Monday, February 4, 2013

Black Russian Terrier Dog

Description: This is a rare species coming from Russia, is strong and robust, stable and very alert. This is a powerful dog and larger. It has a long and well-shaped head, with a broad skull and long snout which is square in appearance. The nose is black. The lips are rounded and black, and the jaws are large. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite. The dark eyes are medium sized, and very separate. The ears are triangular shaped and pendulous. The length of the ear should not exceed the corner of the eyelids. The ears are set high. The neck should be thick, well muscled and powerful. The general appearance of the body must be square. Your legs should be straight, elbows can be inside or outside facing. The legs should have two to four inches, rough hair. Their feet have black pads are great, and are covered with hair. This dog has a well coordinated motion. The tail is docked, in countries that allowed this practice, it is desirable to have emerged in the ears. Hair should be black, white or brown markings are disqualifying in the ring. However, the gray hairs within the layers are accepted. The texture of the fur is thick, but this depends on whether the hand stripping was done. The beard and muzzle should never be touched.

History: These dogs roots go back to the breeding program specialists Soviets, who created this new Black Russian Terrier for their special functions. They were bred to be up to withstand climatic differences in the vast country. The breeds used to create this dog were Giant Schnauzers, Rottweilers in Airedale, and Russian spaniel. In total, over 20 races, was used to create the Black Russian Terrier, we see today. The breed is stable in character and temperament. In May 1984, the breed was recognized standards. On June 1, 2004, the Black Russian Terrier was admitted as a full member of the Working Group.Read More

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