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Comet Wayeh Gates of Heaven

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Wayeh-Mystic Ring of Fire "Smoky"
X Wayeh Star Light Star Bright "Bright"

W ____/08. b. 10/20/09, "/# skinny working weight, gray sable female
10-gen COI 2%, OFA/CERF/Thyroid too young
Breeder/Owner/Handler Sidney Helen Sachs
Pedigree, Generations, Littermates, Comet's Picture Page
10th Wayeh generation

The Gates of Heaven are guarded by the dogs in your life, according to Inuit legend.  If your dogs love you, they allow you to pass.  The Inuit also believed comets were the pathway to heaven.

This Comet is a fireball, she is a bundle of energy and affection and has an enduring playful spirit.  She will stomp her feet and woo-woo to get your attention, and then blaze a bath around you, tail up, butt down, scooting as fast as she can.

Short Pedigree

Wayeh-Mystic Ring of Fire "Smoky"

RBIS UKC ptd/INT CH Ksarah's Hope Inditarod "Brady" (imp Czech Rep)

Multi BIS BISS CH Buffalo Bill Inditarod "Smokey2" (pic) (pic2)

Multi CH Great Spirit Inditarod "Cora"

INT CH Black Ice's Heartbreak Hannah "Hannah Banana"
CH HG Brandywine's New Moon "Angus" OFA Good, COI 22%
Black Ice's Winter Frost "Anya" 
OFA Excellent, COI 12%

Wayeh Star Light Star Bright "Bright"

Artic Luv's Dancin' Bearfoot "Yogi" OFA (prelim) Excellent, COI 19% Uyak Koyuk Kip "Kip"
Artic-Luv's Whose Your Daddy? "Betty"
AKC/INT CH Wayeh Singn Follow Me Masasyu CGC WTD "Sunny"
OFA Good, 10-gen COI 3%
CH Tessa's Sir Charles CGC "Charles"
OFA Good,  COI 3%
AKC/INT CH Wayeh's Soul Song CGC RN WTD WLD "Singer" 
OFA Excellent, COI 1%


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Wayeh Alaskan Malamutes last updated 11/18/2010

Member Oak Ridge Kennel Club since 1996, member TN Working Dog Association since 2008

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