Russian Toy Terrier or Moscow Toy TerrierYou can say any foolish thing to a dog, and the dog will give you a look that says, 'Wow, you're right! I never would've thought of that!' - Dave Barry
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Russian Toy Terrier or Moscow Toy Terrier

Russian Toy Terrier Information

The Russian Toy Terrier is also known as the Moscow Toy Terrier, the Moscovian Miniature Terrier, and the Moscow Longhair Toy Terrier. They are one of the smallest breeds in the world with a very special look. They are either longhaired or smooth haired. Some types have been described as looking like a miniature deer.

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The Russian Toy Terrier is known for its agile, hardy, fearless nature, often with their lives being utterly devoted to their master.

The Russian Toy Terrier is easy to train and can be a joy to work with in dog show obedience events.

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