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“I have loved this breed from the first moment I saw a young female jumping on everyone at a horse show back in 1989. I fell head over heels in love with this breed, and finally, after searching for months, was able to find a female puppy in 1990. Years later, I found out about joining the JRTCA, and the local club for enthusiasts, the South Coast Jack Russell Terrier Club.
Since then, I have been breeding Jack Russell Terriers, so more people are able to fall in love with them too. They are energetic, fun and strong, changing our clients’ lives for the better.
Jack Russell’s are very intelligent, and often have a mind of their own, which results in their sometimes being stubborn and single minded about what you tell them to do. They have to be worked with and their intelligence taken into consideration often to get the results you want. That is why they aren’t the dog for everyone, because they don’t do things robotically.
Our show quality purebred pedigreed puppies are a perfect fit for a family that can take care of them”.
– Rebecca Quick
Castlereigh Jack Russell Terriers are agile, energetic and athletic, whom despite its small size has a lot of strength and resistance.
That’s exactly what we offer: quality purebred pedigreed Jack Russell Terriers.
As a proof of that, here’s a success story of a new owner, a few months after welcoming a Southern California Jack Russell Terrier puppy into her life:
“… MacKenzie has been a marvel at making us smile. She loves the dog park, and seems to be a good ambassador for all dogs. She can get the crankiest dog playing and having fun…”
– Christine Glazier
Our top quality boys and females are the secret behind our purebred pedigreed Jack Russell Terriers. These good-looking pops and moms are energetic and agile, passing their amazing qualities and traits from generation to generation.
We’re also happy to say that our puppies’ parents have been tested for PLL. It stands for Primary Lens Luxation, and if a dog has it, they can have problems with their eyes when they get older, which sometimes causes them to have to have an eye removed due to excess pain. Also, all of our stud dogs have been tested for DM (Degenerative Myelopathy).
And recently our Pops and Moms were tested for SCA, all of them were negative.
Get to know our wonderful Castlereigh Pops and Moms: