Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka - Pg.2 ❤️

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Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka. History: The Bolonka is originally from Russia, but it also spread rapidly in Germany and Anglo-Saxon countries (just think that the royals William and Kate chose this breed as a family dog). The ancestor of the modern Bolonka is the “Bolonka Franzuska”, which literally means “French dog”. According to tradition, in fact, the French king Ludwig IV gave this little dog as a gift to the tsar. In the 1950s some Russian breeders crossed the Bolonka Franzuska with other small dogs such as Pekingese, Shih Tzu, Bichon Frisé, Poodle and Lhasa Apso. Following these crossings, the current Bolonka was born which, compared to its ancestor Bolonka Franzuska, comes in several colors, except solid white. In 1966, the first official breed standard was finally presented and recognized. General Appearance: The build of a Bolonka is very small and shows a lean and wiry appearance. The head is small and in proportion to the rest of the body, the ears are set low and are never too long. Mustaches are thicker in males. The tail is small but very voluminous and usually set high. The coat is one of the distinctive features of the Bolonka: it is soft to the touch and is very thick with a myriad of medium length wavy or curly hairs.

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