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They are normal curl coated and come in tan and black.

come in all colours and are mainly rough coated

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The Jack-A-Poo is well suited to children and is evenly tempered. It is often playful and is very agile.

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Jack-A-Poos tend to be about the size of a Jack Russell Terrier. They grow to be anywhere between 12 inches to 18 inches tall. The size of these bundles of joy is ideal for apartment living or for those who just desire a smaller dog.
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4-20 pounds
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General Health

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This breed is half Jack Russell Terrier and half Poodle. They were bred to be great companions that are easy going.

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This breed needs daily walks and brushed at least once a week.

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Ideal Environment

This breed likes to escape. Make sure you’ve covered all the exits in your yard.

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Why do jack-a-poos shed.

I think it because they are a cross between a jack and a poodle.I I have had both breeds in the past and both really need grooming. Jacks have very wiry hair and poodles very curly hair, when you put both together they need brushing at least once or twice a week. When I first got my jack-a-poo I thought he should be bathed at least once a fortnight which was a big mistake, I now brush him every other day and bathe him once every 3 months. I also have him clipped every 8 weeks.In winter just to keep him comfortable. From late spring I have his coat shaved every six weeks but that is just my preference as it seems to keep him cool as the weather gets warmer. I think it depends on whether you want your doggy to look like a jack or a poodle. My preference is a Jack but with my doggy his mum was a jack and his dad was a poodle. Not sure it that makes a difference.

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