"Raising Jack Russell Terrier puppies is our greatest pleasure ~ Breeding the Irish Connemara remains our greatest responsibility”

Do you think you live too far from Maine? Our Irish Jack Russell Terriers live across the country. We have terriers in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Michigan, Ohio, Maine, California and more. If you don’t live near us, we will try to work with you to get your pup to you safe and sound. For example: We have a courier who can meet you on the road, part way if you live in or near New York, New Jersey. If you live in Florida, there are several direct flight options available. If you are in Ohio or Virginia, maybe you want to drive part way and meet our courier as well? Or fly in for the weekend? We will try to accommodate you as best we can. It isn’t as difficult as you might think…half of our families live a great distance away. Give us a ring and let’s chat about the details.

All About Puppies

By the late 1800s, the Connemara Jack Russell Terrier was a mainstay on a small handful of farms across Ireland. This type of short-legged Jack Russell terrier developed a following of it's own and a select few enthusiasts made it a lifetime commitment to protect desired attributes, keeping out undesired traits and eventually producing their own type. The results from their efforts yielded a small, manageable terrier that came in three coat lengths, smooth, broken and rough (rough is occasionally referred to as wire, wired or long-haired) was on average 10" tall and clearly longer than tall.  

The Connemara is an Irish Jack Russell Terrier. Some call them English Russells, others call them Shorties or just a Shorty Terrier. Whatever you prefer to call them, they are still a Jack Russell Terrier.

Breeding a litter, whelping, raising & placing pups involves a tremendous amount of staying power, effort, education, money & knowledge of applied science.  It is anything but a casual undertaking & the responsibility that comes with it is not taken lightly by us at Connemara. 
The Connemara is an Irish Jack Russell Terrier. Some call them English Russells, others call them Shorties or just a Shorty Terrier. Whatever you prefer to call them, they are still a Jack Russell Terrier.
The Connemara is an Irish Jack Russell Terrier. Some call them English Russells, others call them Shorties or just a Shorty Terrier. Whatever you prefer to call them, they are still a Jack Russell Terrier.
Breeding a litter, whelping, raising & placing pups involves a tremendous amount of staying power, effort, education, money & knowledge of applied science.  It is anything but a casual undertaking & the responsibility that comes with it is not taken lightly by us at Connemara. 
The Connemara is an Irish Jack Russell Terrier. Some call them English Russells, others call them Shorties or just a Shorty Terrier. Whatever you prefer to call them, they are still a Jack Russell Terrier.
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