NAME: Suna-Sanik's Electric Noah Of Fenrirkin (BJW-BE'19)
Sire: SE(POLAR) CH SE UCH Kallasgårdens Balder
(SE UCH Stuor-Irkes Arnaqmiut x Kallasgårdens Niaq)
Dam: NO UCH NO TCH Suna-Sanik's Wanted Suki
(Amkida's Ajugakangitok Amarok x NO TCH Suna-Sanik's Longdistance Devdi)
DOB: 18th September 2018
Hips: BVA 8 (R4 / L4)
Eyes: Clear Sep-20
NOAH'S TOP ACHIEVEMENTS
** First Greenland Dog to gain a UK Championship Show Puppy Group Placing **
Crufts BOB from Junior Class in 2020!
KC GCDS Puppy Foundation Obedience Award
KC Discover Dogs Breed Representative (March 2019)
Benelux Junior Winner (BE) 2019
At UK Championship Shows (AVNSC & Breed Classes)...
4 x BOB (inc Crufts)!
6 x Best Dog
12 x Reserve Best Dog
1 x Best Junior in Breed
8 x Best Puppy In Breed
1 x Working Puppy Group 3 (Breed first!!)
At FCI Championship Shows...
2 x BOB (IRE / NED)
1 x BOS (NED)
1 x Reserve Best of Breed (IRE)
3 x CAC (2x Ned, 1x IRE)
1 x Res Green Green Star (IRE)
2 x Best Junior in Breed (BEL)
2 x Best Baby Puppy in Breed (IRE)
At Open Shows (AVNSC & Breed Classes)...
4 x Best of Breed
4 x Reserve Best of Breed
4 x Best Puppy in Breed
1x 1st E3 Class (SHCGB Rally)
Please say hello to the baby boy of our pack, the handsome Noah!
He is bred by Marit Ånes of Suna-Sanik Kennel in Norway and is cousin to our youngest Greenland, Alice.
His Mum, Suki, is the one of the strongest lead dogs and head of the pack, demonstrating the uniquely stubborn but dedicated character that makes this breed so special. Her success is seen in both her racing and showing accolades and she remains a leader for Suna-Sanik in many ways.
His father, Balder, is a sweet character with a strong working ethic, having finished both the Polardistans (160 km) and Beaver Trap Trail (100 km) races, with 4x1st places from other races. He has had a great show career in Sweden too, with multiple CACs / BOBs and even a Best in Show accolade to his name!
Noah has a wonderful mix of cheeky and sweet - a definite Mummy's boy, he loves cuddles but is still very much a 'bull in a china shop' and quite enjoys seeing what he can get away with from the other dogs. He particularly dotes on "big brother" Harry and enjoys chasing him for kisses & playtime, often getting a telling off in the process as he barges and jumps on him for attention.
His show career has started well, with a trip over to Ireland in Mid-March for his first Baby Puppy classes where he gained not only back to back 1st / Very Promising gradings, but took Best Baby Puppy in Breed on both days!
In the UK his success has been just as strong, with numerous Best Puppy and even Best of breed accolades at Open Shows, alongside a cluster of Reserve Best Dogs and Best Puppy wins at Championship show. He even made breed history by being the first Greenland Dog to win a Puppy Group placing in the UK!
His 2019 continued well throughout his puppyhood, starting his Junior Champ & Championship titles in Belgium, Ireland & the Netherlands, as well as racking up the class wins at both Open & Championship Shows in the UK.
2020 proved a strange year, with the coronavirus pandemic cutting short many show plans, but nonetheless yielded some amazing results for Noah, not least his winning Best Dog & Best of Breed at Crufts in March - his first such accolade at a Champ Show in the UK, and what a way to do it! When UK shows recommenced in June 2021, he hit the ground running with 3 Best Dogs, 1 Reserve Best Dog and Best of Breed claimed so far!
Noah started working with great enthusiasm. Weightpull it took him some time tp learn the ropes (not understanding why he should do something if not at 100 MPH) but showing much improvement by the end of a season in novice class. He absolutely loves to run in harness and had his first competitive experience running at SHCGB Sherwood in January 2020, where friend Sarah took him out with her CED girl Peech and my Harry for an inaugural CED-Malamute-Greenland team - and they won their class!
At 2 years of age, he started backpack training and so far is very much enjoying it - although doesn't seem to understand it doesn't require him to pull the whole way round ;-)
And finally, to prove there are some brains alongside the brawn, he is one of only 5 Greenland Dogs in the UK to gain a KC GCDS Puppy Foundation obedience award - clever boy :)
We are very excited to see what Noah can bring to our kennel and to the UK and look forward to the future.