Prague Ratter's Club of America
Hi, My name is Kristin Boren and I live in Missouri. I am the club president. The first picture to the left is our first Prague Ratter, Tiki. Our second addition is Isabella, who has had some puppies. Tiki is spayed. One of Isabella's pups, Drake is pictured on this page. We added our third Prague Ratter, Andelka od Svatavky, who we call Tilly, a beautiful brown and tan female. We just traveled to the Czech republic in September and with the help of two amazing Czech breeders, we brought two new additions home. Tecka Propper Puppy is a beautiful black and tan female, and Volt z Jeric is our stud dog puppy. We are very proud of our dogs! We have really enjoyed owning these tiny friends and if you bring one into your home, you are sure to experience the same joy. If you are looking for a pup to love that is friendly, smart as a whip, and very affectionate, the Prague Ratter is for you. If you don't enjoy lots of grooming, these are for you! If you have always wanted a tiny dog who is not yappy or snappy... look no further! Pragiue Ratters are energetic and fast dogs with remarkable agility, but they don't miss a chance for a cuddle or to just curl up on an inviting lap.
The Prazsky Krysarik breed is really old, so it is almost impossible to trace its early beginnings, but Polish chronicler Gala Anonym wrote that Polish king Boleslav II The Brave (1058 -1080) became fond of the Prague Ratter, he had two that came from Bohemia (the Czech lands). The Ratter was often present at royal banquets and also symbolized the independence of Czech lands (