Black Russian Terrier Puppies - A Good Fit For Your Home

  • 19/06/2013

Black Russian terrier puppies are a great option for families due to their breeding to guard and protection of their owners. A calm countenance adds to the appeal of this terrier breed that craves human contact and thrives in a home environment. With careful obedience training, families can capitalize on the intelligence of the breed. Not only does the breed respond well to basic obedience training, they can also be trained for tasks like drafting, tracking, water and land rescues.

Determining if a terrier puppy is a good fit for your family requires examining your home environment and needs. The breed works well with children but needs socialization and activity. While the terrier puppies respond well to training, they need the attention and love of a family. This terrier in a kennel goes against the dog's breed, background and adult size. A fully grown dog can weigh over 100 pounds and measure over 29 inches high. If your home can't accommodate a dog of that size with access to the home, a smaller dog might be a better option. Transporting a dog of this size can also be difficult in a vehicle that isn't large enough to accommodate the larger breed.

A Black Russian terrier puppy has been bred to guard home and family. Completing that job over-rides the usual crate training for a puppy of another breed. A kennel for a Black Russian terrier restricts them from their basic instinct to be with their owner and family as a companion and guard dog. Having a large dog in your home with them at all times can be a restrictive element for potential owners who only see the small size of a puppy and don't realize the adult size of the dog.

Being able to discipline and conduct the proper training for a dog of this size and temperament is also crucial. Keeping the dog entertained and stimulated is another element of owning Black Russian terrier puppies. The intelligence level of the breed makes them a great addition to homes that move forward with the proper training. As with all dogs, putting in the time and effort to make the dog a family companion is a key element in the owner-pet relationship. Examining your home and family life to see if a Black Russian terrier is a good fit for a home can help the dog and family feel more comfortable and happy to share their lives together.

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