Russian toy terrier was the companion to the Nobility of Russian and his blue blood genes prove all through. He is a noble small dog that enjoys remaining into the laps and eats liver. He is quite playful and but fun-loving requires plenty of little walks and activities. This belongs to good dog breeds and is a loving companion and smartly intelligent. He is regarded as the smallest amongst the lap dog breeds of the world. During the early 20th century, he had a great value and was the prettiest breed in Russia. He was bred from English toy terrier and was not well-known at all comparatively well outside of Russia by 1990.
The other names of the breed are:
- Russian Longhaired Toy Terrier
- Moscovian Miniature Terrier
- Russkiy Toy
- Moscow Longhair Toy Terrier
- Moscow Toy Terrier
Russian toy terrier gets on with kids well and a wonderful pet for a family, companion of people as well. He may also become sociable to the strangers with appropriate socialization. He has got a smooth coat that needs little bit grooming than long-haired Russian toy terrier. The long-haired Russian toy terrier needs brushing on daily basis and on the other hand, smooth Russian toy terrier needs brushing two to three times per week.
He can be defenceless against patellar, kneecap dislocation and bone fracture. Some of them can suffer or be vulnerable to certain vaccines or allergies to flea medications. The training can make him a great dog and he is fairly easy to get training especially for agility trials. This agile and active breed requires play sessions and walks on a daily basis to help him stay healthy continually. DRA, FCI, NAPR, and AKC/FSS recognize the breed. FCI recognized him as “Russkiy Toy” smooth coat and long coat.
Dog Breed Group: Toy Breeds
Height: 08 to 10 inches
Weight: 3 to 6 pounds
Life Span: 12 to 16 years
Recognition: DRA, FCI, NAPR, and AKC/FSS
Russian toy terrier History
At the beginning of the 20th century, people liked English toy dog the most in fancy dogs in Russia. However, the toy terrier’s shipping of was almost stopped and the range of dogs came down to an essential level during 1920 to 1950. The Russian dog breeders began the birth of the dog breed again in the 1950s. All of the dogs that were used in breeding did not have ancestry; few of them were not of pure blood.
Usually developed for the toy dog greatly, various from English Toy Terrier standard in several features. From this particular time, the establishment of the dog breed went his own approach in Russia. One of the two smooth-haired dogs had pretty longer hair, gave birth to a male dog with a striking fringe on his limbs and ears on a national holiday in 1958. The choice was made to retain this trait.
The male dog was bred with a female dog that collectively had fairy long hair. That is why the longhaired variant of the toy dog breed came into view, he totally was mentioned as Moscow Longhaired toy dog breed. Yevgueniya Fominichna Zharova from Moscow who was a dog stock breeder played an extremely vital role in the origination of this dog breed variant. The long-separated progress and the particular method of choice have resulted in the creation of a brand new dog, the Russian Toy of types two: smooth-haired and longhaired.
Russian Toy Terrier Appearance
The Russian Toy dogs are collectively well-known as Russkiy Toy dogs that are toy-sized dogs. He is one amongst all of the smallest dog breeds in the world and he will be either smooth-haired or longhaired. Smooth-haired Russian Toy Terrier comes into view as if he is a quite little deer. He needs a powerful body, four long legs, a little head with slight muzzle and a long neck, massive attractive eyes and huge triangular prick ears. The Longhaired Russian Toy mutually mentioned as the Russian Long-haired toy and the Russian toy might be a copy of the smooth-haired selection and varies merely as a result of the stunning long hair on his ears.
The Longhaired Russian Toy will impress you at very first look at him. Short coat, the body and these ears are sort of a butterfly; you may realize to create another breed with such an effect and each of the varieties will get crossed and have smooth-haired and longhaired puppies at similar litter, but a few of smooth-haired toy breeds will provide a longhaired puppy in the litter, however, two longhaired toy dog breeds can never give birth to a smooth-haired dog selection. The main colors the toy breed is found in are tan and black, red (from light-weight to deep) and jet-black in every sleek and long variety of hair.
You will notice the tan and brown colors are rare in Longhaired Russian Toy and tan and blue are the rarest colors. He is a quality breed that will possess fairly little white spots on the toes and chest and pets will be found solid black, blue or brown apart from red. It doesn’t mean that the Russian toy cannot be a quality pet with red color. However, it won’t be owing to color. This dog breed has got a little nose and a little head and the nose is either black or matches the color of the breed. His muzzle is lean and pointed somewhat shorter than the bone.
His lips are lean, tight, thin and dark or matching with his color. Jaws are little and teeth are white in color. His eyes are pretty huge, rounded to a small level outstanding, straight and set well apart and dark. Eyelids are tightly fitting and dark or matching with the color. His ears are thin, large; set high and prick. The neck is lean, long, set high and rather twisted. His chest is deep, not wide a great deal, and oval in shape. The tail is docked shortly (only 2 or 3 vertebrae are left). The tail docking is disallowed by law in countries, it must be left in its state. It must be carried rather over the back level, preferable of sickle bent.
Russian Toy Terrier Temperament
The loving and friendly Russian toy terrier is a smartly intelligent, Trustworthy and fairly lively dog breed. He is an adorable dog that never turns timid or aggressive. He gets pleased to be a companion dog for people and dedicates the family. The breed feels pleasure and affection to be the part of all activities within the family eagerly when he has required the attention of his owner. He may turn out to be sociable with unknown people as well with proper socialization. However, he gets on with kids and other household pets or animals. He is not only a great dog breed but a wonderful companion of the family as well.
He is a trustful, loving, intelligent companion for his owner and the family. You may start loving immediately and also the mere downside your dog breed can provide now upon arrival will be that he can bring about you to desire another one. Hardy, agile, lifetime devoted to his owner this is how Russian Toy dog described. Graceful, small dog, tall on legs, very spirited, active, neither he is shy nor aggressive; this dog is fairly easy to get trained.
Obedience training is advised for any size of the dog. This dog breed does the work in agility trials. He is a real companion dog and would love to go along with you everywhere because of his size you can take him anywhere. He enjoys taking part in any tasks you give him to do. You need to be the firm, confident, consistent and dominant leader of the pack to stay from little Dog Syndrome, people evoked issues of behavior. Remember, the dogs are canines, not human beings. Make sure to fulfill their natural instincts as animals.
Russian Toy Terrier With children and other pets
Russian toy terrier gets on with kids well and a wonderful pet for a family, companion of people as well. He may also become sociable to the strangers with appropriate socialization.
Russian toy Terrier Care and Grooming
He has got a smooth coat that needs little bit grooming than long-haired Russian toy terrier. The long-haired Russian toy terrier needs brushing on daily basis and on the other hand, smooth Russian toy terrier needs brushing two to three times per week. Both versions need bathing once a month. You ought to trim his toenails and clean his ears on regular basis.
Russian Toy terrier Health Issues
The dog breed can be vulnerable to kneecap dislocation, bone fracture and patellar. Some of the breeds may suffer from allergies to certain vaccines or flea medications.
Russian Toy terrier Training
The training can make him a great dog; the Russian Toy Terrier is an intelligent and obedient dog. He is fairly easy to give training. He can get training really well for agility trials. To stay away from the problems of behavior in a dog, he must need a dominant and firm trainer or leader of the pack. Agility training is advised.
Russian Toy terrier Exercise
This agile and active breed requires play sessions and walks on a daily basis to help him to be in good health continually. Interactive games help remove boredom as well. He will desire an open place to move around freely from time to time. This little breed is also ideal for apartments; however, he should not be restricted to little areas.
Russian Toy terrier Litter Size
The average size of a litter is 6 puppies but the large size is 4 to 10 puppies.