Borzoi Puppies and Dogs
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Fast Facts & Guide to Borzoi Puppies and Dogs
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Borzoi Guide and Fact File
Height: Male 28-33 inches / Female 26-31 inches
Weight: Male 34-50 kg / Female 25-39 kg
Size of Dog: Large
Breed Type and Dog Group: Hound Group
Country of Origin of the Breed: Russia
Exercise Needs: Moderate and Regular
Coat Type: The Borzoi has long, smooth, sometimes curly hair
Shedding hairs: The Borzoi sheds hair seasonally and excessively
Grooming needs: Moderate
Training a Borzoi (Trainability): Moderate to Difficult; this breed requires a gentle approach
Other Names of Borzoi: Russian Wolfhound, Russkaya Psovaya Borzaya
Borzoi Lifespan - This dog lives for approximately 10 - 12 years
Number of puppies per litter: Litter size can vary between 1 and 11 pups per litter
Temperament / Behaviour: Lovable, respectable, independent and clever
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Summary of Borzoi Puppies and Dogs
Borzoi puppies and dogs are generally very healthy and tend to have relatively few disorders that they are prone to. This breed of puppy and dog is fairly low maintenance as they do not really place high demands on their owners. They are a little bit independent but they will show love and affection towards their owners to whom they remain loyal and respectful. This is quite a quiet breed of puppy and dog that is very dignified and graceful in its ways and characteristics. Although the Borzoi is very clever, it can be a difficult breed to train. This is due to the independent personality of the Borzoi and the fact that it was originally bred in Russia to hunt. Therefore, this puppy and dog has a tendency to run after other animals whilst they are out and about so it is very important to keep this dog on a leash to prevent this happening.
Choosing Borzoi Puppies and Dogs as Pets
Borzoi puppies grow into large sized adult dogs and the above summary will help you to determine whether they are suitable as a family pet. If you are considering whether to buy a Borzoi puppy, adoption is also an option for this particular type of dog, or even selecting one from a rescue centre, or reputable dog breeder. The grooming requirements of the Borzoi is fairly low to moderate. Dogs and puppies have long silky hair which requires brushing on a weekly basis. They do not need to be bathed too often, and due to their large size, it is sometimes easier to use dry shampoo or sponge clean them. This dog needs moderate exercise and enjoys a nice, daily walk. This is a nice, kind, sweet dog that can fit very well into family life.
Borzoi Puppies and Dogs
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