FCI Rassestandard Nr. 339-Parson-Russel-Terrier Stand 2011

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FCI Rassestandard Nr. 339-Parson-Russel-Terrier Stand 2011

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FCI-Standard N° 339
FCI-St. N°339/ 16.02.2011
ORIGIN: Great Britain.
STANDARD: 13.10.2010.
UTILIZATION: Working terrier with ability to go to ground.
Section 1 Large and medium sized
With working trial.
BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY: For many years, great
controversy existed in the ranks of the terrier fanciers over a type of
terrier called somewhat vaguely ‘the Jack Russell’. Applications
were received by the Kennel Club from a considerable number of
devotees of a strain of Fox Terriers bred by a Victorian hunting
parson, the Reverend John Russell. Eventually this robust and
workmanlike type of terrier was recognised and given the breed
name – Parson Russell Terrier.
GENERAL APPEARANCE: Workmanlike, active and agile,
without exaggeration. Built for stamina and endurance, overall
picture of balance and flexibility. Honourable scars permissible.
IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS: Well balanced. Overall length
from point of shoulder to point of buttock slightly longer than height
from withers to ground. Length from nose to stop slightly shorter
than from stop to occiput.
BEHAVIOUR AND TEMPERAMENT: Originally a terrier bred
to work fox, a confident, energetic and happy dog that has the ability
and conformation to go to ground. Bold and friendly.
FCI-St. N°339/ 16.02.2011
Head wedge shaped.
Skull: Flat, moderately broad, gradually narrowing to the eyes.
Stop: Shallow.
Nose: Black.
Jaws / Teeth: Jaws strong, muscular. Teeth of a good size and set
square to the jaws, with a perfect, regular and complete scissor bite,
i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping the lower teeth and set square to
the jaws.
Cheeks: Not prominent.
Eyes: Dark, almond shaped, never prominent. Keen, intelligent
Ears: Size in proportion with the head. V-shaped, dropping forward,
tip of ear to be level with outer corner of eye. Fold not above top of
skull. Leather of moderate thickness.
NECK: Clean, muscular, of good length, gradually widening and
well set into the shoulders.
Back: Strong, straight and flexible.
Loin: Strong and slightly arched.
Chest: Of moderate depth, not extending below point of elbow.
Capable of being spanned behind the shoulders by average size
hands. Ribs carried well back, not over-sprung nor slab-sided.
TAIL: Previously customarily docked.
Docked: Length complementing the body. Strong, preferably
straight, moderately high set, carried well up on the move, may be
carried lower when relaxed.
FCI-St. N°339/ 16.02.2011
Undocked: Of moderated length, preferably straight, giving a
general balance to the dog. Thick at the root and tapering towards
the tip. Moderately high set, carried well up on the move, may be
carried lower when relaxed.
General appearance: Moderate width between the forelegs, well set
under the body.
Shoulder: Long and sloping, well laid back, cleanly cut at withers.
Upper arm: Of equal length to the shoulder and at such an angle that
legs are carried well back under the body, below the point of the
Forearm: Strong and straight, turning neither in nor out. Length of
forelegs should be slightly greater than depth of body.
Elbow: Close to body, working free of the sides.
Metacarpus (Pastern): Strong and flexible.
Forefeet: Compact with firm pads, toes moderately arched, never flat
or open, turning neither in nor out.
General appearance: Strong, muscular, with good angulation.
Stifle (Knee): Good bend of stifle, without exaggeration.
Lower thigh: Well developed.
Hock joint: Set low.
Metatarsus (Rear Pastern): Parallel, giving plenty of drive.
Hind feet: As forefeet.
GAIT / MOVEMENT: Free-striding, ground covering gait, without
exaggeration. Strides should be of good length, never stilted or highstepping.
Hindquarters providing plenty of drive. Well co-ordinated;
straight action front and behind.
SKIN: Thick and loose.
FCI-St. N°339/ 16.02.2011
Hair: Whether rough, broken or smooth naturally harsh, flat, straight,
close and dense with good undercoat. Weather-resistant. Belly and
undersides coated. The prepared (i.e. trimmed) coat should appear
natural, never clipped.
Colour: White or predominantly white with tan, lemon or black
markings, or any combination of these colours. The colour
preferably confined to the head and/or root of tail, but a little body
colour is acceptable.
Height at the withers: Males: Ideal height 36 cms.
Females: Ideal height 33 cms.
Most importantly soundness and balance should be maintained
whilst taking into account that this terrier, bred to work fox, should
be capable of being spanned behind the shoulders by average sized
hands. With these provisos, lower heights are acceptable, however.
FAULTS: Any departure from the foregoing points should be
considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be
regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree and its effect
upon the health and welfare of the dog and on its ability to perform
its traditional work.
• Aggressive or overly shy.
• Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural
abnormalities shall be disqualified.
N.B.: Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles
fully descended into the scrotum.

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