Sunday, September 26, 2010

Congratulations Pagan!!

Pagan ( Salish' Scimitar Devil His Due) takes Winners dog again for a 4 point major and then went on to take BOW at the Saluki Specialty last weekend! Not bad from the puppy class!! He is just starting out and has only shown at a few shows but is already well on his way to his AKC Championship. You can read more about him on his blog

Goodbye Gambler

I was set on keeping Gambler for myself but a wonderful home came along and Gambler is now with a new owner (though Moonsong Chinooks has kept co ownership and breeding rights). He is being trained as a mobility assistance and service dog. His temperament is perfect for it and he settled in quite well. He likes being an only dog and getting all the attention- he is a huge cuddler like his dad Brett and is a 'people dog' versus a 'dogs dog' We will miss him around the house, especially his sister Bianca.

Goodbye Kaltag

Bownstone Iditarod Trail Song (Kaltag) has found a new home with one of my co workers who also owns Bagheera from my Jungle Book litter. Kaltag, aka Kole, is going to be kept intact for breeding and showing. The family are avid hikers, campers, and snowboarders so he will be out and about often. He is a very good natured, bold boy but is the epitome of turn on and turn off. I will have to say he was the easiest puppy I ever had- in the house he was a lazy lump but when we went out he was in the pool, down the trail, and shooting all over.
Kaltag naps in front of his grandma Chili- his last night at home. Honey will really miss him!

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Frontier litter

At the very end of April, Frontier Chinooks had a beautiful litter of 7 puppies. Sadly, 2 of the puppies did not make it but the remaining 5 pups are wonderful, tawny pups with phenominal coats and nice heads. These pics were taken when the pups were 4 weeks old. Connie Jones of WoodsRunner Chinooks flew out to visit and she walked us through a puppy eval while she was here.

Miss Orange shows off her plush coat and nice color
Miss Rainbow and Mr. Red
Mr Red is a very dark tawny. He will retain a nice mask and dark guard hairs
Miss Blue (L) and Miss Yellow (R)

Miss yellow
Miss Yellow showing off her other end...she almost blends in with the bed
Miss Rainbow (l) and Miss Yellow (r)
Miss Rainbow
Miss Rainbow
Miss Rainbow
Miss Orange plays with a toy
Miss Orange
Puppies zonk out after a long day of visiting
Lilah looks over her new brood
Frontier pups at a few days old
parents of the new Frontier Litter CH SpringCreek Lambeau Leap (Brett) and CH Moonsong Halona Delilah (Lilah)
Brett is great with children and other dogs. Here he takes a break form his sulky demo to say hi to a fan
Brett showing of a sulky
Lilah looking guilty after she pulled all the toys out of the toy box while visiting the Moonsong pack for her 'date' with Brett
Lilah showing off her nice proportions

New addition

Moonsong Chinooks is pleased to have Brownstone Itidarod Trail Song - Kaltag/Kole- join our pack. He comes from the Brownstone litter of Moonsong Cedar River Touchdown x Lighthouse Tillamook Rock. Kole will stay with me for a while until a permanent show/breeding home can be found for him. You can see him on his own blog:

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Puppies are Here!!

Moonsong Cedar River Touchdown gave birth to 8 puppies on Sunday, March 14th. Sadly one puppy did not make it but 5 girls and 2 boys are enjoying life at Brownstone Chinooks. You can see more on their blog

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Breeding Accomplished!!

Brownstone Chinooks and Moonsong Chinooks are happy to announce the breeding between Moonsong Cedar River Touchdown and Lighthouse Tillamook Rock (Dakota). I was planning on breeding Dakota to my girl Alsea but one of Alsea's littermates had a major health issue crop up and I decided to wait and to make sure Alsea and her other littermates stayed healthy. She is only 3 and can wait for her turn. Cedar is co owned by Moonsong Chinooks and resides with Kay Lee Brown of Brownstone Chinooks. She was looking for a mate and is a half sister to Alsea so it was decided Dakota will be the perfect match. Cedar has excellent movement and a calm biddible temperament. Dakota had a nice head, great substance, and an exuberant friendly disposition. I am really looking forward to these puppies!!!! Brownstone Chinooks has a blog
Cedar hanging out with the Moonsong pack hours before her 'date' with Dakota
Dakota is a big boy!!!
He is also very Handsome
This is Cedar's dad Brett and her sister Rosie. I am keeping my finger's crossed that we get pups that combine Brett and Dakota- should be some Chinook!