All The Terriers
The species was named after Reverend Russell. It's a small hunting dog, and it's a very good show of itself in the middle of the 1800s. The species standard was very broad and allowed a wide range of accepted body types. As of 1 April 2003, the American Association had changed the name of Jack Russell Terier to Parson Russell Terier. The type of worker stayed called Jack Russell Terrier, while American show-and-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the-the Parson Russell Terier♪ Some of Jack Russell Terier's characteristics include hunting, tracking, trapping and stunting.
The length of the body shall be proportional to the height and shall form a compact, balanced view. The head shall be well balanced and proportionate to the body. The worm must be flat, moderately wide in the ears, suing for the eyes. The nose must be black, the jaw is powerful with strong muscle cheeks. Eyes must be a min-divid form, dark colour and full life and joy, small, V-shaped shape, temperate thickness ears. He's got strong teeth, the top closes a little bit. Two bites are acceptable: the level to the level and the scissors, the latter being preferable. The neck is clean, muscle, good length, gradually expanding in the shoulders. The curtains must be sent back. The front legs must be strong and straight, the joints are correctly equated. The breast must be small, narrow, and the front paws are not too broad-based. The back must be strong, straight and, compared to the height of the therière, give a balanced picture. The lumbar must be slightly intact. The back should be strong and muscular. The blade shall be fairly high, in proportion to the length of the body. Shelter is smooth, but not rare, to provide some degree of protection. Paint: White must prevail (i.e. more than 51 per cent white) with brown, black or brown marks. Tiger markings and black reds are allowed within the breed but rarely. Display: The movement shall be free, alive, well aligned with the front and the rear. The Irish type called Jack Russell Shortys has shorter laps than English. Height 25 - 38 cm, weight 6 - 8 kg. Life expectancy is about 15 years or more.