Can anyone direct me to parents of other Cojacks (Jack Russell/Corgie)?
Go to http://www.dogster.com/ and sign up. There are lots of different breed "parents" there.
Hi There! I'm also a happy Cojack owner! Let me introduce you to Inga Binga. We inherited our dog from a deceased family member a couple of years ago. She was originally adopted from the humaine society. She has adapted to our family very quickly and lovingly. I absolutly LOVE her to pieces. She is very energetic, loves people, being petted, cuddled, and even though she weighs about 35-40lbs-she thinks she's a lap dog. She is extremely loyal and protective. She get's very excited when she see's other dogs, and makes a very loud, screeching and sometimes yelping sound. I'm always curious to hear about other Cojack owners experiences with this unique breed! I would love to hear from you!
This is Ms. Ziva! I adopted here from Shelter two weeks ago. I did not know her breed until I found this site:) She is an amazing little dog. She about a yr. old they said she was found tied to a post on the interstate *(really like to find that jerk). She has already shown us that she is a very smart, loyal and loving little dog. I look forward to many yrs. of us entertaining each other:)
I have a Cojack named Jack. My Fiance and I adopted him from a shelter knowing he was a Jack Russell mix but werent sure what he was mixed with until we went to a pet store with him and one of the employee's pointed out he looked like a Cojack and it made perfect sense. He is such a great dog. He jumps like a Jack Russell but is a lot calmer. I think he takes more of the Corgi traits. I'm a very proud mama of a cojack. We got him about 3 weeks ago and he is already attached (mostly to me which my fiance hates!) and is maybe a little spoiled already (my fault) but he's very smart.
This is Millie, 6 year old jrt x corgi!
I have had my CoJack, since she was 8 weeks old and only found out yesterday she was part of a 'group'!
I bought her as a Jack Russell, but as you got older, well, we knew she wasn't only Jack. Vet said that he believed she is a corgi cross. Over a year later (yesterday) I was bumbling about on the internet looking for photos of dogs to see if she looked anything like them and WOW!
She is the light of my life!
Cute Cojack, Frankiesdad!
I've got one too. Dakota is her name. She's the best dog I've ever had. Very loyal, friendly, loving, but also very stubborn too! Lol. I'm a very lucky person to have her.
I adopted her from the Washington DC shelter not knowing what kind of dog she was, but that didn't matter. It's been only after doing some research and talking to others that I believe she's a CoJack. She is the best. I'm lucky she allowed me to take her home.
Here is a link I started on the site about CoJacks:
We have 3 yes 3. It's crazy town at our house. But we wouldn't change a thing. First was a rescue male dumped on side of road. Very cute! But we know why he was dumped. Got training and he is going to do his Delta dog test soon! Knows 25 tricks. Other two are sisters got them on purpose! Trainer begged us not to, but oh well! All in training. All very smart. No pictures to put here yet. Sorry.
We just love knowing that there are other Corgi/JRT mixes out there! Cookie's a really sweet gal. The cat doesn't care to be herded, but the rest of us think it's a ton of fun!
This is my Bella, I'd never heard of the mix until I found her, and fell in love instantly. Best behaved dog I've ever owned, and has such personality!
This is Mazie. She is about 1 1/2 years old. She was a stray I found at a rescue in OH. Very smart dog. But must be kept busy all the time. She gets along with my other 4 dogs.
This is Dexter. He seems to be very comfortable in his new home. We rescued him from a no kill shelter
Hi, my name is Kim. I found my sidekick at the pound. Ihave been training dogs since I was in 5th grade.
And my mom bread and my grandmother different breeds. My 1st dog wasa a Viszula. After obedience school we had our test she got a perfect score and she was in heat. I've trained open and agility. Won ribbons, trophies. Train my cat to sit, down, bang, roll over and fetch. I bread English Staffordshire's. Never had a problem. But my lil Oliver is a stubborn brat. He's my service dog. I have epilepsy and bi - polar manic depression. I am training him to be a therapy dog for children in the hospital. He's so gravitated to them and handicapped people. My friends Dad has Alzheimer's he sticks to him like glue.
My biggest problem is that he'll do a trick that I taught him 2 maybe 3 times. Then looks me in the eyes -and turns his head in the opposite direction. He turned down filet mignon. My Mom cursed me with a child like me. Thank God we don't talk anymore - because she would rub it in for the rest of my life. My
Cojack's ear's rarely stand up ! He's white with a black ear, the other has black poke a dotes. He has black spots on his skin - but black hair doesn't grow' from them. I got him when he was about 8 months. The only spots he had were on his ear and one on his back. That is starting to show a few black hairs. Over the sun he freckled. We live in Thousand Oaks, Ca.
Our Stella just turned 1yr. We had no idea what we were getting into. We did get a trainer and she was great with Stella. Two weeks after training we left for Florida and have been here x's 6months. I walk her every day and have just started letting her run behind a hospital on weekends and we love her so much. You must remember you are boss. Stella has so much love for humans and other dogs. We could never give her up.
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