19 Responses to Cojack

  1. Katerina says:

    Hi everyone!
    I recently adopted a dog, who was obviously bred and left alone. He is lovable and energetic, and my family loves him already. Today I found out he most probably is a cojack since his outlook and temperament confirms it. Though I can’t be certain he is one I am very happy I found more info about this cross breed.

    • stefhenie lopez says:

      I have a 5 yr old female, ive had her since she was 10 wks, She is the best dog always excited to see me after work, very stubborn when she want to play ball she will bring her ball to u she will try and toss the ball to u then bark she will continue doing this until u take her out & play ball. She is an attention whore, she loves other animals but don’t try & pet them around her she will not have it she will do almost anything to get the attention back on her. I never thought I could love a dog like this but she is my 4th child I cant imagen my life without her. Watch out they r very curious and adventurous Lucy loves to be out in the woods but she does try to wonder off, she like squirrels, chipmucks and bunnies she loves the chase, I don’t think she would hurt one, we have a 8 wk old kitten in the house she is very protective of it. I do hope that I will be able to find another CoJack soon Lucy needs a playmate when I move in the next 6 months

  2. Zitrena Fair says:

    I have a cojack name Taco. He is my Dog. I looooovvvveeee him.

  3. Clint Smith says:

    One other site had a column of dog traits similar to this one, that included availability, and it said “easy” Not so! I lost my Janie over a year ago and have had no luck finding another. I would prefer to adopt a young adult, and not pay 1200$ plus airfare for a puppy.

  4. Rita says:

    These breeds shed like crazy! Please correct that part of the description! =P
    I love my Cojack to the moon and back. He is the absolute best, most loving, well-behaved cutie pie I’ve ever had.

    • admin says:

      Hi Rita,
      Thank you for sharing your thoughts. What we have described here is the general characteristics of Cojack. However, there can always be some variability among individual dogs within a specific breed.

  5. Alan Barlow says:

    I lost mine just before christmas age 9 appox with cancer,he was a great dog. Got him from a dogs home. I would love to get a new one,

    • Jayne Lux says:

      Hello, Alan. I’m considering re-homing a six m.o. female I acquired a few weeks ago. Upon meeting her I learned her breed type had been misrepresented in the ad, but she was in need of an immediate rescue so I took her home. She appears to be a “cojack” and has the expected personality. Do you live in the Northwest?

  6. Linda says:

    I just adopted an 11 year-old Cojack from one of the local dog rescues (sad story, she was sent to another town shelter by her owners to be euthanized, as they got a puppy and decided to get rid of their older dogs), and she is the sweetest thing! House-trained, bonded to me very quickly. She does bark to alert me to a stranger at the door, and is getting used to being alone on the days I have to work. Loves her long evening walks! I highly recommend this breed, and if you can, go the rescue/shelter route!

  7. Robert William Kufleitner III says:

    I lost my cojack over 6 months ago. She got really sick and had to out her down. I was wondering where I could get one and how much one would cost me. I really want another cojack dog

    • Kerry Slaubaugh says:

      Did not know if you were still looking for a cojack. I just had a litter this morning 6 females and 1 male. Bradenton FL

  8. Cathie Howell says:

    Interested in a Cojack puppy, but having a hard time finding any that are for sale. I live in Harper, OR, so puppy would probably need to be shipped to me. Please help me find a Cojack puppy.

    • Kerry Slaubaugh says:

      Did not know if you were still looking for a cojack. I just had a litter this morning 6 females and 1 male. Bradenton, FL

      • Elaine says:

        I was wondering if you could tell me a little about the breed such as do they have the short legs? Tail? Are the crosses with pembrook or welsh? Do they tend to be
        More like the corgi or jack? Sorry for so many questions. Oh one more please are they usually solid colored ticked or spotted. Thank you

        • Clint Smith says:

          “Are the crosses with Pembroke or Welsh”? There are two types of corgis, BOTH of them are Welsh. Cojacks are crossbred with the more common Pembroke Welsh Corgi. The other, less common variety is the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, which is generally slightly larger, has slightly rounder, less pointy ears, and a tail. Cardigans are also reported to be more laid back in tempermant.

      • Rita says:

        Will you be having more litters in the future?

      • JLJohn says:

        Kerri, I adopted the cutest rough coat Cojack from a shelter in KY. She was purchased as a therapy dog but the person did not realize she had to train her. Long story short, she is the best and I’m trying to find her breeder. Any chance you are or you know a cojack rough coat breeder?

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