Parson Russell Terriers are basically the descendants of fox-working
terriers, from the hunting field. These were formerly known
as the Jack Russel Terriers. The American Kennel club recognized them
in the year 2001, but the free Parson Russell Terriers puppies have
emerged as one of the most commonly bred puppies.
Free parson Russel terriers can be easily located on web. They are in
different colors like brown, reddish black and tan. Their chest is
comparatively smaller and their body is very light. Their eyes are
almond shaped and coat is broken of varied quality.
Parson Russel terriers are often prone to eye diseases, knee cap
dislocations and diseases of hip joints. These are quite social and
pleasant to be with, but they definitely need ample exercise to prevent
from being terrible nuisance makers. Their life expectancy is around 15
Parson Russel terriers are very energetic and own a happy-go-lucky
nature. They can very well mingle with those owners, who have the same
attributes along with sense of humor. But at the same time, these
terriers get easily bugged when handled roughly. So, they should not be
kept with children. These terriers are excellent in different
activities like conformation, agility, earthdog and obedience.
So, if you have free Parson Russell Terriers, you not only save money
but you also get to own loyal and loving puppies. After all, these
puppies are quite eager to please all the family members and be in the