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    Riley was quick to spot my mention of puppies.

    So here are some photos for everyone of my current litter of Borzoi babies. I only breed a litter every couple of years as it is a huge undertaking and expense - I seem to always have huge litters! Also as they are such a slow maturing breed my breeding plans are always planned well ahead and long-term. These pups were in the planning for four years...

    They are also quite challenging to place in suitable homes as many people out there don't know what a Borzoi is, let alone would think about bringing one into their family. So we do take a while to find the best spots for all pups. Which is sort of nice as we get to have some around for a while - they are just so completely loveable!!

    These guys are currently 9 weeks old. If anyone would like to see younger/baby photos or pics of their mum and dad or my other adults - just let me know.










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    Yes - please ! I could look at Borzoi photos 'till the cows come home !

    Not sure if I could call them small ? pups !

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    Just lovely, as usual.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    They are currently growing at a rate of about a kg a week... So no, I suppose not small by usual standards!

    Some more pics for you

    With big half-sister Andie (2 1/2 years old)




    When they were tiny, with their mum (half the litter):


    This is dad:


    And with big half-brother:


    And mum:


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    Wow they are stunning! remind me of Afgans.

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    Just gorgeous! There is a couple with a Borzoi at our local dog park.. Such beautiful animals!

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    Same "family" ejburke32 - they are Sighthounds. So similar to Greyhounds, Deerhounds, Whippets, Afghans, Salukis, Azawakh etc etc.

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    I reckon the groups into lure coursing for not-greyhounds would love to see these...

    There's a QLD group and an Adelaide group that I know about - on facebook...

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    Thanks for sharing the lovely pics Nattylou.

    I've never seen the so young. Love that big white stripe up the nose.

    The 2nd picture first post ........So did those lovely clean pups roll it that horse dung ??


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    They don't roll in it but love to snack on it... And then run up to me in a big horde wanting kisses...

    Or, they find a bit and run off. This bit is obviously the very, very best bit of horse poo ever and a great chase ensues...

    One boy fell asleep yesterday and the others carried bits back to his bed and crumbled it all over him. He looked a bit put out when he woke up...

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