Wayeh Alaskan Malamutes Past
These are the Wayeh Malamutes represented in today's Wayeh pedigrees. There are many more Wayeh Mals in the Photo Albums (1981-present).
Wayeh-bred Mals in current pedigrees
Brought to Wayeh for breeding
Jack - I was introduced to the Alaskan Malamute by a rogue named Jack. He came into rescue as a really big "husky." He was big all right, 110# and his papers said he was something called an Alaskan Malamute. Oh boy, a Siberian on steroids. He was not a great Malamute. He was not even a good Malamute in temperament or structure. But there was enough oversized clown and charming rogue that I was hooked.
Lucky was not - lucky, that is. In his first 18 months, he lived in 7 homes. When he got stressed, he left. No matter what he had to do in order to leave. He was with me for his next 18 months. The night before Jack had to be put to sleep for aggression and Bear had to be put to sleep for lung cancer, he went over the fence and vanished. I look for him still.
Company B's Silver Bullet - Miss Mamma Bear came to me as a 9yo. She was a doll, through and through. Lung cancer took her less than a year after she sashayed into my life. But the impression she left, of regal grace and clownish humor as she sat in the basket of the sled and WOOOOOOed at the top of her lungs to make the dogs go faster and faster.
Then came the Wayeh dogs...
AKC/INT CH Wayeh's Cherokee Summer CGC WTD - Summer came to me days after loosing Jack, Bear, and Lucky. And she left much too soon. She was all things Malamute. My first show puppy, my first AKC CH, my first brood bitch, and my friend. Godspeed, brat.
INT Vet CH Wayeh's Just Before the Dawn CGC - In her last years, Summer's Momma graced my couch and sang for her supper. She was hell on wheels and I miss her spirit -- "I'm gonna like you a whole lot," she'd tell me. "But Billie is my only momma." Her grandkids Tom T. and Singer inherited her willing heart and her devotion.
AKC CH Wayeh's Cherokee Brave CGC TDI TT - Cher-Cher was the reason I fell in love with Wayeh Malamutes. He never met a person he didn't like. And he was a charming Southern Gentleman than frequently lived with intact males without a hitch. He (and his daughter Justice) came to me after Billie's death and I loved having all four generations - Tom T. & Singer, Summer, Justice, & the old man Cherokee.
Wayeh's Skygazer WTD NKC-WPT1 WWPD IWPA-WWPD - Summer's half sister, my first weightpull dog, Egret was inherited when Billie died. Placed in a pet home in New England.
INT CH Wayeh's Spirit of the Sentinel - Summer's half sister, my first conformation titled dog, Spirit came back to Wayeh after her owner died. She was placed in a pet home in North Carolina and is still going strong @ 12y.
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