Hello and welcome to Sedona Borzoi, located in beautiful Washington State! My name is Tamara and I founded Sedona Borzoi in 1991. As a premier breeder of quality Borzoi in Washington State, we breed for health, temperament, symmetrical structure and Movement.
I took the time to learn about the breed for 13 years before producing my first litter. Avidly showing, studying and learning about structure, function and pedigrees. So I was confident that the dam of the Storm Litter would produce well and she did!
Our 10 acre fully fenced private lake park, plus 15 miles of wooded hiking trails give our Borzoi plenty of room to stay in tip top shape. Just minutes from Mt. Rainier, the scenary is breathtaking. Where We Live!
My family: My huband whom I call the dog whisperer because of his gifted way with animals and our Borzoi just love it here! The Borzoi romp in the park and swim in the lake. My husband runs the Borzoi on our 15 miles of trails.
For the last 22 years we have been very successful with our Borzoi, producing wonderful companions that have achieved top ranking in conformation and excelled in the field. Our magnificent stallion Cooper, MBISS Am Can Grand Champion Sedona Cloud Dancer was the #1 Breeder Owner Handled Borzoi for 2007 and Cooper ranked as the #4 Breed - #5 All Breed against the nation's top professional handlers. These results were accomplished while working 50 hours per week as a Director Of Marketing and campaigning soley in the Pacific Northwest!
At Sedona Borzoi we value Health above all, so we are committed to a Breeding Philosophy that supports Genetic Diversity. Geneticists have proven that tight inbreeding-linebreeding causes Inbreeding Depression which results in dogs that are - Smaller in size - Live fewer years - Are more suseptible to disease - Have smaller litters and Have difficulty conceiving.
We have bred and co-bred 6 successful litters over our 22 years in Borzoi. Our comprehensive Breeding Vision of a correctly built Borzoi emphasizes symmetry of angulation and structure in order to move efficiently. Today we see many Borzoi in the US show ring that are very over angled in the rear. The FCI Borzoi Standard, considers this a severe fault. If form is to follow function, this structural imbalance would not support the movement needed to perform the job that Borzoi were bred for.
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