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Jack Chi Pictures

Chihuahua / Jack Russell Terrier Mixed Breed Dogs

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A black and white photo of a Jack Chi wearing a doggie hoodie sitting in a sidewalk

Elmo the Jack Chi or Jackhuahua, as his owner calls him, at 2 ½ years old—his owner says, "He is honestly the best dog I've ever had in my life. He has a very 'go with the flow' kind of personality. He does whatever I want to do, whenever I want to do it. He never complains. He's always wagging his tail. He is extremely trainable and amazingly smart and capable. He seems to have contracted the best qualities in each breed. He's not yappy, nippy, aggressive toward children, shaky, timid, excessively hyper or distrustful. He's always just the happiest boy around anyone. He loves other animals even if they don't like him, and he wants to be everyone's friend. He also loves to pose for pictures...he's a total ham! We adopted him from a shelter nearby us (Atlanta, GA) almost a year ago, and we haven't had a single problem with him ever. He is really a perfect mix between the two breeds. He literally got every single good quality of both breeds. I have only seen one other Jackhuahua, but he was also cute as a button and fun to be around."

Other Names
  • Jack-Chi
  • Jackahuahua
  • Jackhuahua
A tan with white small breed dog with short hair and longer hair on its tail sitting on top of a person. The dog has small fold over v-shaped ears and big round black eyes and a black nose.

"This is my Pepper, a Jack Russell / Chihuahua mix breed dog that I rescued from the pound. She is a 16-week-old puppy in this picture."

A tan with white little breed dog being held in the arms of a person wearing a red flanel shirt. The dog has wiry looking hair on its snout, small fold over ears and a black nose and dark round eyes.

Pepper the Jack Russell / Chihuahua mix breed dog rescued from the pound at 16 weeks old.

A tan with white Jack Chi is laying on a blanket on a brown leather couch with a bone in front of it

"This is my little baby Pip. She is a longhaired Chihuahua x Jack Russell. She is a lovely dog. She is 2 years old in these pictures. Such a joy to have. She is great with kids and other dogs—clever and playful!"

Close Up head shot - A tan with white Jack Chi is laying next to a persons leg on a brown leather couch. The person is covered with a yellow blanket.

Pip the Jack Chi at 2 years old (longhaired Chihuahua x Jack Russell Terrier mix).

A white with black and tan Jack Chi puppy is laying in a field with fallen leaves and trees behind it

Mini Me the Jack Chi or Jackhuahua, as her owners call her, at 6 months old

A small black with tan Jack Chi puppy is wearing a blue and white striped shirt laying on a tan couch.

Murphy the Jack Chi as an 8-week-old puppy—"This is our Jack Russell / Chihuahua mix. He has been a wonderful addition to our family. He was an early Christmas present for our two daughters! We love our Murph Dog very much."

A small black with tan Jack Chi puppy is wearing a bright blue and black sweater and it is sitting on a tiled floor

Murphy the Jack Chi as an 8-week-old puppy wearing a blue sweater

A tiny black with tan Jack Chi puppy is wearing a sweater and is being held close to a persons chest

Murphy the Jack Chi as an 8-week-old tiny puppy wearing a blue sweater

A white with brown Jack Chi is standing on a hardwood floor and looking up

Luke the white and tan Jack Chi at 9 months old

A white with brown and black Jack Chi is standing on a tan tiled floor and looking up

Niko the Jack Russell / Chihuahua mix (Jack Chi)

A white with brown and black Jack Chi is laying against the back of a blue couch

Niko the Jack Russell / Chihuahua mix (Jack Chi)

A tan with white Jack Chi is standing on a tan carpet in a dining room next to a wooden chair

"This is our girl, Sadie. She is a Jack Chi (Jack Russell / Chihuahua mix). She is 5 years old and weighs 27 pounds. She obeys well, walks on the leash with absolutely no tugging. She follows commands very well and is extremely well behaved. She is a quiet dog; never, never barks just to be barking. However, she will aggressively alert when someone approaches the home or the car while we are occupying them. She has never chewed on the furniture or anything in the home. She loves adults and children. Sadie is great about letting us know if she needs to go out to relieve her and then only goes to a designated area, not just anywhere in the yard. She alerts us if her water or food is becoming low. If she is done playing with a toy she brings it to us and will indicate which toy she would like to replace it with. We really find this amusing because she just never has more than one out at any given time. Sadie is high energy and loves to play. She could play fetch all day but patiently waits by your side when you are busy and not available to play. She does shed and needs to be brushed daily. She loves rabbits and squirrels; she will stand and point when she comes upon them, if they run she will pursue them. If they are within 100 feet of her and they have 50 feet to go to get to safety she has the speed to catch them. No one I know can believe how quick she is for a small dog. Fortunately she stops when I tell her to. On the leash she is no problem. She does not like other dogs or people whom she does not know or who we have not acknowledged to approach her back side. She will act aggressive if they do. My parents had a neighbor’s full-grown Rottweiler come into their yard and approach us in an aggressive manner and Sadie immediately went offensive. I was totally shocked because she is so peaceful and quiet. She stood her ground and the Rottweiler, which outweighed her by 75 to 100 pounds, put his tail between his legs and left the area. Overall, Sadie is a Lady!"