Summer 2017 Litter
Forrest (Gemari's Wild Forrest) and Tali (Ch. Kol Tuv Fuligin Tali BN RN RLP-AOE RL1-AOE CL1-S CL1-G)
Tali had her 4 puppies a day or so early - born on August 2nd!!
All are doing exceptionally well.
2 red sable boys, 2 cream sable girls
I and my co-breeder for this litter, Risa Baumrind, are quite excited for this
litter as it will utilize underused pedigrees.
To see the Forrest x Tali pedigree, click here.
To be considered for one of these pups that is expected to be exceptional in both conformation and temperament,
please complete and return the questionnaire.
Interested in buying a Puppy?
If you are interested in buying a puppy, please complete the questionnaire. The answers you give on the questionnaire will let me know why you think a Canaan Dog is a good fit for your family and assist me in picking the right puppy for you.
A cautionary word on picking a Breeder to get your puppy from:
Be sure your new Canaan Dog puppy really is from a registered litter before you put down any money (even a deposit) or sign a contract, and from parents with health certifications that you can find on OFA. Sometimes registrations are late thanks to the mail system and regulatory bodies, but if you have any questions that aren't answered to your satisfaction by the breeder... you might want to look elsewhere for your newest family member. Most breeders will be thrilled to be asked about the health testing they've done prior to breeding as it is the indication of an informed puppy buyer.
If it's a Canaan pup from desert born parents or grandparents and you're working directly with folks in Israel to ensure it is properly registered via the miun system, that's one thing. If it's a Canaan pup from generations of registered parents that doesn't itself have a registration or parental health checks, that's perhaps something else.