RUSSIAN TOY ❤️

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Russian Toy History At the beginning of the 20th century, the English Toy Terrier was one of the most popular companion dogs in Russia. However, between 1920 and 1950, Toy Terrier breeding declined dramatically. Only in the mid-1950s did Russian breeders begin to restore the breed: on October 12, 1958, a male with fringes on the ears and limbs was born. One of this dog's parents was short-haired, while the other was slightly long-haired and from them the long-haired variety of the Russian Toy originated. It was named Moscow Long Haired Toy Terrier. Over a long period of evolution, a new breed was created: the two-variety Russian Toy. General Appearance The Russian Toy is a small, elegant, lively dog with long limbs, fine bone structure and lean muscles. As for the coat, it can be of two types and this characteristic determines the two existing varieties: long-haired (Long Haired Russian Toy) and short-haired (Short Haired Russian Toy). The colors allowed by the standard are the same in both cases: black-and-tan, brown-and-tan, blue-and-tan, and also fawn, sometimes with a black or brown tinge. DATA SHEET 352 9 - COMPANION DOGS 9 - CONTINENTAL TOY SPANIELS Russia Very small 11-13 years Active, cheerful, loyal, playful, protective 20-26 cm /8-11 inches 1.3-2.7 kg / 3-6 pounds Black and tan, brown and tan, blue and tan, fawn 4-6 puppies Very sensitive to cold, especially the short-haired variety. It is recommended covering them during the cold season. They suffer a lot from loneliness. This breed adapts perfectly to urban life and has no problems living in houses or small apartments. Frequent. The sweet and gentle character makes it an excellent playmate for children. It knows how to live well with cats, especially if it can get used to their presence as a puppy. Unlike other Terriers, it is not quarrelsome nor aggressive: It is gentle and docile. Despite its small size, it also greatly appreciates walks and physical exercise outdoors. The short-haired variety should be brushed gently from time to time instead the long-haired one should be brushed daily with a soft bristle brush. Hypoallergenic: No. The Russian Toy is a strong and healthy dog; despite its small size, it does not suffer from the diseases typical of the breed. The only caveat is that it suffers a lot from cold weather. It may be subject to skin problems such as dermatitis. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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