Borzois for sale
Loyal, affectionate, and regally dignified; a charming but self-sufficient canine nobleman
Energy Level: Moderate; This incredible sprinter requires running space; Borzoi are quiet and catlike at home.
Appropriate for Children: Especially Appropriate for Older Children
Compatible with other dogs: Under Supervision
Grooming: On an as-needed basis
Males must be at least 28 inches tall; females must be at least 26 inches tall (female)
75-105 pounds (male), 60-85 pounds (female) (female)
9-14 years of life expectancy
Level of Barking: Quiet
The Brindle borzoi, formerly known as the Russian Wolfhound, is a graceful and swift sighthound that was bred to pursue and pin prey. Nothing compares to the sight of a borzoi running at top speed, frequently exceeding 40 miles per hour. Despite their independence, which is almost cat-like, they are also affectionate and loyal family dogs. As agreeable and calm as they are, they can also be a little obstinate and are constantly on the lookout for a chase. Gentle, patient training will yield positive results with your Brindle borzoi puppy. He was born to run and will pursue anything that moves, which is why a fenced-in yard and leash training are critical.
The Russian aristocracy’s obsession was wolf hunting. For centuries, nobles gathered on their vast estates for ritualized hunts. It was not uncommon for a hundred Brozoi and an equal number of servants to be employed in these lavish affairs, which culminated in a grand feast at the manor house. With the 1917 Russian Revolution, the nobility and their aristocratic hounds were slaughtered en masse. Without the Borzoi’s international fans, the breed might have perished.
Because they are a giant breed, they are susceptible to osteosarcoma (bone cancer) and heart problems. Bloat and torsion can occur in any large, deep-chested breed as well. Certain Borzoi are extremely sensitive to certain types of anesthesia, and your vet should be aware of this if your Borzoi requires surgery. Borzoi absorb these drugs differently due to their lack of body fat. Ropum (Xylazine) should be avoided in breeding.
The sire and dam have undergone the necessary health screenings as recommended by the Parent Club for this breed.
I guarantee the health of the puppies I sell.
I will provide a written bill of sale outlining the buyer’s and seller’s responsibilities.
If a puppy buyer is unable to keep a puppy purchased from me, I will return the puppy under any circumstances.
I enroll my puppies in AKC Reunite once they have been permanently identified.
Vaccines & Health: Genetic disorders have been ruled out through parentage. Both parents were Embark-tested. Dewormed and fully vaccinated puppies Home Again microchipped.
Brindle is a term that refers to a pattern of black stripes and stripples that occurs wherever the coat contains red.
Brindle borzoi puppies are born brindled, though they may appear darker than they will be as adults. Historically, the term “brindle” was used to refer to the color known as grey brindle or cream brindle. That is a brindle with a cream undercoat. When the stripes are extensive, the dog appears to be grey brindle, while when the stripes are sparse, the dog has a cream base color. Due to the fact that this is the customary usage of the pattern/color name There is no need for a separate pattern/color name for Brindle borzoi.
Brindle is a color pattern. While all Brindle borzois are genetically red, they may appear to be black, mahogany, silver, cream, orange, silver cream, blue, or nearly white.
Self brindles are available in a variety of colors.
Borzoi dog for sale
The cost of purchasing a Borzoi varies significantly and is determined by a variety of factors, including the breeder’s location, reputation, litter size, the puppy’s lineage, breed popularity (supply and demand), training, socialization efforts, and breed lines. Review the prices of Borzoi puppies for sale below.
The median price for all Borzois sold at the moment is $1,150.00. This is the borzoi cost with papers but no breeding rights or show quality. While you can expect to pay less for a puppy without papers, we do not recommend it.
Are you looking for a dog with superior pedigree? Are you attempting to determine the cost of a puppy with breeding rights and papers? Expect to pay a premium for a puppy that comes with breeding rights or even for a puppy advertised as show quality with papers. Budget between $2,100 and $5,000 or even more for a Borzoi with superior breed lines and pedigree. Borzois sold on average cost $1,000.
Cost of owning a Borzoi puppy on an annual basis
Prior to purchasing a puppy, it is critical to understand the associated costs of dog ownership. The annual cost, or “upkeep,” is frequently overlooked when calculating the true ownership borzoi cost. Consider the cost of food, vaccines, heartworm, deworming, flea control, vet bills, spay/neuter fees, grooming, dental care, food, and training supplies such as a collar, leash, crate, bed, bowls, bones, and toys when calculating your budget. All of these expenses can quickly add up, so budget between $500 and $2,000 or more for the first year and approximately $500 to $1,000 or more each year thereafter to cover your growing, adoring dog’s annual financial obligations.
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