Jack Russell Mixed Breeds[19 JRT Mixes+Chart]


As a Jack Russell Terrier owner myself, I certainly understand the appeal and desire to adopt this dog.

Jack Russell Terriers make for one of the best family dogs you can choose to adopt.

When it comes to mix breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier, you can find other dogs with high energy, tons of personality, and loyal companion.

Whether you are in the market for a new dog for the family or simply curious about some of the potential mix breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier, we have decided to put together a full-detailed list and a detailed chart.

The list and chart will contain all the mixed breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier.

Additionally, we will break down some common traits of each JRT mix breed.

Lastly, we will cover some of the information you may be curious to know if you plan to adopt a Jack Russell Terrier mix breed soon.



Jack Russell Terrier Mixed Breeds

I have been raising a Jack Russell Terrier for the past 3 years now, and I will be the first to tell you that this is a fiercely loyal dog and full of life.

Not to mention, fearless and eager to do about anything possible for your love, attention, and affection.

Jack Russell’s are known to be high-energy dogs and somewhat stubborn.

They should not be overlooked when it comes to how smart they can become and how trainable they can be if you put in the effort.

Jack Russell’s have also been around since the 1800s and primarily bred to hunt.

It is essential to realize that you do not always have to decide to adopt a full-bred Jack Russell Terrier if you are currently struggling to choose between two breeds.

Tons of mixed breeds are available to adopt and need you to provide a loving home.

When you get a mixed breed Jack Russell Terrier you get the benefits and inherited traits of two fantastic dogs in many circumstances.

To give you a better idea, I want to dive into 19 different mixed breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier just to showcase to you how many options you truly have.


The Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russell Terriers were initially bred in England to hunt fox dating back to the 1800s.

The Jack Russell Terrier will be white-bodied and have a different colored face or markings that can be brown, black, or tan.

Jack Russell Terriers are highly energetic, demanding when it comes to attention, and highly loyal.

Overall, the Jack Russell Terrier is also highly driven to work and has a high prey drive due to their hunting background.

As a Jack Russell Terrier owner myself, I can assure you that this dog can test your patience initially.

If you are willing to train, provide a loving home, and show affection, the Jack Russell Terrier can become one of the best dogs you could ever decide to adopt.

With many qualities that are desired by potential owners looking for a dog, the Jack Russell Terrier certainly meets the criteria.

Sometimes you can look a bit further and consider a mixed dog breed with a Jack Russell Terrier that genuinely has the personality and traits you desire.

The rest of this discussion and guide is designed to give you some insight into 19 different Jack Russell Terrier mixed breeds, allowing you to uncover the information you may be curious about or uncover and find the dog you ultimately want to adopt.

Now it is time to start diving into those individual mixed breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier.

I want to start by giving you a table breakdown with some of the key characteristics of all 19 Jack Russell Terrier mixed breeds.

Table Breakdown Of All Jack Russell Terrier Mix Breeds

Jack Russell Terrier Mixed BreedLifespan (Years)Average Weight (LBS)Average Height (In)Average Cost (USD)Family Dog Ranking (1-10)Trainability Ranking (1-10)Socialization Ranking (1-10)
Jack Russell Terrier + Chihuahua (The Jack Chi)13-188-1814-15$250.00-$750.007.27.88.1
Jack Russell Terrier + Pug (Jug)13-1715-1913-15$200.00-$500.007.98.18.4
Jack Russell Terrier + Beagle (Jack-A-Bee)11-1515-3013-15$500.00-$700.007.37.46.9
Jack Russell Terrier + Papillion (Papijack)12-159-1813-15$700.00-$2000.007.68.48.1
Jack Russell Terrier + Boston Terrier (Bo-Jack)12-1515-2013-16$400.00-$700.008.38.99.4
Jack Russell Terrier + Cocker Spaniel (Cocker Jack)12-1515-3012-14$700.00-$1000.008.59.19.1
Jack Russell Terrier + Dachshund (Jackshund)12-1515-288-16$800.00-$1000.007.88.47.6
Jack Russell Terrier + French Bulldog (French Bull Jack)9-1613-2811-14$1000.00-$2000.008.38.38.3
Jack Russell Terrier + Golden Retriever (Golden Jack)12-1530-4517-22$700.00-$1000.009.06.59.4
Jack Russell Terrier + German Sheppard 10-1330-6012-18$1000.00-$3000.006.68.85.9
Jack Russell Terrier + Pomeranian (Jack-A-Ranian/ Jack-Pom13-166-148-10$400.00-$1000.008.17.79.3
Jack Russell Terrier + Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie Jack)12-166-126-12$800.00-$3000.009.55.99.0
Jack Russell Terrier + Siberian Husky (Husky Jack)11-1630-4017-19$600.00-$1000.005.28.57.9
Jack Russell Terrier + Rottweiler (Jackweiler)8-1620-8013-25$1000.00-$3000.006.88.75.6
Jack Russell Terrier + Cairn Terrier (Jacairn)12-1510-1411-12$300.00-$500.009.18.89.4
Jack Russell Terrier + Poodle (Jack-A-Poo)12-1510-1613-25$250.00-$800.008.88.88.8
Jack Russell Terrier + Border Collie (Border Jack)12-1523-3112-16$700.00-$1400.006.86.78.1
Jack Russell Terrier + Patterdale Terrier (PatterJack)12-1512-1610-14$300.00-$700.008.28.38.3
Jack Russell Terrier + Kelpie (JackPie)12-1522-4014-20$400.00-$800.007.57.67.6

1.) Jack Russell Terrier + Chihuahua (Jack Chi)

The Jack Chi (Jack Russell Terrier & Chihuahua) is an excellent dog for singles or families looking for a dog with a lot of energy, loving nature, and a relatively easy dog to care for.

The Jack Chi allows you to get the desirable traits from the Jack Russell Terrier in a slightly smaller package due to being mixed with the Chihuahua.


Breed Overview

Overall, the Jack Chi is a dog mixed with Jack Russell Terrier dog breed that has a lot of attitude, spunk but is trainable and loving.

A Jack Chi will undoubtedly get some of the hunting instinct from the Jack Russell Terrier in addition to having higher energy levels than your typical Chihuahua.

The Jack Chi is also often referred to as the Jackuahua.

Overall, a great dog breed for those of you looking for the abilities of the Jack Russell Terrier and Chihuahua while keeping your dog small enough to be considered a true lap dog or pocket dog.

Learn more here about the Jack Chi by reading some of my articles on the Jack Chi.

Lifespan

  • 13-18 Years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight (8-18lbs Average)
  • Height (14-15 Inches Average)

Cost to Adopt

The average cost to adopt a Jack Chi from a reputable Jack Chi breeder is $250.00-$750.00.


2.) Jack Russell Terrier + Pug (Jug)

The Jack Russell Terrier mixed with the Pug (Jug) gives you an example of one of the best-mixed breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier.

The Pug gives you the best of two worlds. 

You get the bred to hunt instincts of the Jack Russell in addition to energy levels, playfulness, and loyalty.

You also get a lot of the Pug looks, which no one can deny is adorable and a desirable trait to adopt as the next family pet.


Breed Overview

The Jug offers some of the best qualities of the Jack Russell Terrier and the Pug. 

You still get the athleticism, muscle tone, and working demeanor from a Pug.

You also get to deal with a non-aggressive dog that loves any attention that you, as the owner, are willing to give to them.

Lifespan

  • 13-17 Years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight (Up to 18 Pounds)
  • Height (Up to 15 Inches Tall)

Cost to Adopt

Purchasing a Jug from a reputable Jug Breeder will cost $200.00-$500.00 USD.


3.) Jack Russell Terrier + Beagle (Jack-A-Bee)

The Jack-A-Bee Jack Russell Terrier and Beagle may be the best combination of hunting skills you can adopt.

You get to benefit from the hunting skills of the Jack Russell Terrier and the tracking skills of the Beagle.

If you have rodents or other problem pest animals on your property, this dog breed will ensure that they eliminate as much of the problem as possible.

The Jack Russell and Beagle will make for heavy energy, loyal and loving companion for a family or single owner.


Breed Overview

The Jack-A-Bee is often referred to as a “hound dog.”

Rightly so, considering the capabilities of this dog breed.

Jack Russell’s and Beagle mix-breeds are not for the faint of heart.

While trainable, socialization needs to begin in the puppyhood phase to make for a good companion dog with other pets such as other dogs and cats.

The same can be said for this dog breed when socializing them around children and people.

The Jack Russell Terrier side of the Jack-A-Bee will show a stubborn side and demand attention.

Jack-A-Bee’s are small dogs and do not require a ton of space.

On the flip side, the energy levels of the Jack Russell Beagle mix breed do require a lot of exercise and attention from the owners.

Lifespan

  • 11-15 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight (15-30lbs Average)
  • Height (Up to 15 Inches Average)

Cost to Adopt

The average cost to adopt a Jack-A-Bee from a reputable Jack-A-Bee breeder is $500.00-$700.00.


4.) Jack Russell Terrier + Papillon (Papijack)

The PapiJack is the mix breed of the Jack Russell Terrier and the Papillion Terrier.

The Papijack is typically bred in white, brown, black, fawn, or red.

The Papijack is a highly intelligent dog and undoubtedly capable of being trained.

With any dog bred with the Jack Russell Terrier, you need to be prepared for the energy this dog has and the attention it can demand from the owners and family.


Breed Overview

The Papijack is a bit different than some of the other mixed breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier.

The Papijack is highly protective and relatively stubborn, which could also be said of the Jack Russell Terrier.

It has been reported that these personality traits come to life even more with the Papijack.

The Papijack is a dog that requires training, obedience training, and socialization beginning at puppyhood.

This ensures that this dog breed can be highly loving and compatible with other pets in the home and with children.

Papijacks are also known to be one of the more vocal mixed-breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight (8-18lbs)
  • Height- (Up to 15 Inches)

Cost To Adopt

The average cost to adopt a Papijack range from $700.00-$2000.00.

Factors that can impact the cost of a Papijack can range from the quality of the breeder and the quality of the parent Papijacks.


5.) Jack Russell Terrier + Boston Terrier (Bo-Jack)

The Bo-Jack is a mixed breed of the Jack Russell Terrier and the Boston Terrier.

The Bo-Jack is one of the favorites out of all Jack Russell Terrier mixed breeds and is known to be a well-mannered and calm dog.

Some may find this shocking considering the hyper demeanor of the Jack Russell Terrier.

Overall, the Boston Terrier is a calmer dog breed and typically makes for excellent family dogs.

The Bo-Jack shares traits that you will find with the Jack Russell and the Boston Terrier dog breeds.

This includes a burst of energy, fierce loyalty towards their owner, and a desire and love for exercise.


Breed Overview

When you look at the Bo-Jack dog breed from a broad view, finding anything not to be desired with this dog is hard.

You get a calm demeanor, but you still get a dog originally bred to fight (the Boston Terrier).

This makes them excellent guard dogs and great exercise companions.

When you look at the Terrier dog breeds, the Jack Russell Terrier and Boston Terrier are extremely popular and often adopted.

Getting a 50/50 combination of both (50% Jack Russell Terrier and 50% Boston Terrier) makes it hard to go wrong.

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Lifespan

  • 12-15 Years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-15-20lbs (Average)
  • Height-Up to 16 Inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A Bo-Jack will cost between $400.00-$700.00 to adopt.

Compared to the Jack Russell Terrier or the Boston Terrier, this is relatively cheap and a great price considering the overall dog breed you get.


6.) Jack Russell Terrier + Cocker Spaniel (Cocker Jack)

The Cocker Jack is another fantastic dog breed comprised of 50% Jack Russell Terrier and 50% Cocker Spaniol.

While neither dog is known to be flawless, both dogs have unique and highly loyal personalities.

The Cocker Jack is a medium-size dog breed that is slightly different from other Jack Russell Terrier mix-breeds, which typically lean towards the small end of the scale.


Breed Overview

The Cocker Jack can be varied with its appearance depending on which dog breed they lean more towards resembling.

If your Cocker Jack leans more towards the Cocker Spaniol mix, your dog will likely have long hair with a smoother silky coat/finish and longer ears.

On the flip side, if your Cocker Jack leans more towards the parent dog of the Jack Russell Terrier, your dog will have either a rough coat or smooth coat.

Additionally, instead of long and floppy ears, your Cocker Jack may have more of a pointer ear with less flop.  

Cocker Jacks have long snouts because both parent dogs have longer than average snouts and typically have rounded heads.

Cocker Jacks are known to be in the middle of the scale regarding social skills and trainability.

While both the Jack Russell Terrier and the Cocker Spaniol are known to be brilliant dogs, they are also known to be very stubborn dogs that demand a lot of attention.

Overall, with socialization and discipline training, the Cocker Jack can make an excellent family pet.

It may be slightly overwhelming for a first-time dog parent.

The Cocker Jack will typically be one of the following colors:

  • White
  • Brown
  • Tan and Black
  • Black and White

Lifespan

  • 12-15 Years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight- 15-30lbs (Average)
  • Height (12-14 Inches)

Cost To Adopt

A Cocker Jack will cost between $700.00 and $1000.00 to adopt.

Like most of the Jack Russell Terrier mix breeds, the cost of the Cocker Jack can vary based on the quality of the parents and the quality of the breeder.

Supply and demand may also impact the price of a Cocker Jack.

Like we always say, do your independent research.

Compare options near you with a local breeder or a rescue to determine the best price for the best quality Cocker Jack that is feasible or possible to adopt in your area.


7.) Jack Russell Terrier + Dachshund (Jackshund)

Growing up, I owned a Dachshund named Max, and he was one of the best dogs you could ever ask for.

Fast forward another 22 years, and I own a Jack Russell Terrier, which certainly gives the dachshund a run for its money.

Both the Jack Russell Terrier and Dachshund make excellent family dogs.

When you combine each at 50% from purebreds, you get the Jackshund which is another one of the favorites of all Jack Russell Terrier mix breeds.


Breed Overview

The Jackshund is going to be one of the more purely energetic mixed dog breeds.

This makes sense, considering both the Jack Russell Terrier and Dachshund are energetic and highly playful dogs.

Jackshunds can also be referred to as a Jackweenie.

The Jackshund is a highly affectionate dog breed.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 Years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight- 15-28lbs (Average)
  • Height-8-23 Inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A Jackshund will cost between $800.00 and $1000.00 to adopt.

The cost of a Jackshund will vary based on the quality of the breeder and the parent dogs.


8.) Jack Russell Terrier + French Bulldog (French Bull Jack)

The French Bull Jack is a 50% mix breed of a purebred Jack Russell Terrier and a purebred French Bull Dog.

Overall, the French Bull Jack is a relatively social dog breed that takes a strong liking to its family and possesses a strong loyalty.

The French Bull Jack is also known to be less hyper than the Jack Russell Terrier, which can often be a desirable personality characteristic for those of you searching for a calmer dog breed in general.


Breed Overview

The French Bull Jack is one of the most protective mixed Jack Russell Terrier dog breeds you can choose to adopt. 

Known to be a smaller dog breed compared to other mixed breeds, most individuals searching for a small to a small-medium sized dog breed will find the French Bull Jack desirable.

The French Bull Jack is playful and considered decent with families.

They also demand a lot of attention and can be jealous with their personalities.

Depending on which dog parents the French Bull Jack lean towards, the personality characteristics and overall physical characteristics can vary significantly.

Lifespan

  • 9-16 Years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-13-28lbs (Average)
  • Height-11-14 Inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A French Bull Jack will cost between $1000.00 and $2000.00 to adopt.

The cost of a French Bull Jack will vary based on the overall quality of the breeder and the quality and bloodline of the French Bull Jack’s parent dogs.

Supply and demand can also play a vital role in the pricing of a French Bull Jack.

Therefore, it is always recommended to compare options and before adopting.


9.) Jack Russell Terrier + Golden Retriever (Golden Jack Retriever)

It is hard to find something that is not adorable or not desired with both the Jack Russell Terrier and the Golden Retriever.

Put them both together with 2 purebred parents, and you get a Golden Jack.

This makes for one heck of a Jack Russell Terrier mix breed.

This will also be one of the highest energy dogs breeds you can adopt, and you will have the potential to deal with a dog that loves to chew and dig until you train it out of them.

Both the Jack Russell Terrier and Golden Retriever are known to be heavy diggers and chewers in their puppy years until proper training and discipline have taken place.


Breed Overview

The Golden Jack is going to be one of the most outgoing dogs breeds you can adopt.

On the flip side, the Golden Jack is going to be one of the most demanding dogs you can adopt.

Your patience will be tested, and training will definitely be needed in addition to exercise and socialization.

Nonetheless, a well-trained Golden Jack can be one of the playful and entertaining Jack Russell mixed breeds.

They can make for an excellent family dog and companion.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 Years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-30-45lbs (Average)
  • Height- 17-22 Inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A Golden Jack will cost between $700.00 and $1000.00 to adopt.

This price will fluctuate based on the quality of the Golden Jacks parent dogs and the breeder quality.

The Golden Jack is also one of the less common mixed breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier, so it may be difficult to find near you.


10.) Jack Russell Terrier + German Sheppard 

The German Sheppard and Jack Russell Terrier mix are one of the most intelligent mixed breeds you can create from a Jack Russell Terrier.

Additionally, the German Sheppard and Jack Russell Terrier rank near the top of the list regarding attention needs and exercise needs.

This is one of the larger dog breeds with a personality to match.


Breed Overview

The German Sheppard and Jack Russell Terrier mix can vary in physical characteristics and personalities depending on which dog trait is more dominant with your mixed breed.

Overall, the German Sheppard and Jack Russell Terrier mix demand much more than some smaller mixed breeds on our list of comparisons.

You can count on this dog having tons of energy, a playful demeanor, and is highly trainable with patience and diligence.

Lifespan

  • 10-13 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight- 30-60lbs (Average)
  • Height-12-17 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

The cost to adopt a Jack Russell Terrier mixed with a German Sheppard will range between $1000.00-$3000.00.

This is partially due to a German Sheppard having the incredible capabilities they have which makes them one of the more costly dogs based on quality, bloodlines, breeders, and trainability.

This mixed breed requires prior research and shopping before ultimately deciding who and where to adopt a Jack Russell Terrier and German Sheppard from.


11.) Jack Russell Terrier + Pomeranian (Jack-A-Ranian/Jack-Pom)

The Jack-Pom is a mixed breed of the Jack Russell Terrier and the Pomeranian Terrier.

The Jack-Pom can be offered in the following colors/coats:

  • Black and Brown
  • Black and White
  • Brown
  • Black
  • Cream
  • Gray
  • Golden
  • Spotted
  • Speckled
  • Silver
  • Orange

Breed Overview

The Jack-Pom is one of the more affectionate Jack Russell Terrier mix breeds and is known to be one of the best guard dogs for their size due to how alert they remain.

Not to mention, the Jack-Pom has a great deal of love and loyalty towards their pack leader and takes a strong liking to the kids in the household.

The Jack-Pom is also one of the Jack Russell Terrier mix breeds that is hypoallergenic.

They can make for an excellent dog for those with allergy concerns and still want a new family pet.

The Jack Pom is known to be fun and high energy, and someone who can provide exercise typically makes the most sense for this dog breed.

Lifespan

  • 13-16 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-6-14lbs (Average)
  • Height- 8-10 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

The cost to adopt a Jack-Pom can range from $400.00-$1000.00 depending on the quality of the dog and the quality of the bloodline.

Shopping around to ensure you find the dog you genuinely want for the best price is recommended when considering a Jack-Pom.


12.) Jack Russell Terrier + Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie Jack)

The Yorkie Jack is one of the cutest mix-breeds if you want my opinion composed of 50% Jack Russell Terrier and 50% Yorkshire Terrier.

The Yorkie Jack is most desired by individuals dog shopping due to their small size, cute faces, and adorable piercing eyes.

Not to mention their fluffy look that comes from the Yorkshire Terrier.


Breed Overview

The Yorkshire Terrier can make an excellent dog breed for those searching for an actual pocket-sized dog that is also known to be calmer than the Jack Russell Terrier.

Additionally, the Yorkie Jack is known to have a less aggressive nature and not demand as much attention or exercise as the Jack Russell Terrier.

On the downside, the Yorkie Jack is not at protective or known to be as loyal as the Jack Russell Terrier.

They can be more content being independent at times instead of permanently being attached to their owners.

For some, this can be excellent quality in a dog breed.

For others, they prefer a dog that is constantly around and attached to their owners with fierce loyalty.

The Yorkie Jack can be either

  • Black
  • White
  • Black and Tan
  • Black and White

Lifespan

  • 12-16 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight- 6-12lbs (Average)
  • Height-9-12 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

The cost to adopt a Yorkie Jack can range from $800.00-$3000.00

The Yorkie Jack has one of the most significant gaps in prices due to the average price of the Yorkshire Terrier.

The Yorkshire Terrier is a heavily demanded dog breed. The bloodlines and quality of the breeder can dramatically impact the cost.


13.) Jack Russell Terrier + Siberian Husky (Husky Jack)

The Husky Jack is one of the coolest Jack Russell Terrier mixed breeds, in my opinion.

Both the Jack Russell Terrier and Siberian Husky are highly desired dog breeds.

When combined with purebred parents, you get a Husky Jack.

50% Jack Russell Terrier and 50% Siberian Husky.

Overall, this is an assertive and demanding dog breed but offers up 110% loyalty and a strong desire to please its owners by doing whatever it takes.


Breed Overview

Being one of the larger Jack Russell Terrier mixed breeds, they tend to be less common in a society that tends to lean towards smaller dog breeds.

This is partially due to the large populations of tight living spaces in the large cities, but overall, this is still a mixed dog breed that many desire.

The Husky Jack has been around since the early 1900s and is often bred in the following colors:

  • White
  • Black
  • Gray
  • Red
  • Sable
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Tan
  • Cream
  • A mix of 3 Colors Above
  • Mix of 2 Colors Above

Lifespan

  • 11-16 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-30-40lbs (Average)
  • Height-17-19 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A Husky Jack will cost between $600.00 and $1000.00 to adopt.

Factors that can impact this price point can range from availability to breeder and parent quality.


14.) Jack Russell Terrier + Rottweiler (Jackweiler)

The Jackweiler is another one of the Jack Russell Terrier mix breeds on the larger scale due to being 50% Rottweiler.

The Jackweiler is a designer dog breed and is known to be a highly trainable and brilliant.


Breed Overview

The Jackweiler is known to have high energy and have high demands when it comes to exercise.

The Jackweiler can also vary in physical appearance and behavioral traits based on the parent dogs.

Overall, due to the high energy of this dog, it is often not recommended for first-time dog owners and is known not to be the best dog breed for small space living such as apartments.

Overall, the Jackweiler will be highly loyal, protective and make for a great family dog once trained and socialized.

Lifespan

  • 8-16 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-20-80 lbs. (Average)
  • Height- 13-25 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A Jackweiler will cost between $1000.00 and $3000.00 to adopt.

The price can vary significantly based on your location, the quality of the breeder, and the quality of the breeder dog.

Purebred Rottweilers are also one of the more costly dog breeds, which is part of the inflated price point.


15.) Jack Russell Terrier + Cairn Terrier (Jacairn)

The Jacairn is a mixed breed consisting of 50% purebred Jack Russell Terrier and 50% purebred Cairn Terrier (parent dogs).

This is one of the most miniature mix breeds of the Jack Russell Terriers, requiring much less than some of the other breeds a Jack Russell Terrier can create.

This is another example of a dog breed that is highly intelligent and capable of learning commands.

Not to mention, the Jack Russell Terrier shows strong with the Jacairn with their strong desire to please and attach to their owners seeking attention and approval.


Breed Overview

The Jacairn is a perfect dog breed for those looking for a smaller dog breed with two great dog breeds creating the mix.

The Jacairn is an active dog who prefers a good deal of exercise.

Exercise and attention are two of the primary ingredients for success with a Jacairn Terrier.

With training, socialization, and loving home, the Jacairn can make for an excellent family dog.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight- 10-14 lbs. (Average)
  • Height- 11-12 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A Jacairn will cost between $300.00-$500.00 to adopt, making them one of the cheaper Jack Russell Terrier mixes breeds you can adopt.

Comparing options with multiple breeders is the best idea due to price fluctuations based on breeder quality and parent dog quality.


16.) Jack Russell Terrier + Poodle (Jack-A-Poo)

The Jack Russell Terrier and Poodle, when bred and full-bred, combine to make the Jack-A-Poo.

This specific mix breed is the intentional breeding of these two dogs to allow the excellent characteristics of both dog breeds to be produced.

The Jack-A-Poo is an energetic dog breed with a hyper personality and craves attention from its owners and families.

The Jack-A-Poo also loves exercise and is an extremely loyal and disciplined dog breed with proper training.


Breed Overview

The Jack-A-Poo is an intelligent dog breed but can often be destructive and restless when adopted by families that can afford them little time or attention.

Attention and praise are desired from a Jack-A-Poo.

This should be taken into consideration by anyone considering adopting soon.

The Jack-A-Poo can be an excellent dog for those living in large or small spaces such as apartments and, with patience, can become very well trained and obedient.

The Jack-A-Poo does decent with other dogs with proper socialization compared to some of the other Jack Russell Terrier mix breeds and can make a great family dog for those who have the patience and time to train properly.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight- 13-25 lbs. (Average)
  • Height- 10-16 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

A Jack-A-Poo will cost between $250.00 and $800.00 to adopt. The cost will fluctuate due to breeder quality and parent quality, and simple supply and demand.



17.) Jack Russell Terrier + Border Collie (Border Jack)

The Border Jack is a mixed breed of the Jack Russell Terrier and Border Collie.

Compared to other Jack Russell Terrier mix breeds, this is one of the most demanding mix breeds you can potentially adopt.

Both Border Collie and Jack Russell are demanding dogs and not typically good dogs for first-time dog owners.


Breed Overview

The Border Jack is a dog breed with extremely high demands and takes a great deal of patience to train and socialize.

However, for owners who can meet these demands, you will have the opportunity of having one of the most intelligent dog breeds.

While known to be somewhat stubborn and challenging at times, Border Jacks have an extremely high IQ.

They can be excellent working dogs for the right family.

Border Jacks are going to possess high energy and demand exercise.

Additionally, Border Jacks will also need activities to keep them busy to avoid them becoming restless, destructive, or causing issues.

Especially during their younger years before socialization and training have taken place.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-22-31lbs (Average)
  • Height-12-16 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

The cost to adopt a Border Jack will range from $700.00 to $1400.00 depending on the quality of the parent dogs, bloodline, and breeder quality.

Both the Jack Russell Terrier and Border Collie are known to be mid-line priced dogs which can cause the price to be inflated based on supply and demand and the dog’s quality.


18.) Jack Russell Terrier + Patterdale Terrier (PatterJack)

The PatterJack is a mixed dog breed comprised of the Jack Russell Terrier and the Patterdale Terrier.

The Patterjack is known to be a working dog breed and requires a lot of attention and discipline and early socialization.

The Patterjack is not the best dog breed for individuals with young children unless supervision can be provided due to high energy and a stubborn side.


Breed Overview

The Patterjack can make an excellent dog breed for the right family who can provide a working environment or plenty of exercise.

On the flip side, the Patterjack can be very high-energy and protective, leading to aggression or other issues such as excessive barking.

First-time dog owners struggle with the Patterjack to provide socialization and discipline long enough to unlock the full potential and intelligence of the Patterjack.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-12-16lbs (Average)
  • Height-10-14 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

The Patterjack will cost between $300.00 and $700.00 to adopt.

Factors that can impact cost for the Patterjack range from the quality of the breeder to the quality of the bloodline and parent dogs.


19.) Jack Russell Terrier + Kelpie (JackPie)

The Jackpie is a mixed breed that is 50% Jack Russell Terrier and 50% Kelpie.

The Jackpie requires 90 minutes of exercise per day, so it does not fit individuals with busy on-the-go lifestyles.

The Jackpie may also struggle to adjust and make for the best dog breeds for a family with tight living spaces without much room to run around.


Breed Overview

The Jackpie dog breed has been around since the late 1800’s.

It can make for an excellent dog breed for the right family who can provide a stimulating environment and plenty of movement.

The Jackpie is highly energetic but highly loyal.

Training and socialization can be a struggle with the Jackpie for new dog owners.

With proper patience and discipline, the Jackpie can make for an excellent family dog.

Jackpies typically require supervision around small children and until proper socialization has taken place.

Lifespan

  • 12-15 years (Average)

Average Size

  • Weight-22-40lbs (Average)
  • Height-14-20 inches (Average)

Cost To Adopt

The Jackpie will cost between $400.00 and $800.00 to adopt depending on the quality of the breeder and the quality of the parent dogs and bloodline.


Jack Russell Terriers Make For Great Pets, Regardless Of The Mixed Breed

As you can probably notice, Jack Russell Terriers are available in dozens of mixed breeds.

All the mixed breeds of the Jack Russell Terrier can make for a loving and loyal family dog, and all will inherit some of the most desirable traits of the Jack Russell Terrier.

While it may be challenging to know which mixed breed of the Jack Russell Terrier is right for you, we certainly do not believe you can go wrong with any dog breeds discussed here today.

Luna and I wish you the best of luck with your search for a new Jack Russell Terrier and the journey you have ahead of you.


Share Your Thoughts On Jack Russell Mixed Breeds

What is your favorite mixed breed of the Jack Russell Terrier?

Which mixed breed do you currently raise, and what else can you share with the community about your Jack Russell Terrier mixed breed?

Be sure to share those thoughts, stories, and concerns by dropping a comment below.

As always, Luna and I appreciate you stopping by and reading today, and we will see you again next time.

Josh Martin- Founder and Creator of Terrier Owner

Josh Martin is the proud owner of a female Jack Russell Terrier Named Luna. Josh founded TerrierOwner.com to share the stories of owning a Terrier and to help all terrier owners with the struggles, excitement and common questions that come with being a new terrier parent.

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