NAME: Suna-Sanik's Electric Noah Of Fenrirkin (IMP NOR)
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
NOAH'S TOP ACHIEVEMENTS
** First Greenland Dog to gain a UK Championship Show Puppy Group Placing) **
KC GCDS Puppy Foundation Obedience Award
KC Discover Dogs Breed Representative (March 2019)
At UK Championship Shows (AVNSC & Breed Classes)...
2 x Reserve Best Dog
2 x Best Puppy In Breed
1x Working Puppy Group 3 (breed first)
At FCI Championship Shows...
2 x Best Baby Puppy in Breed
At Open Shows (AVNSC & Breed Classes)...
1 x Best of Breed
1 x Best Puppy in Breed
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 quite likes if he can steal something from the other dogs too. He particularly dotes on "big brother" Harry and enjoys chasing him for kisses and playtime.
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!
We are very excited to see what Noah can bring to our kennel and to the UK and look forward to the future.