Because the Cojack is a new hybrid breed, there hasn’t been a lot of time to get a full history on them. However, we can get some idea of what this dog may develop into based on the information that we have on his parent breeds; the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Jack Russell Terrier. First, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is one of the most agreeable little house dogs and it isn’t hard to see why he is so loved. From tall erect ears and bright intelligent eyes, to adorable little legs, the Welsh Corgi will never cease to bring a smile to your face. This adorable breed originated in Wales somewhere around 1,000 years ago. It was believed that the Corgi were a gift from the fairies, who were though to ride them around like horses back in the ancient times. That’s why the breed seems to have “saddle marks” on their back and “harness marks” behind their shoulders. While this story may not be true, it definitely adds to the breed's charm! The Pembroke Welsh Corgi first became well known in the courts of King George VI or Britain in the year 1933 when he presented a puppy as a gift to his two daughters. The Corgi then went on to be registered by the American Kennel Club in the year 1934 and to this day their popularity holds firm. They are used for show and as wonderful family companion dogs. The Jack Russell Terrier certainly doesn’t fall short in the adorable, smile inducing category either. His playful disposition and ever erect stub tail pairs well with the lively light in his large dark eyes. These dogs were first created in the 1800’s when an Oxford student, Jack Russell, fell in love with a Terrier. As an avid fox-hunter, Jack used his Terrier to develop a Fox Terrier line that was known for its ever-present desire to follow foxes and from there, the rest is history. A club in America specific to the Jack Russell Terrier developed quickly and it wasn’t long after that the American Kennel Club decided to recognize the breed; this didn’t settle well with the American fans of the breed, however, as they had strict standards already developed within their own group. This breed is used for all kind of events including shows, working class events, and of course, as companion dogs.