This page is dedicated to all the dogs who have helped build and grow Pebblecreek Jack Russell Terriers. Scroll down to view images and bios on each retired dog.
Max was the first Jack Russell we raised from birth. He could be very cranky sometimes and did not like children but he gave us 16 wonderful years before he had to cross over the rainbow bridge. Max was not a dog that would ever push himself past his comfort zone so when he decided he didn't want to race or run lure anymore, he got to spend the last years just being the mascot of our home. He was a good mascot!
Max also has a trophy named after him with the Carolinas Jack Russell Terrier Club for the senior division of their annual high point awards.
Skittle Bug Davis
Skittle Bug came to us from Kentucky in 2003. She loved to hide under blankets and to have someone touching her but she ruled the house and all other dogs in the house. Skittle Bug loved to run!! She would race and do lure course but she has won a few championship in brush hunt over the years. We lost Skittle Bug suddenly in October of 2016 and our hearts have not been the same without her.
Skittle Bug will be remembered with a perpetual trophy in Lure Course at the CJRTC Spring Classic II for the dog with the fastest time.
Junior was our heart dog. He was the only puppy we kept from breeding Skittle Bug in 2005. He loved to do anything we ever asked and he never met a child he didn't love. Junior won many local championships in racing and lure course, his two favorite events. He even had a Hokey Pokey routine for showing in companion classes at sanctioned trials!!
Junior developed a cancerous growth late in 2014 and it was removed in early in 2015. It came back not long after that and was removed again but we had to retire him from racing after the second surgery. We said goodbye to Junior in April of 2016 and our world will never be the same without him but we remember him all the time.
He also has a perpetual trophy in his name at the CJRTC Spring Classic I for the fastest lure course time.
Angus was the only male puppy from our first breeding with Littlefields Milkman and Sow's Ear Fearless. Angus has a wonderful personality and just loves attention. He tried really hard to be a show dog but just couldn't handle the stress of traveling a lot. He always gave us his best but early last year he told us he was done and let him stay at home tending the new puppies or keeping some of his siblings company when they could not attend any trials. We hope to find the right home to place Angus in so that he can be the center of attention and get all the love he deserves.