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Parson Russell Terrier dog
Parson Russell Terrier dog - Parson Russell Terrier dog--- An Introduction Everything about the Parson Russell Terrier says fox- hunting: conformation, character, attitude and intelli- gence. He is of balanced and flexible build with straight legs and a narrow chest. The breed is distinguished by
a weatherproof double coat—either smooth or broken coated. The height will range from 12 to 15 inches at the withers, and the breed typically weighs between 15 and 18 lbs., balance being the main factor. He is predomi- nantly white with black, tan or tricolored markings, or
all white. Characteristic in the broken coat is a hint of eyebrow and beard. Still widely used with foxhounds in England, his country of origin, the Parson Russell Terrier is popular throughout the world. He is first and foremost a work-ing terrier: single-minded, tenacious, courageous and
clever in the hunt field. At home he is energetic, playful, overwhelmingly affectionate and highly active. He can be difficult if not properly trained and is not the dog for everyone. Although he is excellent with children, he will not tolerate abuse from toddlers—nor should he—and may nip in self-defense. Don’t expect your Parson to be idle. From the time he is a puppy until old age, he will require a great deal of attention and exercise. He will
insist on being involved in whatever you’re doing. The Parson is very intelligent and easily trained; however, if left to his own devices with little supervision, he can become a handful. He has a strong hunting instinct and should not be allowed to run at large. >>>> History>>>> The Parson Russell Terrier was first bred in the south of England in the mid-1800s to hunt red fox both above
and under the ground. In the traditional sport of fox- hunting, the Parson Russell ran with horse and hound across the countryside. When the hounds drove the fox to ground, the Parson Russell dug in and followed the fox, baying to bolt him back above ground. The breed is named for the well-respected huntsman, Reverend John Russell (1795-1883), a founding member of The Kennel Club in 1873 who maintained his own pack of foxhounds. Rev. Russell bred a strain of white fox terrier known countrywide for its distinctive type, weatherproof jacket, and hunting acumen. So well respected were the Parson’s terriers, they became known as “the Parson’s Terriers,” or the “Jack Russell Terrier.” Parson Russell was referred to as “the father of the wirehaired fox terrier.” He later crossed some of his While the smooth-coated Parson requires very little in the way of grooming, the broken-coated Parson will require periodic trips to the groomer to keep his coat in good shape. Ideally, the broken coat is hand- stripped. The Parson is clean and generally does not require frequent bathing.
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