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The German Jagdterrier (pronounced "Yack-terrier"), also called the German Hunt Terrier, was developed over eighty 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.

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Maxie - Fritz Litter
Born February 14, 2017
3 Males & 1 Female

Puppies 5 Weeks old
There are still a couple of Male Puppies left; contact us if you are interested



Puppies at 8 days old


We also breed Airedales.  If you are interested in Airedales,
please contact Dale Walchuk at 406-676-3162

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