Black Russian terrier puppies are a large dog that is bred for police and military work in Russia. He is a guard dog and a great guard dog. He really needs to be placed with a human family, but would also appreciate plenty of exercise. She needs an experienced handler, especially for males. They love other dogs but may do very poorly with other dominant type dogs.
They also love children but may not take a friend to your children. Just as a reminder, never leave a puppy or dog alone with the child for a long time. Approximate adult size (two years or more) than men black Russian terrier puppies is between 25 and 29 inches to the withers (the highest point of the shoulder) and the female is about 25 to 28 inches to the withers. Both sexes run around 80-140 pounds with males being heavier.
Most dog breeds have certain health problems associated with that specific breed heritage and black Russian terrier puppies is no exception. canine hip and elbow dysplasia (genetic based looseness in the hip joint that can lead to arthritis pain and lameness), and Ear Otitis (infection of the outer ear canal due to debris, moisture and excess wax causing an infection). This disease list is an informative guideline only. Other diseases may also be significant threats, please contact your veterinarian for a complete list.