Imagine - there are a lot of dog breeds. We mean proper purebred breeds.
And there are sites that helps to find information on purebred you are interesting in.

But could you imagine how many hybrid dogs out there? Let's say if you have just 4 breeds by crossing them you could get 6 crossbreeds. Cross from set of 5 purebred breeds will give you 10 mutts! And it's just a sample. In reality you have hundreds of base pure breeds.

So we decided would be nice to create a website that helps to navigate though all the possible breed mixes -

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Jack-A-Bee - fantastic dog mix!

By: Tracy

What do you get when you cross a Jack Russel Terrier and a Beagle? A Jack-A-Bee! This adventurous breed would make a fantastic, energetic pet. Like the Jack Russel these pets will need a load of walks, and room to run around, but since both breeds are highly intelligent, your puppy will be easy to train and housebreak. If well socialized, and raised together at a young age the Jack-A-Bee should be fine with dogs, cats, and younger children. If you plan on rescuing, or adopting an older dog they would do best in a single family home. Not suited for city dwellers, the Jack-A-Bee needs room to roam, and run so a fenced in yard is a must.

Your Jack-A-Bee will resemble the Jack Russell in size, but with black and tan spotted coat of the Beagle. They range between twelve, and twenty five pounds and have short coarse hair that will require daily brushing. Female Jack-A-Bees tend to be a bit smaller than the males. We always encourage readers to read up on Jack Russell Terriers Complete Owner's Manual both breeds before thinking about purchasing one.

Because of fantastic breeding from the Jack Russel side health issues are a minimal with the Jack-a-Bee creating a pet that can last well into it's teen years [in human years] with little health issues and concerns. If you want a pet for life, this is the perfect one! The only thing to ask your breeder about, is epilepsy, which can be common in Beagles.


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We had a JRT mix that lived for 15 yrs. I found her in a alley when she was roughly 3 weeks old. She finally died after a long bout with diabetes. We are now looking for a young Jack-a-bee that has been abandoned. Thanks
we have a jack rusell beagle mix named Daffy. She is a perfect pet easy to train and loves entertaining, she is very hyper and loves to chae squirrels.
I have just adopted a jack a bee puppy she is 7 weeks old and very lovable and playful and very curious about there any advice any one can give me about training her and taking the proper care of her. I really love this puppy and want to give her the best care I can any advice would be appreciated.
I have a Jack-A-Bee named Butch. You are right about one thing they are very very smart. My Butch can figure out anything. He likes to chew so we have gates in our door ways to keep him where we are. He has mastered the art of opening the gate and going where he wants to. He also could sniff out a pea in a pile of rubbage. He is smart, funny, opinionated ( you should hear him argue when he gets mad), and could care less if he is politically correct or not. He lives in his own time, his own place, and he is the most wonderful pet every. Even if he refuses to conform!!
Looking for a jack-a-bee puppie...if anyone knows where to get them ... Thanks, Julie
I am the "mamma" of a year and a half old jack-a-bee. Bean is the best dog I've ever had! He's up for a long hike up the mountain or just cuddling in my lap while we watch TV. He is great with our two children. He wakes them up every morning. We call it "the Beannie alarm". He is very smart and gets set in his routine quickly. For anyone looking for a great family pet, a jack-a-bee is the way to go. One warning: they shed!!! But, a little (ok, a lot!) of hair is worth all the love you get in return :-)
We adopted a jack a bee last july. He is the best dog we could ever ask for. He is energetic and fun. But even better he is a huge snuggle bug! My husband and I swear he is part human. He is great with the kids. Needs to run every day in our backyard. Loves walks. He is very smart. He came from an abused situation. When we got him he was malnourished, his hair was coarse and sparse, he did not know how to take affection, tryed to be the boss of the kids, couldn't do stairs, etc. With constant love, training, and loving quiet disapline he has done a 180. He sleeps in between my hubby and I long ways, head up and body under the covers. Just like a human. lol We love him and wish he could live as long as us!
i like the dogs but im int pits and i wanted to mix a blue nose pitbull and a kurdish kangle
I got a puppy two years ago and was told that it was a JRT but as time went on I swear she is a jack a bee her nose gets her into trouble more times than not and she loves to hunt. she always goes with my husband when he goes, Daisy is the best little dog ever I wouldn't trade her for anything.
I have a male jack russel beagel he is a loaded ball of energy I need tips on how to house break him and training him
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Just adopted a Jack-A-Bee puppy about a month ago. He is wonderful! The humane society warned us that he was going to a handful and that he had problems being crated. We've worked through the crate issues and as long as Charlie gets his daily walk he's a little calmer. He loves to play and he is a great cuddle buddy! I am so happy we got him!
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