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Black Russian Terrier Puppy:
Caring for a Black Russian Terrier has its own challenges. To further understand the function of the breed, it was developed to be a military or work dog, used for guarding borders, prisons and even military bases. A dog like this needs a firm handler for it will push its boundaries if it has a weak master.These dogs need to be physically and emotionally stimulated to be productive and devoted house pets. Due to its work ethic and innate desire to work, it is happy and content when it has a job or task to do. They are a very energetic breed that needs plenty of exercise to channel it positively. Lack of activity will leave it hyperactive and destructive to its surroundings.
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Showclass black russian terrier puppies. An outstanding addition to your life, the BRT is a Large, highly intelligent,beautiful, low-shedding, low-allergen breed.Reservations are now being accepted for a litter due January 2008. Puppies will be available to go home march 2008. Sire and Dam, who both hold Multi-championship titles, and/or come from champion, and working lines.
The Black Russian Terrier is a new page in the National cynology, written in gold letters. Many cynologists (dog breeding scientist) refuse to even recognize it as a breed, considering it a mere breed group. However, this so-called “breed group” has its own standard, genealogical tree, and one common recognized ancestor – Giant Schnauzer Roy. The dog’s exhibition rating is exceedingly high, which makes the talk of not recognizing it a breed at least absurd. The history of breeding the Russian terrier is complex, interesting, and somewhat mysterious in places, since many more breeds had been involved in the composition of the Russian terrier’s makeup than previously thought. So what kind of breed is the Russian Terrier, the breed nicknamed “Russian pearl”, “KGBist”, “Beria dog”, or, to put it more gently, “Blackie”?
Black Russian Terrier History:
During the 1940s, the Soviets needed to find capable working dogs for their military. To do this, they imported breeds from all over, but mainly their occupied countries which were German breeds. The favored import was the Giant Schnauzer and it was bred with females from many different breeds. The most favored out of all these breeds that the Giant Schnauzer bred with was the Airedale Terrier, Rotweilier, and Moscow Water Dog.
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They all had dark black coats and were considered the “Black Terrier” group. They were then bred within their group and by 1957, there were second and third generation dogs that were presented. The main concerns when being bred were their working ability and their versatility. Besides sharing guard duties with soldiers, military tasks also included detecting mines and explosive materials, transporting supplies, pulling sledges, and finding wounded soldiers. All of these tasks were done in the harshest of climates so the breed was very resilient. Some of the harsh places where these dogs worked and survived was Afghanistan and Bosnia. Bosnia has one of the harshest climates.