The Bolonka Zwetna is a breed not recognized by the FCI, origin from Russia. It is recognized by the RKF and the VDH and is assigned to the FCI Group 9.
About Bolonka Zwetna
The ancestor is the Bichon Frisè, which was crossed with several toy-breeds.
The name Bolonka Zwetna means colorful lap dog, which is also derived the Bolonka Zwetna is allowed in all colors except pure white.
The breed is also not subject to a typical coat change, which makes it particularly popular for allergy sufferers. Even though he does not have a lot of hair, allergy sufferers must also be tested if they react to the hair.
The beautiful fur has to be regularly maintained.
The Bolonka Zwetna is a robust little, lively Begleithund, with its playful nature suitable as beginner dog and good companion of children.
He has a height of 24-26cm and is a rather long-stretched dog. Its fur is with good underwear and thick, silky and long. Something wavy up to larger curls, the latter are preferred, the coat should be.
The rod is worn straight and the ears are suspended. He can get up to 15 years old.
There are currently no dogs of this breed.
Still no breeds are associated with this breed!