The Jackapoo is a newcomer to the dog scene and is not currently recognised by any of the major international breed organisations, which includes the Kennel Club. They were developed by crossing a Poodle with a Jack Russell Terrier and as such, Jackapoos can inherit some of the traits and characteristics of their parent breed. However, it is a matter of luck how the puppies turn out, especially if it is the first generation. Jackapoos are known to make wonderful companions and family pets thanks to their charming appearance and loyal, tenacious, playful and affectionate nature.
Read our Jackapoo Buying Advice page for information on this dog breed.