A really interesting documentary about the Inuit dogs. The story of an icon, the Canadian Inuit Dog; from ancient roots in the Arctic as the working sled dog of the Inuit to its confrontation with modern technological society and sadly, it’s potential demise as a species.
Crufts is an annual international Championship conformation show for dogs organised and hosted by the Kennel Club, currently held every March at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, England. It is the largest annual dog show in the world, as declared by Guinness World Records, and lasts four days. Here’s the 2012 results for the Canadian Eskimo Dogs. It’s very good that this breed starts […]
We just received news from Beverly Arseneau about the results she got in shows, we are happy to publish here her message and picture 🙂 Good morning everyone, Prince Albert show was a WONDERFUL show … for the Friday & Sunday. On Friday for both shows.. Our Malamute boy Arcticice Play The Game ( Game […]
Courtesy of Bert-Jan Elfrink Eskimo Dogs “All but forgotten and now near extinction” Reprinted from Dogs in Canada – January 1976 By William J. Carpenter. The Eskimo dog, having attained fame and recognition as part of the Thule-Inuit culture and in the exploratory and scientific expeditions into Canada’s North and other polar regions, is “today in […]
Courtesy of Bert-Jan Elfrink Got this from the website rom Matty McNair and het Northwinds company: Past Film Work Supported by NorthWinds BBC “Top Dogs” Ran Fiennes introduces Robin Knox Johnson and John Simpson to his polar world Eric McNair-Landry organizes support and features as local expert 10 days of filming
Courtesy of Bert-Jan Elfrink published in Mushing Magazine (www.mushing.com) March 1, 2010 Story by Genevieve Montcombroux Entry in the author’s journal Resolute Bay, March 2, 2003 I’m moved by the untamed, stark simplicity of the North while I listen to its sounds: the ever-present sough of the wind, the continual swish of sled runners over packed […]
Courtesy of Bert-Jan Elfrink July 1, 2007 By Miriam Körner “Don’t go too close to these dogs. These are no pets,” warns Brian Ladoon, founder of the Canadian Eskimo Dog Foundation, as he leads me around his dog yard, home to 120 Canadian Eskimo Dogs – one third of the world’s population of registered purebreds. There […]