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Mes Yeux Vigilants Kennels
(816) 796-6444
19111 E Truman Rd
Independence, MO

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Bluemoon Yorkies
(816) 532-3333
Kansas City, MO
Yorkshire Terrier
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vom Amaris K-9
(573) 729-3735
PO Box 216
Townville, MO
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Love Me Tender Mi-Kis
(816) 516-4333
14715 Coker Gully Rd
Myakka City, MO

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Kountry Acres Kennel
(660) 825-2351
PO Box 34
La Plata, MO
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Midwest Malinois
(816) 699-3449
4937 NE Chouteau Dr
Kansas, MO
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Genesis Bernese Mountain Dogs
(816) 697-8809
842 NW 1661st Road
Bates City, MO
Bernese Mountain Dog

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Hermes Olde Bulldogs
(573) 739-4433
2149 Highway BB
Jadwin, MO
Olde English Bulldogge

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Chitawee French Bulldogs
1846 Manning Rd
South West City, MO
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14 Doe Ct
Wentzville, MO

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Borzoi Information, Pictures of Borzois

Borzoi Dogs

The Borzoi is loving, kind and gentlemanly. Around the house, it has a calm nature and impeccable manners. It feels an intense loyalty to its family and can be somewhat easy to train. But the Borzoi has a serious and independent side. It appreciates calm, quiet and peace.


What They Are Like to Live With

Because they don’t wrestle or goof around much, Borzois might not enjoy spending too much time with small children. Protective and loyal, Borzois are good watchdogs with an excellent sense of restraint.

Things You Should Know

Borzois are born and bred hunters. Make sure they get lots of vigorous walks, and always keep them on a leash. They are superb jogging partners, but don’t push them too hard in hot weather.

Borzois can live as long as 12 years. Generally healthy, some may have problems with bone fractures. Borzois are also prone to bloat: Feed them smaller portions instead of one big daily meal. Fairly easy to groom, Borzois need only the occasional brushing. However, they do shed during the spring and fall.

Borzoi History

Also known as the Russian Wolfhound, the Borzoi was developed by Russian nobles hundreds of years ago to hunt wolves. A rugged and utilitarian breed during the Renaissance years, the Borzoi became a fashionable hunting-party dog in the 19th century. Though today’s Borzoi is a popular pet, some are still employed for their hunting and guarding skills.

The Look of a Borzoi

Borzois have tall, slender frames covered in silky, medium-length coats that come in bronze, white, tan, gray or any combination of those colors. Their long, thin heads have rounded skulls, dark eyes and ear that lie back on their necks. Their thick, powerful necks lead down to narrow chests, long backs and long tails that hang low. Overall, the Borzoi possesses a rugged but stylish grace.

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