Mixed breed dogs are incredibly interesting, possessing a vast array of qualities and traits and usually a one-of-a-kind appearance. Take the Cojack, for example. Half Pembroke Welsh Corgi and half Jack Russell Terrier, these little dogs usually have a quite peculiar appearance. An almost too-big-for-the-body head, a long snout, a long barrel-shaped body, and short, muscular legs. But don’t let the appearance fool you. Cojacks are the perfect balance of laid-back and active.
According to an in-depth overview written by 101dogbreeds.com, the Cojack’s cute and goofy looks and friendly disposition make them excellent family pets. They bond quickly with their families and are very loyal and sociable with those who care for them. Because of their short stature, Cojacks are wonderful pets for families with small children. A playful and happy disposition make them safe bets around children and other family pets. Being half Jack Russell Terrier makes them hearty and sporty enough to keep up for long walks or a game of fetch in the garden. The Corgi attributes of calmness and adaptability come into play perfectly as Cojacks enjoy lounging and cuddling. These dogs enjoy cuddling beside their owners and the occasional nap throughout the day.
One possible downside to this particular dog breed is that the Cojack may be prone to developing separation anxiety. Because of its intense loyalty and connection to its owners, these dogs prefer not to spend a lot of time alone. To avoid this issue from developing it’s important to provide one’s Cojack with plenty of exercise and activity prior to leaving him alone for a couple of hours. The exercise will allow him to exert some energy and ensure that he is calm when you intend on leaving the house.
The Cojack is also known for being incredibly clever and a fast learner. These dogs are perfect for learning new tricks and enjoy finding ways to please their owners. Households with children will find that this enthusiastic breed will be the perfect addition the family. Cojacks are entertaining and loving and will provide children an opportunity to work with and build a loving connection with a pet.