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  1. Cynthia says:

    Do you have any Russian Bolonka dogs in need of a good home?

  2. Karyn hirsch says:

    We would like to adopt a Bolonka, preferably an adult fixed female. We met one (rescue) and were charmed. We have 2 rescued shih zus for some years now and it is a wonderful experience

  3. Joan says:

    I have a Bolonka neutered Chocolate and white male. He was born 11/13/2018. His name is Chip. He is a sweet boy and needs a patient home. He has been with my husband and I all his life an not around other people so he is very nervous around new people.

  4. Barbara GREEN says:

    we are interested. we have two bolonkas – can u send a picture?

  5. Karen says:

    He will make you laugh everyday and keep your lap warm. Max is a five year old one owner Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka. He is all black, AKC registered, neutered and weighs about 12 pounds. Max has been a happy and healthy dog. Never had health problems; you can verify with our vet. Max is loyal and housebroken.
    although he warms up slowly to new people, Max is sweet and lovable. He’s the perfect fit for a dog lover in a child-free and dog-free home. Max does get along with other dogs but I believe he would prefer to be the only dog. Not sure how he would be around kids. He is small and may find small children a bit intimidating – older families might be better. Max is also crate trained. We are sad to see him go, but due to health reasons we can not keep Max. If you think you are the perfect family for Max, we’d love to hear from you and find out more about you. Thanks

  6. clare senfield says:

    I am a retired Labrador Retriever breeder, and have been involved with the breed for over 40 years. I am also an AKC licenced judge. Over the years, I have also enjoyed the companionship of Cavalier King Charles spaniels, each one thoroughly spoiled and a constant companion. I am no longer breeding, and my five remaining Labs are housedogs, the oldest being 11, the youngest is 2. They are laid-back, rub-my-tummy sorts who provide 24/7 entertainment.
    I have been a proponent of the raw diet for almost 20 years, and vaccinations are only given when a titer test requires it. This regimen has resulted in extended lifespans for the majority of my dogs.
    My husband and I are in our so called golden years (our five children long gone and almost middle-aged), which is one of the reasons I decided to rescue an adult. I am beyond the puppy stage now! Max would have a great life, sleep on my bed and/or my lap and enjoy our 40 acres of the valley.
    I know you said you would prefer to place him with a dogless home, and I quite see your point of view. I just thought he might just get along very well with my guys. I will respect whatever decision you make.
    I shall look forward to your response.

  7. Jim Webster says:

    We have a recently widowed friend who’s Pug died too. She loves our Bolonka. She would love to find one but is not quite up to a puppy. She is a very loving person and would give him/her Bolonka a great home and lots of love. Any thoughts by anyone? Jim

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