Cojacks is chunky bundle of joy for the whole family. As the child of a Jack Russell Terrier and Welsh Corgi they remind us the best things come in fun size packages.
Do Cojacks Shed?
Cojacks actually shed very little, if any. As long as you stay on top of the amount of hair they shed by combing them regularly, you should be good.
Are Cojacks Good with Children?
Yes, they have temperatment of a corgi wiich makes them excellent with kids. They love playing with people that just get them. That means lots of pets and treats as Cojacks are people pleasers.
Are Cojacks Good With Other Dogs?
Cojack love to burst out with tons of energy at the sight of another dog. As lower set dogs they go for the legs when playing with another dog.
Are Cojacks Healthy?
Cojacks unfortunately can inherit some of their hip problems from their Corgi parents.
Stop, before you even think about getting a Cojack. You want them to come home protected. Give them the amazing quality of life they deserve, without dreading about a sky high vet bill hanging over your head.
Imagine having a 4 week old puppy and rushing your puppy to the vet in the first couple weeks. Then struggling to make up your mind on which treatment you should give them.
Give yourself peace of mind, before you even think about getting a new puppy.
What’s a Cojack? Well a Cojack is an ingenious combination of Toy Fox Terrier and a Yorkie. Since both the Yorkshire and Toy Fox Terrier are closely related. They make for a very natural pairing. Both bringing their unique characteristics to the party. Making the Cojack there own unique masterpiece.
How Often Go On Walks?
Cojacks need and enjoy their walks as much as the next dog. Once a day around a block or two, is a great rule of thumb for small dogs. Smaller dog shouldn’t be walked as much on pavement because they have smaller feet that not as tough as bigger dog breeds. But smaller dogs like the Cojack love to get their exercise in, by running around a stretch of grass on the lawn or inside.
What Do Cojacks Eat?
Just like any other dog breed or designer dog, they need a quality dog food. Premium dog food that have the essential vitamins and extra nutrient to make sure you Cojack looks their best. The Cojack being a smaller dog is more at risk of getting diabetes and obesity. That’s because we can often be at fault for feeding them a little too many treats. Not taking them on walk enough.