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Parson Russell Terrier:Key Characteristics of Parson Russell Terrier Dog Breed
Also Known As: Parson Jack Russell Terrier, Hunt Terrier
About Parson Russell Terrier
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Parson Russell Terrier
is descended from early white-bodied fox-working
Terriers used in the hunt field.
Once listed as Jack Russell
Terrier but now is its own separate breed
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This breed is small, rugged, well-balanced,
compact, flexible and athletic dog. White (at least
51%) with reddish black, tan, or brown markings,
especially in the head and tail. The skull is flat
between the ears, then tapering. The nose is black
and the almond-shaped eyes are dark. The v-shaped
button ears fold forward. The docked tail is carried
gaily and set fairly high.
Comes in smooth, broken, and wire-haired
varieties. The broken coat is a cross of rough and
smooth coat - long body hair, a slightly fuzzy face
and a smooth head.
inches (31-36 cm)
pounds (6-8 kg)
Temperament of the Breed
The Parson Russell Terrier is a
perky, alert, bold, energetic, intelligent, willful,
determined, spirited, careful, amusing, playful,
obedient, fearless, merry, devoted, and loving dog.
They are friendly and generally kind to children.
The Parson Russell can be aggressive with other
dogs if not well trained and socialized. They have
strong hunting instincts and should not be trusted
with other small animals. They like to chase, explore,
bark, climb, jump and dig.
The Parson Russell Terrier will
do okay in an apartment if it is sufficiently exercised.
They are very active indoors and will do best with
at least an average-sized yard. If the Parson is
kept in an apartment, the dog should have a person
home with it during the day unless the dog is crate
trained. If leaving the Parson home all day while
one works, leaving a radio or TV on and/or having
a playmate for your Terrier is suggested, as the
Parsons are very social creatures.
Exercise & Training
They need to be taken on a long,
daily, brisk walk. In addition, he will be in his
glory with space to run, hunt and play. The owner
better expect to get some exercise or be pestered
to death for belly rubs and tug of war games when
he/she gets home. They can be slightly difficult
to train and need a firm, experienced trainer. Be
careful not to let them off the lead unless they
are very well trained. They tend to get restless
and destructive if not kept fruitfully occupied
and well exercised. Many dogs of this breed excel
in activities such as obedience, agility, conformation,
Comb and brush regularly with a
firm bristle brush, and bathe only when necessary.
To show, owners must strip the coat. Like the rough
coat, the broken coated Parson needs to be stripped
Some are prone to dislocation
of the kneecaps, inherited eye diseases, hereditary
cataracts, primary lens luxation, congenital deafness,
medial patellar luxation, cerebellar ataxia, Legg-Calve-Perthes
Disease, myasthenia gravis, atopy, and von Willebrand's
disease, deafness, Legg Perthes-a disease of the
hip joints of small breeds of dogs.
Expectancy: 15 years and more
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