From time to time we will be announcing exceptional
Black Russian Terrier litters
that we recommend from fellow breeders.
My husband, Darrell has been having serious health issues for several years... but when I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in January...
We felt it was time for some changes in our lives. We sold our home in Lakewood, Colorado and have moved into a Senior Community where I can get better and care
for Darrell and we are near our daughter.
Our dogs are in Fort Collins with our dear friends, Roz and Scott. Roz owns a half sister to our precious "Sybil"...They are going to help me continue my breeding program from their beautiful home and 5 gorgeous acres overlooking a lake!
Darrell and I will be going to Fort Collins to help them and will also be available by phone and internet... Isn't technology great!!?
Scott will be doing the hard work! Of managing the day to day activities of the dogs and he and Roz will be giving the dogs lots of the love and attention that is so essential. (Cha Cha was spayed a couple of weeks ago and Scott felt sorry for her so he started feeding her out of his hand... Oh yeah... you guessed it... now she only wants to be fed by hand... does she have his number or what!!) I will be mentoring them in the critical breeding research that we have done for so many years... to assure the great temperaments and structure that we strive for in our breeding program will continue. They will also continue the Super Dog Program with the puppies when we have litters!! And rock the puppies while they are on their backs...just like we do.
We are also happy to announce that Roz and I are co-owning a beautiful girl out of Danika and Gretzky's last litter!!!
Pictures coming soon! So Stay Tuned!
We are AKC Breeders of Merit in two breeds The Portuguese Water Dog & The Black Russian Terrier
Black Russian Terriersare not inexpensive dogs. You want a breeder that is totally devoted to the dogs he/she breeds. A breeder who is knowledgeable about the breed, health and temperament of theBlack Russian Terrier... And continually does research.
Breeding the Black Russian Terrier is a labor of love for us. We take pride in our study of pedigrees and health of our dogs. Our entire breeding program has been based on these principles. We study each breeding for several months (some times even a year or more) before we make the decision about a breeding. The parents of our puppies are carefully selected and health tested. "Mom" gets a high qualtiy food and the best medical care possible. We typically have one litter a year so our puppies get our undivided attention! We regularly attend seminars and workshops on k9 health and breeding practices. Breeding isn't an exact science but we do the very best we can with out losing the type of Black Russian Terrierwe want to breed.
We, also, work tirelessly to match the right dog with the right family or owner.
To find out more about our philosophy please visit our About Us Page
(We are no longer involved with the Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonkas... After two years we felt that we just couldn't devote the time required to study this breed and do it the justice.)
Jeanne & Cha Cha
(Ch Nasha Charovnitsa iz Russkoi Dinasti)
JeanneRylatt of DeSagres Kennels, has owned and bred many Champions, Group Placing, Group Winning & Best In Show dogs.
The Rylatt's Dogs have been Specialty winners.
Been invited to and attended numerous Westminister Kennel Club Shows.
Been ranked #1 in their breed and have been ranked in the top 10 consistently for many years attesting to their conformation and beauty.
Many of the dogs bred by DeSagres have obedience, agility, therapy dog, service dog and personal protection titles attesting to their work ethic and temperament.
Jeanne is the Co-Owner of Mantayo Kennels and Dog School in Lakewood, CO... A Coach to Clients who are in Animal Related Businesses.....Is very active in BRTCA, UBRTC, MMHKC and CFDC and in the dog community "giving back".
"I am a person of simple tastes,
easily satisfied with the best." Winston Churchill