Jack Russell Cushions
Calling all Jack Russell Terrier Fans!
My Jack Russell is called Milo - he really is the love of my life! I have had him for 8 years now, and although he can be a cheeky terrier, I wouldn't change it for the world! I love to buy things that remind me of him to have around the house. I recently looked for cushions and was delighted to find such a big range of Jack Russell cushions online. So I wanted to put them together in a lens to share with other Jack Russell fans.
If you are a Jack Russell fan like me, a great way to personalise your home is to add Jack Russell accessories. Here you will find a gorgeous selection of Jack Russell cushions. But be careful, don't let your Jack Russell chew it!
I found more Jack Russell cushions on amazon.co.uk than on amazon.com, possibly because Jack Russells are a tradition English breed. The products on this lens are a selection from both amazon.com and amazon.co.uk. Don't forget that if you are a US based Jack Russell fan, some of the cushions on the UK Amazon site will probably have an international shipping option, and paypal will convert your dollars into pounds. This 18 x 18 inch Evans Lichfield Bookends Jack Russell Polyester Fibre Filled Cushion, is available on www.amazon.co.uk.
Jack Russell Cushion on Amazon
This is my favourite Jack Russell cushion on Amazon. I love the short haired Jacks! This one is printed on both sides.
Remember that it is possible to get personalised cushions made from your own pictures and photos. So, why not have a cushion of your very own Jacks?!?! Follow this link to find out more.
About the Jack Russell Terrier
Jack Russell Terriers were original bred in the UK for ratting. They are feisty and energetic little things. Don't get a Jack Russell if you are looking for a chilled out lapdog! A Jack Russell will need plenty of exercise and playing. As they are terriers, they love games such as tug a war. They like to attack and shake their toys rather than retrieve them!
Jack Russells are very affectionate dogs, and will stand their ground to protect their owner. Sometimes they can be dominant, so need assertive training and strict ground rules. If you have this in place, a Jack Russell can be the most fun and entertaining dog breed.
To find out more about the Jack Russell Terrier, click here.