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Is The Black Russian Terrier The Right Breed For You?

Aug 15

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8/15/2011 8:26 AM  RssIcon

Are you interested in a BRT? Owning a BRT can be the beginning of a wonderful relationship with years of happiness, or it can be the beginning of overwhelming responsibility for which you may not be prepared.

You must remember that they were bred as guard dogs and without proper training and socialization you will have a problem. They are large, ranging in size from 25 inches to 30 inches at the shoulder. They weigh anywhere from 80 pounds to 130+ pounds. Once they are over their major growing stage, they will eat about 4 cups of high quality food per day.

Many people see the breed for the first time at a dog show or on a televised dog show and decide that they must have one based on their sheer beauty alone; however, there are several questions you must ask yourself to determine if you are ready to become a BRT  owner. Answer honestly to ensure yourself, your family, and your BRT the future you all deserve.

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Some time in the past we got in love with a beautiful and courageous breed of dogs – Black Russian Terrier.  The love of this bread took us on journey of selection our dogs learning about the breed, getting to know the show world and finally to breeding. We are passionate about breeding a quality family dog and wish our puppies become members of the best and caring families.  

We currently have or planning to have a litter of Black Russian Terriers and all puppies will need to be adopted by loving families and/or individuals.

We would be happy to answer any of the questions you might have about Black Russian Terriers, the BRT breed or if you need a referral to another qualified BRT breeder who may have puppies available for adoption. Feel free to contact us using online form or give us call at  651-253-9486.