4 Responses to Border Jack

  1. Dusti says:

    I’m a truck driver and I rescued a 5 week old Border Jack from another Driver. He was trying to feed him his dogs dry dog food. The baby couldn’t eat it so he fed him human fast food. The baby was very malnourished and had sardotic mange. He was covered in urine and feces with open sores. He smelled like he was rotting. He was lethargic when I got him to the Vet. His muscles were so weak, his legs turned every which a way. He seemed to have ataxia so I named him Jack Sparrow. He is 10 weeks old now and getting healthy. He knows Sit and No. He is intelligent and eager to please. I am doing his basic training but I feel that he will be perfect as a Service Dog. Time will tell but I think he has the right personality.

  2. Denis Welch says:

    I am 75 and looking for a Border Jack to travil with me in my RV

    • Marian says:

      Hi ..I have two Border Jack puppies, boy and girl, 20 weeks old. Like them to go together to a forever home.

  3. Eddie Smith says:

    Please let me know if there are any of the jack russell border collie mixes in British Columbia.

    My jack russell border collie cross Neeka (meaning Princess in Haida) passed away this past August and still it brings tears to my eyes as I miss my companion, sidekick and best friend. I got her from the Queen Charlottes.

    I know this breed very well and would love another chance to have one as my companion. My dog goes with me everywhere there’s no leaving the dog home unless I am at a place that is way to hot for my pet to be. Which with me if it’s that hot I probably not want to be there myself. Thank you. Eddie

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