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What is the difference between a Jack Russell? and a Parson Russell?It has always confused me. Some say just the name has changed while others say they are different dogs/breeds.

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Not much. I think Pason’s are recognized by the AKC and jack russell was just the name given to them in the begining. Some guy named Jack Russell came up with the breed or someting from what I remember.

The Parson Russel terrier is a taller, more square dog, while the Russell terrier is shorter, and longer than it is tall. Note that the Parson Russell is an AKC accepted breed, and the Russell terrier is in the FSS of the AKC, on its way to being an excepted breed. AFAIK, the Russell terrier is the same as the Jack Russell terrier, but there is a problem with the AKC using the “Jack Russell” name, due to the parent breed clubs, etc. From the American Russell Terrier web site:”Controversy of the name Parson Russell Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, and Russell TerrierThe Russell Terrier originated in England but was never recognized as an official breed in the UK. Australia is designated as country of development for the Russell Terrier. In Australia and Europe with the FCI countries the Russell Terrier is known as the Jack Russell Terrier. Due the conflicting use of the name by the Jack Russell Terrier Club of America “JRTCA” in the US the name can not be utilized for the Russell Terrier in the US. The AKC Russell Terrier is the same as the Australian FCI Jack Russell Terrier. The AKC Russell Terrier is not the same as the Jack Russell Terrier in the US and must be considered a distinctly separate breed due to the development of the “JRTCA” Jack Russell Terrier regardless of height. The “JRTCA” followed England’s recognition of the Jack Russell Terrier type not Australia. The Jack Russell Terrier in Australia and the FCI Jack Russell Terrier in Europe is maintained as a distinctly separate breed from the AKC Parson Russell Terrier, the “JRTCA” Jack Russell Terrier in the US and the Jack Russell Terrier in England. (Also see: Education).”Add: they started out as the same breed, but different parent breed clubs in different countries started allowing the registration/breeding of dogs outside of the breed standard, and/or changed the breed standard to include these dogs. That’s why the “traditional” type is the square, longer-legged terrier (the “Parson” type), as this is body shape conforms to the standard of the British breed club. The shorter body type was developed, and since they do not conform to the standard, my guess is that the breeders of those dogs formed their own breed club, called the Jack Russell terrier in the US. So basically, they are all the same dog, with different size ranges called different “breeds”, and the different names are more due to politics of the kennel clubs and parent breed clubs than any true distinction between the types. That’s my theory, anyway 😉

These names are quite connected with each other. Here’s the link that tells why,dogtime.com/jack-russell-terrier.html

Parsons tend to have longer legs and as they can be KC registered they have a standard height of 10 – 15 inches. In jack russells there is no uniformity of size, though they do tend to be shorter and more squat than the parsons. The parsons were bred to keep up with horses and flush out foxes whereas jack russells are used mainly as ratters. Both breeds can, however have rough or smooth coats. Jack Russells are not recognized as a breed by the kennel club (UK) whereas parsons are!

The name mostly. The Parsons is the AKC name for the dog. Jack Russell is the short name. people add stuff and even make stuff up. like the “English” Jack Russell, which is just a short legged jack russell. of pet quality ONLY and not for showing.

Outside of the AKC and “official” naming of the breed, the name Jack Russell is usually used when referring to the smooth-coated version of the breed and the Parsons is used to refer to the wire-haired version. They’re the same exact breed, but with variations in their coat texture.

What’s the difference between Parson Jack Russell terriers, and Irish Jack Russell Terriers? I’m getting a dog soon, and I think I’m going to choose a Jack Russell Terrier. I know there are two different types, so if you could give me some differences between them that would be great.
from my understanding size the parson is a li larger , but in the end a Reverend introduced the dog , in the uk , that how it got the name of the “jack russel parson terrier” remember there are miniatures of the breed to , no Standard breed definition , like wire coat / smooth , long or short legged short legs good for rats /rabbits long legs rabbits but all types of russell added coming from england, i should know a lil about the breed, and even uk kennel club still a lil undecided about this question, whats the difference?!but at end of day ALL terriers were breed for killingyou will still to this day hardly see a farm in the uk without a russell, it a know fact that russels have a “built in amunity ” against rat bites, if any normal dog was to kill a rat it would get ill very quickly,pest controlers in the uk still use russells for rats ,as well as other methods,i love the gutsy -no fear attuide of them

Google some info.I have Jacks.There is no Irish Jack RussellThe Parson Jack Russell was initially bred and the genetics worked on in Ireland/Britain. There are 3 different coat types.Several years ago there was a split between the show people’s Jacks and the hunting Jacks.This has resulted in the Parson Jack Russell Terrier and the Jack Russell Terrier.The JRT is not a first time dog. Do not get one from a shelter. Find a reputable breeder.Poorly bred Jacks can be unmanageable and vicious. They are very popular so MANY end up in a shelter.

Hi there,The Parson Russell Terrier is a recognized breed under the all-breed dog organizations such as the AKC. Basically, if you want a Jack Russell that’s a show dog, you get a Parson. They have longer legs and are less functional for hunting. There’s no difference in temperament. More information here: jack-russell-lover.com/parson-terrier.htmlIrish Jacks are simply Jack Russells bred for their temperament, rather than appearance or working qualities. They’re supposed to be Jack Russells that are more appropriate as family pets, apartment dogs, and so on. Just a calmer version of a typical Jack Russell. More here: jack-russell-lover.com/irish-jack-russell.htmlHope this answers your question,Tom