The Jack Russell Terrier was developed in Devonshire by a 19th Century English clergyman named Parson John Russell, “Jack” to his friends. He wanted an efficient hunting dog and decided to design the dog he had in mind. The result was an athletic, exuberant dog who won hunters over with its intelligence, determination, and intense desire to hunt.
The chic and whimsical “Jack” neckerchiefs have arrived from Italy. Jack visits an English garden outside of London. Here you will see a fountain with a reared up horse and climbing vines (Tudor roses) on a stone archway.