AMERICAN HUNT TERRIER CLUB ASSOCIATION THE BLACK AND TAN JACK RUSSELL TERRIER

"LAZY C HH RED BULL RAMBO"

The History of the Black and Tan Hunt Terrier
Terriers derive their name from the Latin “terra” meaning  “earth”. Recognized and classified as a group by the Greek and Romans, they were dogs of varying size that hunted by digging into earth to catch rodents, rabbits, moles or any small animal. 
The Hunt Terrier is a coarse-coated black and tan terrier evolved into a breed developed in Ireland, whose qualities were hardiness, courage, unsurpassed skill as a ratter and a temperament ideally suited to living closely with people. Over the centuries the breed was perceived as the perfect all-round, all-purpose terrier…sturdy and strong enough to protect the potato patch, but unlikely to eat you out of house and home, courageous, indomitable, swift enough to catch small game but loyal and loving with children.
There has always been a need for such a dog. A small terrier, essential part of the life of the humbler Irish families who gained a precarious living from a few acres of land. Here was a dog with intelligence, courage and the ability to guard against intruders, kill rats and abounded, yet live in peace with the family and other animals. A dog that would hunt all day and then come in the house and keep your feet warm at night. 
RAMBO is one of the finest examples of the breed in the USA! Thank you Karen Adams at Hobbit Hill Jack Russell Terrier's for blessing us with this amazing little guy!

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RAMBO Hunting with Cody when he was a puppy!