The German Jagdterrier (pronounced "Yack-terrier"), also called the German Hunt Terrier, was developed over eight y years ago in Germany by crossing the original old English Fox Terrier and the Black and Tan Hunting Terrier. These crossings, with years of selective, intensive breeding have produced the modern German Jagdterrier, a dog bred and used primarily for hunting. Jagdterriers were developed to be all around hunting dogs. Though often used for quarry that dens underground, especially badger, fox, and racoon, Jagdterriers are also used to drive wild boar and rabbits out of thickets, and to blood track wounded animals such as deer. Due to their intelligence and adaptability, Jagdterriers can make good pets, but it should be remembered that they are primarily a hunting dog with a strong prey drive.
May 16, 2015
Airedale/Jagdterrier Cross Puppies
Also known as HeideTerriers
HeideTerriers are basically a crossbreeding of the German JagdTerrier and the Airedale Terrier. Sie sind nicht als Rasse anerkannt und es gibt auch keine Bestrebungen in diese Richtung. They are not currently recognized as a breed with any registry