Jack Russell Terrier - Canine Companion or Demon Dog (Chapter 6, page 2 of 18)


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Chapter 6

· Try brushing most of the upper body toward the base of the tail, then grab a "swiffer" sheet and rub it down his back, trying to collect all of the loose hair at the base of his tail in one swoop.

· Don't over bathe your dog, and when you do bathe him don't use shampoos etc. unless he really needs it. A good warm water rinse is often enough.

When traveling with your Jack Russell be sure to make sure your travel arrangement are all well thought out well ahead of time, with an emphasis on comfort and safety for your pet. If traveling by air, be aware that each airline has different rules/regulations regarding air travel for pets. In extremely hot times of the year or in certain destinations pet travel may be prohibited or restricted due to the heat. There also may be restrictions on size, and as much as you'd like to have it travel with you it may have to travel as cargo. Please do your research before you travel with your Jack. There are also steps and safety tips that you should follow when traveling. Try to make sure you take your Jack Russell inside the cabin with you when traveling. You will have to make arrangements in advance with the airlines and may want to discuss some ideas and the unique needs of your pet with the airline; they may think of ideas or concerns that you haven't thought of.

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