dog breed since both the Jack Russell and Poodle are working canine breeds. With regular exercise, this Jack Russell Poodle mix is a fabulous companion that will be faithful, smart, and adoring. The Jackadoodle isn’t an aggressive dog breed at all, so they play well with smaller children and strangers with proper socialization as a puppy.

As a dog owner, you&#;ll regularly provide some physical and mental exercises so your Jack Russell Poodle mix can discharge their energy. The Jackadoodle blend will love to play frisbee, fetch balls, hike outdoors, or play at the dog park. You will need exercise your Jackapoo for at least 30 minutes to 1 hour each day.  In addition, horns for dogs to bite on or dog puzzles help to provide mental stimulation. If your Jackadoodle gets bored they may become disobedient and you&#;ll likely discover the Jackapoo biting different items around the house like the TV remote or shoes.   However, these small dogs are perfect family dogs that can be loving, will cuddle, and love to fetch.

Conclusion for Jackadoodle Guide (Jackapoo, Jack Russell Poodle Mix)

Jack Russell Terrier Poodle mix picture

Jackadoodle&#;s are a relatively popular dog breed between the Jack Russell and Poodle. In no way, shape or form is this a purebred dog, however they have some superb genetic characteristics like being hypoallergenic and non shedding.  In addition, this Jack Russell Poodle mix is often two different colors and comes in a nice small dog size. The Jackapoo is a cute, loyal, obedient, and high energy dog. 

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Frequently Asked Questions 

What do you call a Jack Russell Poodle mix? 

A Jack Rusell Poodle mix is known most commonly as a Jackadoodle or Jackapoo. This isn&#;t viewed as a purebred dog, however, the Jackadoodle is energetic, adoring, and very trainable. It gets exceptional qualities from the mainstream Poodle and Jack Russell Terrier like being mostly non shedding and hypoallergenic.

What does a Jack Russell Poodle mix look like? 

The most widely recognized shades of a Jackadoodle are black, dark brown, or cream colored bodies with white spots on their chest or face. However, the shades of the Jackadoodle can range broadly because of the hereditary qualities of Poodle and Jack Russell. No shading is ever truly ever % guaranteed.

Are Jackapoos Good Pets?

It’s important to remember that the temperament of a Jackapoo can vary quite a lot because the breed may take after either its Jack Russell Terrier or Poodle parent. For this reason, it’s difficult to exactly predict personality from the outset.

What tends to be universally true, however, is the fact that Jackapoos are typically very good pets. Jackapoos make excellent pets due to the breed’s sociable and affectionate nature.

No matter which parent breed the Jackapoo takes after, it’s usually safe to say that a Jackapoo will be active and playful. This means that it will be eager to engage and have fun with its owner(s). However, the average Jackapoo also enjoys its downtime and will happily cuddle and relax with its family members as well.

With the correct socialization, the Jackapoo has been shown to get along well and interact gently with children. This breed can also be trained and socialized to behave very well around other dogs.

The main situation in which a Jackapoo might not behave like an ideal pet is if it’s not being exercised enough. In this case, Jackapoos have a tendency to become bored and may begin to exhibit destructive behavior around the home. Luckily, the simple solution to this problem is to provide your Jackapoo with the recommended amount of daily exercise.

Are Jackapoos Yappy Dogs?

The Jackapoo does have quite a high-pitched bark, which has led many people to label the breed as inherently yappy.

However, much of this barking can be put down to the Jackapoo’s high levels of alertness. These are loyal and intelligent dogs, so they can be counted on to alert you to strangers around your home.

Excessive barking is one of the most reported behavioral issues in the Jackapoo breed, but if your Jackapoo won’t stop barking, don’t despair.

Thanks to the high intelligence levels of the Jackapoo’s parent breeds, Jackapoos tend to be very intelligent and, as a result, easily trainable. Unnecessary and excessive barking is just one of the many behaviors that can be addressed through obedience training. In most cases, positive reinforcement through praise and treats when your Jackapoo stops barking will be highly effective.

Do Jackapoos Shed?

As with the temperament of a Jackapoo, it can be difficult to ascertain how much your Jackapoo will shed until you actually bring one into your home.

The reason for this is that, as we already touched on in reference to the typical Jackapoo personality, Jackapoos may take after one of their parent breeds more than the other.

If your Jackapoo primarily takes after its poodle parent, you can expect quite minimal shedding, accompanied by relatively low-maintenance grooming requirements. In fact, a Jackapoo that takes after its poodle parent in the coat department can be considered hypoallergenic.

On the other hand, where a Jackapoo mostly takes after its Jack Russell parent, you can expect substantial shedding. In this case, you will need to be prepared to groom your Jackapoo more frequently and extensively.

Do Jackapoos Get Along With Cats?

Unfortunately, despite their relatively small size, Jackapoos tend to have a high prey drive. This means that they may naturally behave aggressively towards smaller animals like cats.

However, this does not mean that a Jackapoo can never get along with a cat. In fact, there is plenty of evidence that Jackapoos can coexist peacefully with cats, as long as socialization is facilitated from when the Jackapoo is a puppy.

If you want your Jackapoo to get along well with cats, it’s crucial to conduct introductions at the right time. Ideally, you’ll want to make sure that you introduce the Jackapoo and cat while they are both still young. This will ensure that they have plenty of time to get used to one another while minimizing any territorial issues.

It might help to introduce the Jackapoo to the cat slowly. For instance, keep them in separate areas of the same house to begin with, but allow them both to recognize the other’s scent by smelling your hand. Then, after a couple of days, conduct a relaxed, supervised introduction.

Even with a gradual introduction, there’s no telling for sure how the first meeting will go, so it’s important to be ready to step in if necessary. However, remember to stay calm.

Let the Jackapoo and the cat interact for a few minutes (assuming things are going well) before separating them again. Repeat the process twice to 3 times a day, until both animals seem comfortable with each other. This could take some time, so be patient.

Please bear in mind that while a Jackapoo might learn to be friendly around your family cat, it may still lash out at cats with which it’s familiar. Therefore, it’s wise to keep your Jackapoo a safe distance away from any cats outside the family.

Can Jackapoos Be Left Alone?

Jackapoos are prone to separation anxiety when left alone by their owners. Therefore, if you need to spend a lot of time outside of the home without your dog for whatever reason, the Jackapoo may not be the best breed for you.

In addition to anxiety, your Jackapoo may become bored if they are being left alone for extended periods of time and not exercised outside of the home enough.

If you have a Jackapoo and need to leave them home alone for any reason, it’s important to monitor your dog’s behavior for signs of anxiety or boredom.

Pacing, panting a lot, unexplained shivering, excessive licking and chewing, or even destructive behavior can all be signs of anxiety in your Jackapoo. These can also all be signs that your dog is bored. Whether boredom or anxiety is the root cause of your dog’s unusual behavior, the bottom line is that they mean your dog is unhappy.

Obviously, it can be difficult to ascertain whether your dog’s anxiety or boredom behaviors are triggered by your absence because you’re not there to witness it. A dog monitor or camera may be your best bet in these situations.

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Jack Russell Terrier Poodle Mix Puppy - Week 11

Jack-A-Poo

 
  • Height: inches
  • Weight: lb
  • Lifespan: years
  • Group: Not Applicable
  • Best Suited For: active families with kids, fenced yards, those seeking a low-shedding dog
  • Temperament: intelligent, curious, lively, affectionate, stubborn
  • Comparable Breeds: Jack Russell Terrier, Poodle

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Jack-A-Poo Basics

The Jack-A-Poo is a lively little addition to the family that brings the super-charged energy of a Jack Russell Terrier together with the fun-loving, low-shedding properties of a Toy or Miniature Poodle. While he’s great with kids and is always up for a rigorous game of catch, he doesn’t always do well with other pets and early socialization is important.

The Jack-A-Poo is a mix of Toy or Miniature Poodle and Jack Russell Terrier.

Origin

Because of the rise in popularity of low-shedding dogs, Poodles are often used in the creation of Designer Dogs and this pooch is a classic example of that cross-breeding. The Jack-A-Poo brings together the Miniature Poodle which dates back to 16th century Germany and the Jack Russell terrier that hales from mid’s England.

Pedigree

A Jack-A-Poo is an energetic pooch who needs regular daily exercise and active play for mental stimulation.The Jack-A-Poo does not qualify for registration with the American Kennel Club (AKC) because he is a cross-breed however both parent breeds are members. The Parson Russell Terrier (AKA Jack Russell Terrier) became a member of the AKC’s “terrier” group in while the Poodle joined the “sporting” group in

Food/Diet

Your Jack-A-Poo is a smaller to medium sized dog and should be fed a high-quality kibble that reflects his size and activity level. Meals should be spread between 2 to 3 feedings with no fillers such as carbs or grains that may cause him to over-eat to feel full. Because of the Poodle DNA, your Jack-A-Poo may be prone to two digestive diseases: pancreatitis and hemorrhagic gastroenteritis when he hits hit middle age. High fat meals and treats are a big no-no.

A Jack-A-Poo is an energetic pooch who needs regular daily exercise and active play for mental stimulation.

Training

This is one smart little dog with a keen-to-please personality. The terrier in him means he has a feisty, stubborn streak so training will require patience and a firm, consistent approach. Early socialization is important to ensure he knows how to play nice with other animals and is accepting of new faces. As with most dogs, rewards-based training with lots of praise and treats of your choice will net you the best results.

Weight

The weight of a Jack-A-Poo can range between 13 and 25 pounds depending on whether his lineage includes a Toy or Miniature poodle.

Temperament/Behavior

Jack-A-Poos are a great family pet due to their affectionate, lively nature.Jack-A-Poos come from two intelligent breeds of dog and make a great family pet due to their affectionate, lively nature. They can have a stubborn side which needs to be addressed during training to ensure he knows his pack leader. This, along with socialization when he is young will help curb the terrier in him and ensure he gets along well with children and other animals. He isn’t keen on being left alone for long periods of time and this, coupled with a high energy level can result in him becoming bored, destructive and barking.

Common Health Problems

Health issues that present in pure-breds can often by-pass a cross of the breed and Jack-A-Poos are not known to suffer from any specific ailment. Medical conditions he may one day inherit from parent breeds could include Addison’s Disease, Von Willebrand’s, patellar luxation and other joint ailments.

Life Expectancy

The average life span of a Jack-A-Poo is 12 to 15 years.

Exercise Requirements

The terrier side of your Jack-A-Poo means he is an energetic pooch who needs regular daily exercise and active play for mental stimulation. Having an active lifestyle is important for this dog has his tendency to become overweight can result in painful joint issues later in life. Because he comes from a breed that wanders, you may want to consider playtime in your own backyard versus a dog park where it may be tough to round him up.

Jack-A-Poos are a great family pet due to their affectionate, lively nature.

Recognized Clubs

Also known as the Jack-A-Doodle, Jackadoodle, Jackpoo, Jackdoodle, Jackapoo and Poojack, the Jack-A-Poo is not recognized by the American Kennel Club however he is recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC), Designer Breed Registry (DBR), Designer Dogs Kennel Club (DDKC), International Designer Canine Registry (IDCR)

Coat

The Jack-A-Poos’s coat is typically coarser than that of a Poodle however he did inherit the Poodle’s low-shedding characteristics which make him relatively low maintenance. Twice weekly brushing should be sufficient for this dog with professional grooming every few months to keep him looking his best. He does have floppy ears so inspection and cleaning to remove debris can prevent infection should be conducted at the same time he is brushed.

Puppies

Jack-A-Poo puppies are tiny bundles of energy and need early obedience training and socialization. Some may have chewing issues between months of age so be prepared to load up on fun and interesting chew toys to keep him busy. In spite of the inclination to tire this little firecracker out with walks, he does come from two breeds that experience joint issues so take it easy on his little legs.

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Jack Russell and Poodle Mix (Jackapoo / Jackadoodle / Jackapoodle)

Fast Facts – Jack-A-Poo / Jack-A-Doodle (Jack Russell and Poodle Mix)

Average height 10 to 16 inches
Average weight 14 to 25 pounds
Lifespan 12 to 15 years
Suitable for Singles or Couples, Families with Kids,
Active Seniors, Apartments
Temperament Gentle, Obedient, Loyal, Smart
Good for families? Yes
Other nicknames Jack-A-Doodle, Jackadoodle, Jackdoodle,
Jackapoodle, Jack A Poo, Jackapoo, Jack-A-Poodle,
Jackpoo, Poojack, and Poo-Jack.

Jackapoo (Jackadoodle) is a small and smart designed breed resulting from the Jack Russell and Poodle mix. They are loyal and family-friendly dogs, with an average lifespan of 12 to 15 years. Jackapoo is one of the most famous crossbreeds among dog lovers all over the world.  

If you consider adopting a Jack Russell Poodle Mix, you will have many questions on your mind. Good luck! Once you finish reading this post, you will have a complete idea of this wonderful breed.

I have listed the main topics and frequent questions people ask that I discuss in this topic below. Feel free to jump straight to the topic you want.

Origin of Jack Russell Poodle Mix (Jackapoo)

Origin of Jack Russell Poodle Mix (Jackapoo)

The origin of Jackadoodle is a mystery yet. Although, there are some discussions that Poodle and Jack Russell mix drive to the ’s in the USA. We can find out the highlights of Jackapoo’s origin by learning about their parent breeds.

History of Jack Russell Terrier

The history of the Jack Russell Terrier runs into early in England. John Jack Russell bred them for hunting purposes. This small, energetic and fast breed was used to hunting foxes and rabbits, ball games, and other fun activities.

They have a strong sense of instincts and endless energy for running everywhere all day. However, now they are famous as loyal and intelligent companions.

History of Poodle

The history of Poodle runs into the mids, initially in Germany. They were used to hunting ducks at an early age. However, now they have become companion dogs that want to lay on the lap.

There are three types of Poodles as full-size poodles, miniature poodles, and toy poodles. Jack Russell and Poodle mix can be done with all three types of poodles.

As usual, this mixed breed has both qualities of their parents. They have got energy, loyalty from Jack Russell Terrier, And the companionship, intelligence, love from Poodle.

The appearance of Jack-A-Poo

Jack Russell Terrier and Poodle mixes get their prominent appearance and major characteristics from either parent. The appearance may differ from one to one due to this is a designed breed.

Typically, their coat colors are White, Black, Tan, Brown, Blue, and Gray. Mostly, that could be a combination of those colors. They have black noses and Brown eyes. 

Jack Russell Terrier and Poodle mixes get their prominent appearance and major characteristics from either parent.

Jackapoos hair may be short to mid-length and can be mostly curly like Poodles. Some Jackadoodles have short and thick hair like Jack Russell Terriers. Therefore, the nature of the hair may vary from one to one.

As a mix of Jack Russell and Poodle, Jackadoodle’s physical features and appearance may differ from one another even in the same litter. It affects the bloodline, quality of the genes, and the pedigree of their parents.

How big does a Jack Russell Poodle Mix (Jack a poo) get?

Poodle Jack mix creates a small dog. However, it depends on the type of Poodle who mixes with Jack Russell. We have discussed earlier that there are three types of Poodles as Standard size, Miniature, and Toy Poodle.

Therefore, the size of the parent Poodle causes the Jackapoo’s size. Typically, they are around inches in height and pounds in weight.

Temperament – Common facts about Jack Russell mix with Poodle

Jack-A-Poo is an intelligent, friendly, and loyal dog. They have taken the intelligence and pride from Poodle, and the energy, activeness from Jack Russell Terrier. Therefore, Jack Russell with Poodle Mix creates a great family pet with gentle, pleasant, and adorable qualities.

They love to play and spend time with children. Typically, they are genuinely loyal to owners and expect a lot of attention like all small dog breeds. Sometimes, they may show some lousy behavior when the owner puts attention away.

Are Jackapoos aggressive?

Jackadoodle is the result of Jack Russell and Poodle mix. Therefore, there is a possibility of Jackapoo taking aggressive behaviors from Jack Russell’s parents. However, they have calm and royal qualities like Poodles. So, it depends on the training and the socialization you give to them at a young age.

Sometimes, Jackadoodle can become a little destructive when they don’t have enough activities to do.

Temperament - Common facts about JackaPoo

Are Jack-A-Poos stubborn?

Yes, sometimes. They are companion dogs. They create their whole world around you. When you don’t have enough time to spend with them, they get upset. Also, they expect to do what they want.

Therefore, Jackapoos may become stubborn if you neglect them. The best thing is you can easily bribe them with a small treat or a snack to do what you expect.

Are Jackapoos good pets?

Yes indeed. If you consider raising a Jack Russell Poodle mix, it would be wise because they are loyal to the owner. And also, Jackadoodles are brilliant dogs within other small dog breeds.

Sometimes, they frequently bark when they need something. That is why you need to train them well at their younger age.

Are Jack doodles guard dogs?

It depends on the qualities they inherited from their parent breeds. If the Jackapoo is closer to the Jack Russell breed, he can do the guarding job as well. Contrary to their body size, they will guard you against small threats.

However, they have got qualities of being good guard dogs with attentiveness, intelligence, and loyalty. 

How often should you wash a Jack Poodle Mix dog?

They may have a stronger doggy smell like some other dogs that have lots of hair. It means you need to clean them frequently. And also, their coats need to be regularly brushed and maintained.

This is a little minus point of adopting a Jackapoo. 

How much exercise do Jack-a-Poos need?

Jack Russell Poodle Mix dogs have qualities of both Jack Russell Terriers and Poodles half to half. Therefore, they may be highly active and playful. So, it’s better to give them at least minutes of regular exercise.

What are the common Health issues Jack Poodles has?

How often should you wash a Jack Russell Terrier Poodle Mix dog?

Jack-a-doodles are typically healthy dogs. Their major health concerns are dry skin, ear infections, allergies, and gum infections. There is also a possibility of having weepy eyes, skin infections, kneecap dislocations, and deafness with their age.

Do Jackapoos get along with other pets?

Jack Russell and Poodle mix create a brilliant and energetic combination. Typically, they get along with other pets well. However, they need good training at their younger age to avoid some destructive behaviors. 

Are Jack Russell Poodle mixes good for families?

Yes, it would be wise to raise a Jack Russell Poodle for a family with kids. They are so gentle with kids as well. Jackapoos have the strength of playing the whole day with you.

And also, he can lay on the couch for days without making a noise. They quickly adapt to the situation due to their high intelligence. Jackadoodles are very attentive and noisy to inform; so, you can expect some safety from threats.

How much do Jack-a-Poo puppies cost?

Jack Poodle puppies’ cost could be $ to $ ( Euros) depending on their health, color, and size. However, there is a possibility that Jackapoo puppies get different appearances even within the same litter.

Therefore, my tip is; negotiate with the breeder or the seller and compare the prices. You also need to have some extra money in hand for initial expenses like tests, shots, deworming, chipping, carrier, collar, and leash.

Jack Russell Poodle Mix lifespan

Typically, Jackapoos got years of average life expectancy. However, they are susceptible to heavy weather and sicknesses. Your proper care and attention will give them a maximum lifetime. If you interested in reading The Life span of Jack Russell Terrier, find it here.

I also consider raising a Jack Russell Pug mix near soon. If you have a Jackapoo, you can share your story with us. Please write to me using our contact details.

Thank you for reading this post.

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