Breed

Jagdterrier


AKC Grouping
Foundation Stock Service
Temperament
  • courageous
  • intelligent
  • hardworking

Demeanor
athletic and lively

Choosing the Best Dog Food for an Overweight Jagdterrier

Let's study the German history of the Jagdterrier and see the importance of the correct dog food for your overweight Jagdterrier. As a hunting dog the Jagdterrier's lifestyle could be different depending on the family they have and this may contribute to them being overweight.


Breed

Jagdterrier


AKC Grouping
Foundation Stock Service
Temperment
  • courageous
  • intelligent
  • hardworking
Demeanor
athletic and lively

The Jagdterrier is a result of a massive breeding program between the two world wars. The selection for dogs to breed was rigorous and the desire was to back breed to a pure primitive dog resembling a Jagdterrier from earlier times. The Jagdterrier is also known as the German Hunt Terrier. The Jagdterrier is the result of a genetic engineering project. Later in 1956 when the Jagdterrier was introduced to America kennel clubs were created to celebrate them. As a breed that was created to be a good all-round hunting companions they are adaptable and intelligent, making great pets.


Energy
active
Grooming
a weekly good brushing
Training
often independent
Shedding
regularly

During the 1930's beginnings of the Jagdterrier there probably was not a shopping center to pickout even a basic formulation of dog food and they may have been left to eat scraps. Today people still enjoy the hunting skills of the Jagdterrier and their flush and retrieval ability. At first there was not a demand for the Jagdterrier in the US, because not many people hunt fox. However the Jagdterrier is great with flush and retrieval on land and in water. A great hunting companion the Jagdterrier aims to please you and may benefit from a job. Dog food that is nutritionally accurate is available today and the Jagdterrier can be treated by their owners to health. Hunting excursions may not be as frequent today as in the past making the Jagdterrier possibly need less caloric intake.


Spot & Tango is a family run and family operated company. When you buy our dog food, we like to consider you a part of our extended family. As family, we want the best food for your Jagdterrier so that they can have the best opportunity at a long, healthy, and happy life. Many industrial dog foods have lots of fillers and additives that are not especially beneficial for a Jagdterrier's diet. In many cases, that low quality can contribute to a Jagdterrier being obese. We utilize nothing but the very best ingredients: human grade food made up of pure meat, vegetables, and fruits. We guarantee that none of our food includes gluten, wheat, soy, or artificial flavors.


Spot and Tango has developed reliable and relatable relationships with all our customers. From the beginning we ask a number of questions about your Jagdterrier, such as daily activity and things your Jagdterrier likes to do or play with. Then we calculate roughly how many calories your Jagdterrier may need to maintain a healthy weight. If your Jagdterrier is already overweight, we can work with you to create a game plan to help them get back within a healthy weight range. Spot & Tango's dog food for an overweight Jagdterrier is made with 100% natural and real ingredients. Recipes such as beef and millet or turkey and quinoa are created with the correct ratios to either get your Jagdterrier's weight down or maintain the healthy weight they are at. Sent with a personalized letter and instructions for feeding amounts, Spot and Tango offers the perfect dog food for overweight Jagdterriers.