Stud Service

Our stud dogs are available for stud service to approved females. Please contact us for more information about our breeding services.

Shown below are our available studs:

Vixen is our newest stud dog prospect. He is from an outside Irish line and we are excited to see how he turns out. He will be available for stud service starting in the fall of 2017

Sex:
Male
Color:
Size:
Date of Birth:
Age:

Our first imported Irish Black and Tan Jack Russell

Sex:
Male
Color:
Black and Tan
Size:
Date of Birth:
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Age:
7 years

Smuckers was imported from Ireland at 4 years old to add to our breeding program. Smuckers has excellent lines and has proven to be a great addition to our farm. He is very loving and affectionate...

Sex:
Male
Color:
Brown/White
Size:
10" / 15 pounds
Date of Birth:
Age:

Irish Black & Tans (New!)

We are very excited to announce the addition of our Irish Black and Tan Jack Russells to Patch Wood Farm. After much research we decided to import our first Black and Tan, Daegan, from Country Crest Farm in Costelloe, Ireland. With color being the only difference between the Irish Black and Tans (or Hunt Terriers, as they are called in the US) and the Irish Jack Russell Terriers, we decided to add some to our lines. Although they are very rare here in the states, they can be seen throughout Europe and are the perfect farm and family companions just like the typical, predominately-white Jacks we see more frequently.

Background information:

Back when the original Jacks were bred, their coloring was black and tan and solid brown. The piebald (white-spotted) dogs that came out were an accident but the hunters using them liked them better because they could see the little white dogs easier out in the fields from miles away than the black or brown dogs. They then started to breed specifically for the little white ones. It took the Jack breeders years to get those solid genes bred out so only piebald (mostly white with spots) puppies would result.

Since we are not breeding here for hunting purposes, we decided to add some black and tans back into our line.

With color being the only difference between the Irish Black & Tans (or Hunt Terriers, as they are called in the US) and the Irish Jack Russell Terriers, we decided to add some to our lines. Although they are very rare here in the states, they can be seen throughout Europe and are the perfect farm and family companions just like the typical, predominately-white Jacks we see more frequently.

Back when the original Jacks were bred, their coloring was black, tan, and solid brown. The piebald (white-spotted) dogs that came out were an accident but the hunters using them liked them more because they could see the little white dogs out in the fields from miles away more easily than the black or brown dogs. They then started to breed specifically for the little white ones. It took the Jack breeders years to get those solid genes bred out, so only piebald (mostly white with spots) puppies would result.

Since we are not breeding here for hunting purposes, we decided to add some black and tans back into our line.

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