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15 Historical Facts About Jack Russells You Might Not Know

#7 Back in 1818, John Russell, nicknamed Jack, acquired his most famous dog – a white wire-haired Fox Terrier with brown spots.

#8 It was she who became the “mother” for the next generation of Jack Russells, as the owner crossed her with various terriers and other breeds to improve her qualities.

#9 Over time, the breed gained popularity among hunters and farmers.

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