Our recent hike above the Comox lake.
We are located in Courtenay, B.C., on the beautiful Vancouver Island. Our dogs are our family and live in the house with us, even though they don't have their own rooms. I am a member of the Samoyed Club of Canada and we participate in conformation, obedience and agility trials.
Frank rescued his first samoyed in 1990 in England, his name is Momo, means "fluffy" in Chinese. We got married and moved to Canada later and bought our first samoyed, Mojo, from a local breeder who became my mentor in the breed. She helped me find my first show dog, Moby and taught me about handling and grooming. I handled and finished Moby to his championship in 2004. Moli is our foundation bitch. She is a champion as well as a working mom.
Dormo means "lots of hair" in Chinese. We breed for health, structure and good temperment. Each breeding is carefully planned with research into the pedigree. We believe that a true Samoyed should have more than a pretty face, having the ability to work with their human. Please check back for our future breeding.
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