We at Debby’s Bolonka’s strive to raise
excellent quality puppies and try to make our customers
puppy buying experience a fun and happy one. We
absolutely love these very beautiful and affectionate little
dogs. We are members of the NATBC, ARBA and the NAKC.
Our Stud dog Dmitri is an International Champion with NAKC, champion of Kennel Club USA and also an ARBA Champion. Dmitri is the first Bolonka in the United States to receive a triple championship. All of this was accomplished before he was 10 months old. He is pictured at the top of all the pages of this web site. Our Bolonka’s are wonderfully sweet, fun, loving, adorable dogs that love to cuddle. They want to please their human companions all the time. Absolutely love everyone including children. The Bolonka is a non-shedding hypoallergenic breed that weighs between 5 and 10 pound.
Brief History of the Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka
The Bolonka migrated to Russia with the Napoleon’s Army and were given to royalty as gifts. When Napoleon retreated there were a few left and became the French Bolonka.
What distinguishes them from other toy breeds is their wonderful easy going temperament. They are great companions for senior citizens as well as children. Make excellent pets because of there temperament and do not require a lot of space so are excellent for people that live in the city or apartments. They get along with other pets with very little aggression. They are very social animals and bond quickly with their human companions.
After World War II there was a lot of interest in the new toy dog breeds and were developed by selection from existing breeds. This is how the toy breeds in Russia began.
In 1997, The standards for the Bolonka and other toy breeds were developed. The typical traits of the Bolonka is that they are very social, loyal, and dependant on their human companions. They tend to be little clowns as they love to twirl and dance. They are not an aggressive dog in fact they are very easy going and get along with guinea pigs, cats and even other dogs. Just remember that they are individuals and these are the standard traits for this breed. For more information on this rare beautiful breed you can go to the North American Tsvetnaya Bolonka Club (NATBC) or you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call using the number on the contact us page.