IN MEMORY

Our dogs are our colleagues, our best friends and our family! We are always very sad to see them leave, one way or another.

In some cases we find a nice retirement home for our older dogs, but only if we feel they would really love being a family dog.
Otherwise they can enjoy their retirement here in the kennel as yard dogs and will stay with us until they pass away from old age.

The following dogs have been adopted or passed away. We will always remember them!

Frost

R.I.P. 2021

Frost was a goofy dog who loved cuddles, chasing puppies and sexy ladies. He could be very stubborn and ‘tough’, but once he was in a harness Frost changed into a routined worker, calm and always ready to go! We will miss you silly man!

Jenga

R.I.P. 2020

Jenga was the biggest and shy one from the games-litter and she loved coming inside for cuddles. Unfortunately she had many extreme seizure attacks. The vet and us could only do our best, but the last ones became fatal for this cute girl.

Latifah

ADOPTED 2020

Because of her skin problems Latifah lived most of the time in the house and we couldn’t take her on the longer camping-trips. Now she continues to enjoy sofa-life and daily hiking or skiing adventures with a nice active couple and their hunting dog.

French

R.I.P. 2020

French has always been a personality that stood out in a positive way. He was very easy-going in the pack, a great example for our younger dogs, a hard worker and a huge fan of cuddling! We miss you big guy, run forever wild and free!

Lupin

R.I.P. 2019

Lupin, the biggest of our first litter who found a place in our heart very quickly. Unfortunately we never got to celebrate his first birthday. We would have loved to see this chilled guy grow old, instead of losing him because of a stone in his belly!

Bella

ADOPTED 2019

New people, dogs or places: it’s all a lot of fun for this girl! But Bella’s intestines couldn’t digest fatty food, which is not very practical for a sleddog. This is why she was adopted and lives a happy and active life close to the Swedish mountains.