Jorky is a cross between Yorkshire Terriers and Jack Russells, small dogs growing up to a maximum of 30 cm at the withers. Jorky has a friendly and fearless personality, and they get along easily with other animals and people.
It is very difficult to predict what kind of puppy will be born, even if you know its parents. The approximate size of a Jorky is up to 30 cm at the withers. Jorky most often has a long and soft coat of black-brown or white-black-brown color.
Jorky has a friendly and fearless personality, and they get along easily with other animals and people. These pets do not tolerate loneliness and need constant attention from their owners, the lack of which is reported by loud howls and destructive behavior. They are extremely loyal to their family and love their owners infinitely. These are exclusively pets, which, nevertheless, need regular walks and exercise.
Any dog born as a result of crossing two breeds has its own characteristics in character that are difficult to predict in advance. But proper upbringing will make your pet an ideal family friend.
The Jorky cross is decorative, used exclusively as a companion dog, and therefore the number of teams that they are trained in is minimized. You definitely need to pay attention to the correction of behavior and the formation of the correct character in order for the animal to behave skillfully with different people in different situations.
In addition, it is imperative to emphasize obedience, so that you can stop this or that impulse at will. After all, if a toy dog starts attacking a large dog, and you do not have time to run away fast enough, the result will be disastrous. First of all, for you and your pet.
Jorky hair can grow very long, and therefore, the specifics of grooming will depend on what hairstyle you choose for your pet. Depending on the length of the coat, you will need to comb it at least once a week or more.
Always keep your pet’s ears and eyes clean, and trim nails in time. You need to bathe your dog about 2-3 times a week. If your pet sleeps in the same bed as you, which is what happens, sometimes you have to bathe him more often.
In addition to possible genetic pathologies, Jorky is prone to dental diseases, which means that it is necessary to monitor the condition of the pet’s oral cavity and brush his teeth 2 – 3 times a week.
These dogs do not tolerate cold and are not suitable for outdoor keeping.
Jorky’s nutritional requirements are standard. Either premium and super-premium food or balanced natural food. In the latter case, the ratio of meat (beef, veal, boiled poultry, and offal) and vegetable components should be 2: 1.
Jorky looks more like Yorkshire Terriers. However, they get their character from Jack Russell – the hybrids are just as curious and energetic. These crumbs need physical activity: it makes them calm and peaceful dogs at home. These dogs maintain the most friendly and affectionate relationship with the entire human family.