Vladimir rolling around in the grass like a crazy person
insane? oh no no, I get really scared when I see my dog do that..with THAT face
Valdimir's a borzoi, he's allowed to be a crazy dog! XD
you have a beautiful dog
He looks so happy ^^
aw he/she is beautiful! I love this breed!
That is just so adorable! I love Vladimir. He reminds me of a 12 year old whippet we walk. They're all just so cute.
awww, I love whippets. c:
Such a happy boy. I LOVE the colors in these photos.
I'm getting such puppy fever.
I wish you would post pictures of Vlad more often!
can i just say i love Borzois and then I see yours and it makes me love them even more
*reaches to hug the fluffiness*
I LOVE Borzoi. I went kind of the opposite way, hair-wise, with a Standard Xolo.
This looks like a VERY happy dog
Sometimes I wish I did the same....this shedding is killing me. xC
Thank you He is a very happy dog lol
Oh, but let me mention that I also have a double coated Smooth Collie and a single coated Bluetick Coonhound! Hahaha. I may have a hairless dogs but I still have two shedders! We have a Borzoi or two in the plans in the next few years. We'll ALWAYS have a Xolo (or two) but I just love the sighthounds.
Yeah, I have two other double coated breeds along side my borzoi too...ugh...
Xolos are nice. There is a debate going on whether or not they are sighthounds. No one really knows! Some people say they are and some don't believe so. I don't know where I stand. lol
I sometimes wonder if the confusion comes from the UKC having the sighthounds and pariahs together. If they were a sighthound the AKC would have them in the hound group. I think confusion also comes from the different build of the American Xolos vs the Mexican Xolos. They build is pretty different. The American Xolos have an almost sighthound build to them where the Mexican Xolos are much more thickly built. My guy is an American XOlo from Mexican stock so he is right in between.
They are certainly fast and have the instincts to give chase and hunt but I think that comes more from the primitive aspect of the breed. They developed mostly on their own in the jungles and the ancient Aztecs used them as food, trackers, hunters, sacrificial guides in the underworld, medicinal healers both alive (hot water bottles for arthritis, muscle cramps, etc) and dead. They were an all purpose dog, really. I've always said that they are so multipurpose you could probably teach one to herd if you wanted to.
Lol! He looks like he's enjoying himself!
How cute! He's like "Mommy, watch me roll!"
He's a beautiful boy o3o really nice shot too.
Such a beautiful dogge ouo
You have one of the goofiest but most amazing dogs I know on the internet <3 Give that sweetheart a hug for me.
hehe what an adorable dog! ;w;
what camera did you use?
the quality is amazing!
He's getting closer and closer to you .
This is so cute ^^