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Born: July 30, 2021
But still, i decided to part with my little mischief maker 🥰 😈 male 2, “svarog” still looking for a proper home. The boy is great for show and breeding, as well as for being a good friend to a loving family 🍀 the only blood line of wonderful boyboo (breed champion 2020 and 2021 at the main exhibition of yl in yakutsk) in russia. 📌 baer +/+ 📌 they all are fully vaccinated and have puppy cards. 📌 chip, delivery to moscow are free. pedigree litterайхал&partnerid=2146&level=6&ilevel=5 more pics of kids on the kennel’s vebsite ➡️ and in pm.
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Syrdyk Sulus Barakhsan

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Yakutian Laika - Cooljack


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Меркулова Екатерина

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I've been breeding dogs for 7 years, since 2015. I am a member of the Russian Kynological Federation.
As a lot of other kids do, I’d been dreaming about a dog in my childhood. At the age of 12, I got an Eastern-European shepherd, born from the working dogs. She was an incredible girl and manifestation of all of the best about this breed. That was the time when I started to gain an interest in dogs’ behaviour and psychology. I started reading Konrad Lorenz’s books; in adulthood, Karen Pryor and Susan Garrett joined the list. At that point, Jack Russel Terriers appeared in my life. With these dogs, I discovered such disciplines as obedience, agility and dog-show. In 2014 I registered a kennel club. In 2019 my husband bought the first Yakutian Laika — Aikhal. He bought him for himself, but since at that time I was in heavy depression because of my favourite dog’s death, I saw so much love in that fluffy, blue-eyed creature that it warmed my heart. Doesn’t mean Yakutian Laikas cure depression, but maybe there is some truth to that. They are wonderful, beautiful, quiet and calm dogs with strong psychics. For hundreds of years the breed developed as sled dogs, but the reality was that they also accompanied their owners on a hunt, protected cattle from predators and were good friends to the children. Such conditions formed an ideal companion dog. Nowadays these dogs live in houses and flats together with cats, rabbits and other small pets just fine. They are very careful and tolerant with children. A lot of Yakutian Laikas have hunting instincts that could be either developed or redirected towards other activities like frisbee or agility — the choice is up to an owner. Some laikas even happen to have a herding instinct, which is probably caused by having Samoyeds among their ancestors. The cynologist community will probably never stop arguing about what dogs’ traits are important for breeding. Each breeder has its own requirements for dogs when it comes to selection. Meeting breed’s standards and having good health test results is undoubtedly important, but everything else is a personal preference. Some breeders aim to create an ideal working dog, others dream about a perfect supershow dog (not gonna lie, I do as well 😊). For me, though, it’s about a dog’s ability to be a great family member. It means that such a dog is going to have a huge amount of love and trust towards people from birth. It never shows aggression towards kids (though I also demand my kids to treat dogs with respect as well). It behaves well at the vet and doesn’t have phobias. If a dog doesn’t meet any of those requirements, it won’t participate in inbreeding. I follow that principle because you can always stop attending dog shows, you can always leave dog sports for different reasons, but your dog will always be a family member. My priorities, however, don’t get in a way of my love and respect towards the show and working dogs. A professional handler works with my dogs. All of them have a successful show career and titles from different dog exhibitions, including high tier ones. Some dogs have won unique titles that are being awarded only once per year — Junior Moscow Winner 2020 and Junior Moscow Winner 2021. Yakutian Laika is an incredibly beautiful breed and an aesthetical pleasure for everybody who appreciates the beauty of nature. Hence why I call my laikas «My beautiful beasts». You can always see more details about us and our lives in the News section and on our Facebook page.
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