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Beautiful dogs in both temperament and in appearance


About the Parson Russell Terrier The Parson Russell Terrier is a breed of small white terrier that originates from the Fox Terriers of the 18th century. The breed is named after the person credited with the creation of this type of dog, the Reverend John Jack Russell. It is the recognised conformation show variety of the Jack Russell Terrier and was first recognised in 1990 in the United Kingdom as the Parson  Russell Terrier. A mostly white breed with either a smooth or broken coat, it conforms to a narrower range of sizes than the Jack Russell. It is a feisty, energetic terrier, suited to sports and able to get along with children and other animals. Unlike its close relative, the Jack Russell Terrier, Parson Russell Terriers have noticeably longer legs that are about as tall as the length of the Terrier's body. It is a predominantly white breed with black, tan or tricolour markings and an easy to groom coat which is either rough, smooth or broken (similar to a smooth coat, but with some longer hair on the head, face, legs or body

The Parson Russell Terrier is an active, playful and sturdy companion.

Full of character he is always ready to enjoy whatever the day has to offer.  He is a handy, go anywhere, size and generally stays fit and well into old age.

They will romp happily with children, can excel at mini agility, enjoy socialising as a PAT Dog and even become a TV Star like Smurf who starred in the movie Sightseers and he also won Superstar Dogs 2014 


A popular breed for the show ring amongst exhibitors the PRT can be a particularly good choice for a junior handler.