Living with a Minnie Jack
Personality: The Minnie Jack is a fun, loveable and mischeivous dog who loves to play, is very owner oriented and craves attention.
Family Dog: The Minnie Jack may not be the best dog for children. If they can be taught not to jump and play too ruff they might be just fine. They typically get along great with other animals.
Shedding: The Minnie Jack does shed some.
Grooming: The Minnie Jack requires very little grooming. They need to have their nails clipped regularly and bathed occassionally.
Behavior: The Minnie Jack is a hyper, playful dog who loves cuddling and attention.
Barking: The Minnie Jack can have a deep or high pitch bark.
Weather: The Minnie Jack does not like the cold weather.
Exercise: The Minnie Jack is a high energy dog who needs plenty of exercise.
Physical Ability: The Minnie Jack can run very fast.
Minnie Jack Appearance
Size: A fully grown Minnie Jack stands about 12 inches tall.
Companionship: The Minnie Jack is a very loveable dog who craves attention.
Nose: The Minnie Jack can have a pinkish brown or black nose.
Eyes: The eyes of the Minnie Jack are round and brown in color.
Ears: The ears of the Minnie Jack are big and pointed and may fold over.
Muzzle: The Minnie Jack has a slightly pointed muzzle.
Neck: The neck of the Minnie Jack is long and sloping.
Body: The Minnie Jack has a Jack Russell body type with large chest.
Gait: The Minnie Jack may have the hackney gait like the Miniature Pinscher or prancy and gallopy gait.
Feet: The Minnie Jack has long pronounced toes and can have black or white nails.
Tail: The Minnie Jack has a long tail.
Color: The Minnie Jack can have a golden coat with white paws and a white markings on the forehead or it can be brown with black on face, back and chest.
Coat: The coat of the Minnie Jack is soft, short and shiny.
Minnie Jack Health
Allergies: The Minnie Jack has no known allergies at this time.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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