Hello, to all dog lovers. I have a Black Russian Terrier by name Blacky with his hairs falling all over his face. It’s a great delight to watch him run and to play with him. Russia has banned the exportation of these breed so it’s been lucky for me and also a matter of pride as they originally used to serve in the army. It’s been 12 years since he’s been with us and as they have only a life span of 10-14 years, I would like to have his picture on the net and dedicate a small space for him. Does anyone know a good space where I can put my Blacky on and have the community look at my loveable pet?
www.dogster.com is a free service that lets people post pictures and bios on their dogs.
While at one time, the Black Russian Terrier was banned from export, I am pretty sure that was revoked some time in the 1980s when the breed first started appearing in european dog shows after being FCI recognized. I know for sure there are breeders here in the US with BRTs, in fact one of the members of the Montgomery Kennel Club has one she does obedience and agility with in AKC shows. Stevie is a wonderful dog.
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Hmm…..a Black Russian Terrier, that’s good. I have also been wanting to have one of these but then I had to agree with other opinions in my family and finally we went on to buy a Cane Corso.One thing about them is that they seem as they cannot see with their hairs falling down, but they indeed get their eyes on what they want. I think that SnoopPooch would be a good place for you to have your Blacky on as they already have some pics of other dogs & the link is ******You can certainly have a glimpse of other hounds there and can also get advices by other dog lovers.
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I would love to hear more about your BRT. I think they are so cool. I would love to have one. Im having trouble deciding between the BRT and the Giant Schnauzer. I think the BRT would be better for me because the are more laid back, but they're still pretty rare in the U.S. I own a Rottweiler now and would love to add another larger dog in the next few years.