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Jack Tzu

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Jack-Tzu, Russel-Tzu, Russeltzu
   
Mispellings: Jacktzu, Jacszu
   
 

Caring for a Jack Tzu

Feeding: Care should be taken not to overfeed the Jack Tzu as most would eat all day if food was available.

Living with a Jack Tzu

Personality: The Jack Tzu is a very friendly dog who loves meeting new people.

Family Dog: The Jack Tzu is a very friendy dog who loves people and being petted.

Shedding: The Jack Tzu is a average to heavy shedder.

Grooming: The coat of the Jack Tzu may need regular grooming.

Behavior: The Jack Tzu is a very friendly, playful, boisterous, alert, loving dog. They love to play with toys and follow you around the house.

Barking: The Jack Tzu is not much of a barker but may learn to bark if around other dog who do.

Weather: Some Jack Tzus love to play in the rain.

Exercise: The Jack Tzu really enjoys walks and running in a safe fenced in area.

Jack Tzu Appearance

Appearance: The appearance of the Jack Tzu may more closely resemble that of the Jack Russell in the body with the coat of the Shih Tzu.

Size: A fully grown Jack Tzu can weigh between 14 to 23 pounds.

Head: The Jack Tzu may have fuzzy eyebrows and long eyelashes along with a mustache and beard.

Eyes: The Jack Tzu has brown eyes.

Teeth/Bite: The Jack Tzu may have an under bite that makes them look like they are smiling.

Neck: The Jack Tzu has a very thick neck.

Tail: The tail of the Jack Tzu is medium in length and curls up over the back.

Color: The coat of the Jack Tzu can be white with black and brown spots especially around the nose and eyes.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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