Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka

Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka

Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka


The Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka is a toy dog that originated in Russia in the 18th century. These little dogs were quite popular with the Russian high society ladies in both the 18th and 19th century. Exportation of this little dog was supervised closely by the state during the communist rule.


Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonkas are quite flexible as in where they live. They do well with apartment, city or country living. They do need a daily walk, and enjoy play sessions and other various exercises.


The coat of a Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka needs to be brushed daily to prevent tangles. Only bathe these dogs when absolutely needed, but do keep their eyes and ears clean. Their nails also need to be trimmed. Health concerns with these dogs include cataracts, patellar luxation, and corneal dystrophy.


The Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonkas are small, adorable lapdogs. Their coats are long and allergy friendly. They don't bark and they make wonderful companions. They're filled with character, are loyal, affectionate and friendly dogs. They're distrustful of strangers, but make amazing companions for children and older family members. These little dogs are typically sturdy and healthy, although they suffer, at times, from small dog issues such as dental and eye problems. They want to be with their masters at all times and hate being alone.


The Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonkas have thick and dense coats that are typically black, red, brindle, fawn, black and tan, cream, and brown and tan in color. Their hair is also silky, supple and soft. It either forms large curls or is quite wavy. They have a well-developed undercoat.


The temperament of Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonkas is unique from other toy dogs. They're easy going and not excited easily, which makes them great companions for children and older people. They get on well with other animals, and connect strongly to their human owner. They're quick to alert the arrival of a stranger. The affection of these little dogs is limitless. They're very charming and curious.


Training a Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka requires frequent, gentle and short sessions. They must have firm and gentle obedience training that is done with confidence and consistency. This will avoid Small Dog Syndrome or any other behavior problems.