Established in 1974, the JRTC of Great Britain was formed to:

  • Promote and preserve the working terrier known as the Jack Russell
  • To write and apply a breed standard
  • To oppose influence by any organization or persons whose actions may result in practices considered to be detrimental to the Jack Russell Terrier and its future
  • To protect the Jack Russell Terrier as a true working terrier and to preserve the rights of the working terrier enthusiast to work the terrier in the traditional manner.
  • To support lawful and humane terrier work and to educate newcomers to the world of the working Jack Russell.

The AGM will be held in November each year and any changes to the rules or constitution will be implemented in the January of the following year.

It is the aim of the JRTCGB to unite those people with a love and admiration of the Jack Russell Terrier, howsoever they may enjoy its unique and wonderful character, and to encourage and educate its members, both current and new, as to the importance of retaining the working aspects and attributes in order to continue the protection and preservation of this remarkable breed.


 
   
     
 
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