Parson Jack Russell Terrier Information

Did you know that a Parson Jack Russell Terrier is the new name for a Jack Russell?

The name was changed in 2003 and by 2008 all Kennel Clubs have acknowledged this name.

So all the things you had to take in mind when purchasing a Jack Russell Terrier now goes for the Parson Jack Russell Terrier.

If you want to become the best Jack Russell Owner that you can possibly be you have to inform yourself regarding the breed you want to Adopt or buy.

It is important that you know what types of person and space goes hand in hand with Parson Jacks. It is also a great idea to learn some Dog First Aid and have a Dog First Aid Kit. So that you can take the best care possible of your dog.

The Parson Jack Russell Terrier is a dog that loves the outdoors and Regular Exercise.

This dog was used historically as being a hunting dog. They were eager to hunt small animals and they would chase foxes out of their hiding places. These dogs are very loyal and loved to be disciplined.

They are in need of a Pack Leader, so as soon as you become the owner of this bundle of energy you should show them that you are the boss. Not in an aggressive or mean way, but just in a way that will result to them being submissive.

If you lack in the skills of being their leader, they will take that job onto themselves and become quite snappy and bark more than is necessary. The Parson Jack Russell Terrier really wants to obey and therefore training will not be hard at all. You must just be able to put enough time and effort into it. These dogs really crave your attention.

Although the Parson Jack Russell is an independent dog, they love social attention. If you have some smaller pets in your house, it is not such a good idea to get a Parson Jack because they tend to be a bit aggressive towards smaller animals.

When it comes to Jack Russell Terriers Health Problems they are generally healthier then other dogs.

The Parson Jack Russellss most common health problems include ear infection, eye luxation- when the lens of the eye dislocates, Car sickness, Heart disease in some cases liver and kidney problems.

It is not a certainty that your Parson Jack Russell will fall ill, but it is good to stay alert to possible symptoms.

When it comes to Jack Russell Training these dogs are excellent learners and they are very intelligent. They are extremely loyal to their owners and they are the perfect companions when it comes to doing family exercises.

To be a Parson Jack Russell owner you should have a degree of patience, a spacious yard, a love for Regular Exercise, and preferable no children younger than the age of six years.

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