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Breed Group: Working
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Overview
The Black Russian Terrier is a large size dog with square or slightly stretched frame, efficient, easily adaptable to different climatic conditions and owners life-style, intelligent, well trainable. He is active, but dignified, and will delight in joining you in fishing, swimming, biking or hiking. He's happiest with an owner who can give him plenty of jobs to do (like playing games, obedience, agility training).
Character
Black Russian Terriers are intelligent, loyal, strong, enduring, courageous, self-confident protective and reliable. Balanced temperament and good trainability allow successful use in many working modalities and canine sports. Black Russian Terriers are a wonderful companion and a loyal family member.

Does your Black Russian Terrier bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
Active, hardy large breed with stable temperament, but very lively, with strong reactions of defence: unwanted visitors are stopped. This dog is tough, brave, alert, and loyal. This breed gets along fine with children and other animals, provided proper socialization has taken place.
Care
Weekly grooming with a brush and comb is required. The ears, nails and teeth require ample attention. Scissoring or clipping for a Black Russian Terrier is sufficient 3-4 times a year.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The virtually non-shedding hair is rough, hard, ample and extremely dense, between 1.6 and 3.9 inches long and covers the entire body with dense and well-developed undercoat. The coat forms a rough, bushy moustache on the upper lip and a beard on the lower lip. On the neck and the withers, the coat is longer and forms a mane. The forelegs down until the elbows and the hind legs until the thighs are covered by a rough and long coat.
Training
Training is a breeze as this breed rates higher than average in learning speed and problem solving skills. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Black Russian Terrier puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
This breed will do well in urban, suburban or country setting with reasonable amounts of exercise. Black Russian Terriers are happiest when doing some type of work, such as playing games, agility, obedience, or protection. Over-exercising when young can cause damage to growing bones, joints, and muscles. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
Male: 110-160; Female: 80-120 lbs
Height
Male: 26-30; Female: 25.5-28 inches
Color(s)
black, black with some gray hair
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We work with Russian Kennels in Moscow to ensure that the pups are the genetically best Black Russian Terriers in the world. BRTs were originally bred to serve as not only pets, but for protection and security work as well. This tradition has been kept alive in Russia, with all of our sires undergoing training in not only obedience, but protection and service programs as well. This results in pups that are genetically pre-inclined to obedience training and command recognition. All sires are renowned champions, and when it comes to breeding, they are carefully paired, ensuring that pups born are free of genetic defects and diseases. We offer people TRUE Black Russian Terrier pups. Due to our partnership with respected kennels, litters are born approximately every 3 months. Please understand that to ensure the well-being of the sires, the same dog IS NEVER be bred in succession. Clients can choose to have a pup imported from Moscow, or when available, to obtain one born here from a sire. The cost is $2,000USD to $3000USD depending on parentage, sex, and overall PERFECTION pertaining to breed standard. Acquiring a pup from us is not simply a quick shopping experience. Obtaining a Black Russian Terrier puts you in select community, and we will always be available to those seeking information, guidance, or overall help in caring for this amazing breed.

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Anonymous asked:
I have a friend who wants a guard dog to be around most of the time and is easy to train. Would the Black Russian Terrier be the right dog for my friend to get?

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The B.R.T is a great guard and watch dog. They are highly intelligent and good at problem-solving. Your friend could benefit from having one for her property. But your friend must do his/her research about the breed. They are aloof with strangers and very, very loyal and protective of their owners. So if he/she expects the dog to guard/watch the property all day and then have no issues with his/her kids friends coming over, or family members coming over, then he/she needs to get a different dog.

Anonymous

These are smart dogs so you need to find out what motivates them because they can be stubborn at times. You need to make sure this dog knows that anyone you accept they will also need to accept.

Anonymous

I found the most 'unusual' qualities under the guard dog aspect is that their color is so black they are almost invisible in the dark. They are so silent, they can sneak up on anyone creeping around. Wonderful and intelligent dog!

Anonymous

They are smart, playful, very protective and just adorable! They bark only if they perceive a threat to the house (like strangers). They don't shed, but grooming is a little bit challenging. Despite it is not perfect breed hairstyle in the summer time we trim our dog's body hair short.

Anonymous asked:
I have multiple sclerosis and would like to obtain a dog for therapy certificate. Is a Black Russian Terrier the right fit for me?

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The Black Russian Terrier is not normally used as a service dog as they are wary of stranger's and can be very protective of their owner's. Having them in service work could backfire as the dog would not allow help to come to the person in need. Although they could become a service dog if trained properly. Contact your local Service Dog Trainer and ask them for more information on which breeds may be best for you.

Anonymous

I would not say this is the best choice due to grooming requirements and also what the above poster said about being protective of you when another human stranger is trying to help.

Anonymous

I have a BRT as a Service Dog. I would not suggest this breed as one for you. As mentioned above, the protective nature of the dog, along with the extensive grooming. It takes four hours to bathe, blow dry and comb out my boy. Being a service dog, he has to be clean in public. If you fly with your dog, as I have, then be prepared to purchase a second seat because of the size. (I know, service animals fly free, but you will be harassed by the airlines unless you do, may even be escorted off a plane and placed on another less crowded flight).

Anonymous asked:
Do you really have to brush the Black Russian Terrier once a week? I have 2 standard Poodles and brush them very infrequently, and they do just fine.

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The Black Russian Terrier does need brushing once a week. But if you carve out 10 minutes every day, it is even better. Brushing solidifies the bond between dog and human, so the more you spend time grooming your dog, the better the bond. As well, you will know instantly when your dog has an issue such as a lump, bump or sore spot. In general, the B.R.T should be brushed once a week. The Poodle breed as well should be brushed thoroughly once a week,

Anonymous asked:
Are Black Russian Terrier's protective? Does their hair mat at all? What is their life expectancy?

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Anonymous

Black Russian Terriers make some of the very best guard dogs.

Anonymous

They can live anywhere between 10 to 14 years. Black Russian Terriers are outstanding guard dogs.

Anonymous

The BRT is very protective of what he thinks is his, especially his meal ticket (that's you), so no one else should feed him. The BRT is a mat machine (new ones appear overnight). If you don't slicker him all over every day, you will have to shear him Spring and Fall. They love the Winter and snow and suffer in the heat. I think they'd love a dog house made of ice blocks. If you want to buy a puppy for sale, you either know exactly what you are doing.

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Are Black Russian Terriers hypoallergenic?

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Most people with allergies do not have reactions to Black Russian Terriers. They have hair, not fur and don't have dander like dogs with fur do.

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Updated: 9/3/2015