A fox terrier has a longer nose. and is more white.
No. Russell terriers have longer legs and are more athletic.
The difference bettween a Jack Russell Terrier and a Parson Russell Terrier is the Parson Russell Terrier has Longer legs and therfore is not as stocky as the Jack Russell terrier, but because the Parson Russell Terrier has longer legs it is also a little faster Than the Jack Russell terrier. The Parson is recognised by the Kennel Club, it is a "pedigree dog" with a breed standard. The Jack Russell comes in many shapes and sizes, it is not recognised by the K.C. and has no breed standard. They both can have rough, broken or smooth coats.
If they are "fixed" they can live longer. I have one and she's like 11 years old. My rat terrier is 16
The white fox terrier, sometimes called the English white terrier is now extinct. Although it enjoyed popularity in the 1860's, within 30 years, the breed was no longer around.
If you want the hair to grow out longer than yes.
Russell Terriers, you will find, have much longer legs than Jack Russells and are usually more athletic.
No, but they are closely related. One of the breeds used in creating the Doberman breed was the Manchester Terrier. The pinscher in Doberman Pinscher means "terrier" in German but they are no longer called that because they are made up of so many different breeds that to call them a terrier is not really accurate anymore.
The average lifespan of a Pit Bull Terrier is between 12 and 14 years, but they may live for even longer if well cared for.
Border terriers are smaller also the fox terrier has a much longer face also the fox can come in smooth or wire
Caring for your parents when they are old and can no longer care for themselves.
The Black Russian Terrier does shed, but minimally. To minimize the shedding, keep them brushed regularly, or dogs with longer coats will leave big clumps of hair around the house.