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Lana Leaves for Black Russian Terrier Speciality in California

on Wed, 10/16/2013 - 18:40

The head huncho of Iz Teremka Kennel Svetlana (Lana)  Lochan left today, October 6th 2013 to attend the Back Russian Terrier North American Speciality in Pleasanton California. The Speciality is being held under the auspices of the Skyline Dog  Fanciers of San Mateo County and  Del Valle Dog Club of Livermore respectively and will take place from October 18th to October 20th 2013 inclusive.

Lana will not be showing any of her kennel dogs but will be an observer and adviser to her clients. If the need calls, she may be a handler.

In addition to the shows, the Black Russian Terrier Club of

Bogdan Qualifies for Inaugural AKC National Owner-Handled Series Finals

on Fri, 10/11/2013 - 10:32

The American Kennel Club (AKC) has advised Izteremka Kennel that Multi-Champion Hranitel Dinasty Bogdan Tarasovich Iz Teremka qualified for the AKC's Inaugural National Owner-Handled Series Finals in 2013. The qualifying period extended from January 1st 2012 to October 10th 2012.

Although Chanpion Bogdan was not shown to many times at AKC events, he was able to qualify for the new AKC event.

The 2013 National Owner-Handled Series wil take place in Orlando, Florida at the  AKC/Eukanuba National Championship on December 14th to December 15th 2013.

Juvenile Laryngeal Paralysis & Polyneuropathy (JLPP) in Black Russian Terriers

on Mon, 10/07/2013 - 11:40

Juvenile Laryngeal Paralysis and Polyneuropathy (JLPP), a neurological disorder has been discovered in Black Russian Terriers.

Dr. Nicolas Granger of the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri-Columbia recently reported that Black Russian Terrier puppies suffered from JLPP when these puppies displayed difficulties in breathing and weakness after weaning age.

For more and detailed and video information on this dreadful condition, click here.

 

 

 

Bogdan Iz Teremka New Grand Master Champion

on Sun, 10/06/2013 - 19:51

Under cloudy sky , black clouds and rain, Iz Teremka Kennel travelled to Flamborough, Hamilton to attend the All Breeds International Dog Show on Saturday October 5th, 2013.

We arrived on time to see that many competitors had shown up and the inclement weather had cleared a little.

There were three shows, however the only Black Russian Terrier that showed up was our Bogdan Iz Teremka. Consequently, Bogdan won the Best of Breed 3 times.

In Group showings he won the group once and proceed to win Best in Show.

As a result of Bogdan winnings, he has now received his Grandmaster Championship

We are on Facebook

on Mon, 09/30/2013 - 03:37

We are now on Facebook.

Join us there to see the latest news, photographs, comments and all sorts of information regarding our Black Russian Terriers.

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Chocolates A No For Black Russian Terriers

on Thu, 10/06/2011 - 09:45

As Black Russian Terriers are large dogs, the temptation of owners to give chocolate to their dogs is irresistible. Children especially may be overcome by the festivity and may give dogs chocolates when their parents are not in sight..

 

With the pending Halloween, Christmas and New Years, chocolates are everywhere

Chocolates SHOULD NOT be given to dogs, bottom line.

Chocolates contain a compound called theobromine and theophylline.

Theobromine belongs to the same family as caffeine.

Iz Teremka Dogs Triumphs at Woodstock Rare Breed Show

on Tue, 07/26/2011 - 02:12
Black Russian Terriers, Iz Teremka Kennel Dogs Kalinka's Illarion (Lari) Iz Teremka and Boginya Nochi
Iz Teremka Bessie had multiple wins at the Rare Breed Club of South Western Club of Ontario Show.
 
The annual event was held at the Southside Park, Woodstock, Ontario on July 9th and 10th respectively
with two shows on each day.
 
Bessie, bred by Iz Teremka Kennel and owned by Mike  MacKenna of Sault Ste Marie ON, is a 
beautiful bitch who had the best showing of her young career. She went on to win Best of Breed twice,
Best of Group twice,Reserve Best in Show and Best in Show.

 

Iz Teremka Dogs Wins in Kingston ON and New Platz NY

on Mon, 06/27/2011 - 09:14

In the month of June 2011, Iz Teremka Kennel Black Russian Terriers had big wins in Kingston Ontario and in New York State.

At the Rideau Acres Campground and Resort, the Kingston and District Kennel

Club hosted a three-day event from June 17th 2011 to June 19th 2011.

Iz Teremka Black Russians participated on all days.

Here are the results for Iz Teremka Kennel Dogs:

Friday June 17th 2011

Winner’s Bitch:

BOGINYA NOCHI IZ TEREMKA BESSIE. 07-13-09

By Furry Taras Siberian Star – CKC Champ. Kalinka’s Groosha Iz Teremka.

Owner: Michael Mackenna. Echo Bay ON, CN P0S 1C0.

Breeder:

Shows Around Canada

on Mon, 06/06/2011 - 21:55

Dog Shows Around Canada listings are shown below

VICTORIA COUNTY K.C. - EARTHDOG TESTS
Laurelwood 
42 Col. Williams Lane 
PONTYPOOL,ONTARIO

VICTORIA COUNTY KENNEL CLUB EARTHDOG TESTS

SAT JUNE 18,SUN JUNE 19,2011

Closes Monday, June 06, 2011

Phone and Fax entries accepted by Entry Line until 4 P.M.

Internet entries accepted by Entry Line until 3:30 P.M.

 

ASSOC. CANINE DE LA MAURICIE - LTD OBED
Arena JEROME-COTNOIR
5225 rue de Courcelette 
TROIS RIVERES,QUEBEC

Obedience - ASSOCIATION CANINE DE LA MAURICIE - LTD OBED

SAT JUNE 25,SAT JUNE 25,SUN JUNE 26,SUN JUNE 26,2011

Obedience -

Pig Ears Chews Recalled

on Tue, 05/10/2011 - 09:48

Pig Ears Chews manufactured by the Keys Manufacturing Company, Inc. of Paris, IL have been recalled because of potential contamination of Salmonella.

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 100 count cases packed in cardboard boxes were shipped between September 27th 2010 and January 25th 2011 to distributors in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Missouri, Iowa, Ohio, Illinois, Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, Arkansas, Indiana, Louisiana, Texas and Minnesota.

 In it’s press release the FDA indicated that persons handling these chews could be infected with Salmonella if they have not washed

Why do Black Russian Terrier Puppies Have Colored Ties?

on Mon, 05/02/2011 - 12:54

We have received numerous inquires and questions as to Black Russian Terrier puppies wear colored ties around their necks.

 

Colored ties are placed around the puppies when they are delivered. It is a source of identification as to which puppy was born first, second, third and so on. 

The ties are colored and each puppy is given a different color. If there is a large litter and the specific colored ties have finished, then double ties of different colors are used.

Hills Science Diet ® Pet Food Ranked As Number One

on Sun, 02/13/2011 - 16:31

Good Guide an independent organization in its first assessment of pet foods recently ranked Hills Science Diet® pet food as number one in each of its four categories: dry and wet pet food for dogs

GoodGuide.com, the organization’s website which provides consumers with expert ratings and information about health, environmental and social performance of products and companies.

Kostas Kontopanos, President, Hill's U.S said, “ We are honored that GoodGuide.com has recognized Hill's and our extensive commitment to producing precisely-balanced nutrition for pets.

Black Russian Terrier and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

on Wed, 02/02/2011 - 15:52

Black Russian Terriers as well as other animals and human beings are highly susceptible to Carbon Monoxide poisoning when automobiles, home furnaces, wood stoves, blast furnaces and coke ovens are used.

What is Carbon Monoxide (CO)?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration defines Carbon Monoxide (CO) as a poisonous, colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas. Although it has no detectable odor, CO is often mixed with other gases that do have an odor. So, you can inhale carbon monoxide right along with gases that you can smell and not even know that CO is present.


The dangers of

Feeding Your Black Russian Terrier

on Fri, 01/21/2011 - 12:07

Feeding a Black Russian Terrier is not as difficult as you may think.

Good breeders would not sell their puppies before eight weeks old. By this time the puppy is weaned from its mother and should begin to eat kibble. Your breeder should have given you a starter package of dog food so that the puppy will continue to eat the food that he/she is accustomed to. If you are thinking of changing the dog food, integrate small portions of the starter package with the new dog food until the puppy gets accustomed to the new dog food.