Jagdterriers are generally healthy dogs, but they may be prone to certain health issues such as hip dysplasia and eye problems. Regular vet check-ups are important.
Jagdterriers are high-energy dogs that require at least 1-2 hours of exercise per day. They enjoy activities such as hiking, running, and playing fetch.
Jagdterriers are not recommended for apartment living as they require a lot of exercise and space to run. They are better suited for homes with a yard or access to outdoor areas.
Jagdterriers can be good with children if they are socialized properly and trained to be gentle. However, they have a high prey drive and may not be suitable for households with small children.
Jagdterriers have a high prey drive and may not be suitable for households with small pets such as cats or rabbits. They can get along with other dogs if socialized properly.