Care of a Parson Russell Terrier

The Parson Russell Terrier is a breed recognized by the AKC standard of the more commonly known as Jack Russell terrier. For all purposes, the two races are basically the same, except that adheres to the standard Parson and Jack Russell not. U.S. Families often choose this dog to join their families based on their attractive appearance, combative behavior, but adorable, and is friendly. Before adding a puppy to your home Parson considers the type of care they need to be happy and healthy for your family.

Russell Terrier

Water and food
Give dog food high quality to improve your health and life expectancy. Keep a healthy weight, as the Parson overweight are prone to health problems, including arthritis. Give fresh, clean water and have it available all the time.

Exercise is very important because they are energetic dogs. Give long walks and play with him during the day. Dogs that do not receive adequate exercise are easily bored and destructive behaviors to keep busy. Avoid broken chairs and holes in your garden giving the amount of exercise you need.

They are affectionate dogs. The Parson are energetic, but obedient when trained properly. These dogs love to play with toys and learning tricks. They are generally friendly, but maybe you should teach children not to play roughly with them. Put specific rules and boundaries with your dog, as this breed is known for its willful and intelligent nature. Require some level of socialization to accept other dogs or cats in the house. If possible, Spotted Cuckoo since childhood to accept other pets in the house.

These dogs usually stay healthy with proper care. However they are likely to suffer from dislocated knees, disease eye muscle coordination problems and deafness. Take your dog to the vet for regular checkups and vaccinations to prevent any health problems, and diagnose any problems at an early stage.

They can have one of three coat types: smooth, rough and broken. The three coats move during the year and require grooming regularly . Use a brush with firm bristles to brush every other day. Rarely needs a bath, use a mild dog shampoo and warm water to clean your dog when it gets dirty or their hair starts to look yellow.

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