Spot – Jack Russell terrier
Breed: Jack Russell terrier
More information about this dog
Introducing Spot, the Jack Russell Terrier, he is the kind of dog that really want to please everyone and he will try his very best to understand what you are asking of him and do it to the best of his ability.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
This little mature dog is very food and toy motivated. He gets so excited when his ball is about and provides a commentary when working for his ball!
Spot is clicker trained and has many behaviours on cue, both visual and verbal and a lot of them at a distance. This Jack Russell competes in Obedience and Rally as well as enjoying Scentwork, Parkour and fun agility.
Once Spot gets to know a new dog he gets on with them well and they rarely bother him, although Boxer dogs do seem to be an exception to this rule! He’s not overly keen on puppies or children and usually just ignores them.
He has puppy, bronze, silver and gold good citizen awards and has demonstrated various activities at Crufts and club demonstrations and has qualified for Crufts for the last 3 years as part of The Russellers JRT obreedience team.
Distance control either verbally or visually
Stop either coming towards or going away
Send to target
Leg weave (forward or backwards)
Reverse back to heel
Head turn (R & L)
And many more…
Spot is one clever dog, who is up for learning and more than capable. He would be suitable for pet acting and modelling roles in line with his skill set.
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