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Because of similarities in appearance, Mountain Feists are sometimes mistaken for Jack Russell
Terriers, particularly in shelters and pounds. However, certain physical characteristics separate the
two, and can be easy to identify if you know what to look for. The coat of a feist is generally softer
and smoother than that of a rough coated Jack Russell. Its legs are longer and the tail of a Mountain
Feist is usually shorter than that of a Jack Russell.
Despite some physical similarities, however, the behavior and temperament of a Mountain Feist and
a Jack Russell are often quite different.
Most feists are fairly quiet dogs, and lack the tendency to excessive barking demonstrated by some
Jack Russells. Jack Russells tend to be more combative. Finally, while active, most Mountain Feists
do not generally exhibit the frenetic energy of Jack Russells.
Some Mountain Feist bloodlines were bred down from Jack Russell Terriers. The Jack Russell
Terrier was crossed on tree dogs. Mostly Treeing Walker hounds. While not in these Mt Feists 6
generations pedigrees. Some Jack Russell traits are still visible. These Feist's descendants usually
are mostly white in color with brown or black around the head and neck, with tall stand up, or button
ears. These dogs are usually hunted in packs in the Appalachian and Ozark mountains. They use
their eyes and ears exceptionally well.
Treeing Mountain Feist Squirrel Dogs
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