Report misprints in the Parson Post
Printing is and remains people's work.
Despite the use of advanced machines, printing errors are not excluded. Because we, as editors, are intensively involved with it, we notice these mistakes earlier than you, the "normal" reader.
You should think of pages that press through on another page, stains on the paper and skewed pages. The latter is noticeable because the margins, top, bottom, left and right are unequal and therefore it appears as if the page is skewed.
It is now customary in the printing industry to accept a small margin of error.
This mainly concerns the number of printed copies, which deviate and any minor cutting errors. However, this may never be more than a certain percentage of the total number.
To gain insight into how often this occurs and in what numbers, we ask you to report these printing errors to us. Preferably with a photo. In this way we can, if necessary, submit a well-substantiated complaint to the printer.
A good example of this was recently forgotten by the printer to place the house number on the address label. He then had to reprint and send the Parson Post free of charge.
Printing is not cheap and in order to avoid unnecessary costs, it is therefore important to signal in time when there are too many errors in the printing.
Therefore report any printing errors (no textual errors!)
Thanks in advance.
When is the Parson Post coming?
Given the unclear delivery at Post NL lately, we have decided to mention on our site when the 1st Parson Post has been delivered. That way you have an indication of when you can expect the Parson Post to be delivered to you.
If you have not received Parson Post after 14 days, please report this to
- the number of the Pasron Post not received,
- your name,
- membership number (can be found on the address label of a previous Parsont Post)
In this way we have an overview of the non-delivered numbers of Paron Posts to complain to Post NL. In addition, we can of course still send you a copy.
NOTE: The picture in the left column on the site does not indicate that the new Parson Post is out yet!
Looking for a Parson Russell Terrier puppy?
You are looking for a Parson Russell Terrier puppy and have arrived at the website of the Parson Russell Terrier Club Netherlands. You have come to the right place.
While Parson Russell Terriers are in high demand and you may have to wait some time for a puppy, the wait is well worth it. The puppies bred by our breeders are puppies from parents who meet all the rules and conditions that we, as a recognized breed club, set. Not only have the parent animals been tested for hereditary disorders (hereditary eye disorders, Patellar Luxation, Ataxia), which are also listed in the standards matrix of the Raad van Beheer on Cynological Area in the Netherlands (from 1 May 2021), but also the parent dogs of our breeders have the necessary qualifications, so that they also meet the conformation requirements that we as PRTCN set for these dogs.
Briefly; the parents of these puppies are dogs, which meet the breed standard for the Parson Russell Terrier very well.
These parent animals are, because they have been assessed by at least two judges authorized for the breed, also assessed for breeding-exclusive faults such as; incorrect teeth and monor, cryptor or anorchidia (abnormal testicles).
All possible conditions to buy a beautiful healthy Parson puppy have been met. A great starting point for the health and appearance of your puppy!
It is best to keep an eye on our website to purchase a Parson puppy. Here are regular stud reports and birth announcements from our breeders. Puppies are on the way or are born with them. You can contact the breeders directly, via email or phone, to inquire about their breeding plans and whether you might be eligible for a puppy.
Welcome to our site
The Parson Jack Russell Terrier Club Netherlands was founded on November 25, 1984. In the year 2000, the Parson Jack Russell Terrier was given a new name after a split of the association with its smaller counterpart: Parson Russell Terrier.
On February 21, 2003, the name of the association was officially changed to Parson Russell Terrier Club Netherlands (PRTCN)
The purpose of the PRTCN is:
- To maintain and improve the Parson Russell Terrier
- Promoting the health and well-being of the Parson Russell Terrier
- Promote the contact between breeders and lovers of the Parson Russell Terrier
The club tries to achieve this by:
- Providing information about the purchase, keeping, breeding and raising of Parson Russell Terriers
- Install plans to fight genetic deseases within the breed
- Keeping a register of pure bred Parson Russell Terriers
- Publishing a periodical club magazine.
- Conducting meetings and organizing lectures and courses
- Organizing exhibitions