CH Wayeh's Cherokee Summer CGC WTD "Summer"

 

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AKC/INT CH Wayeh's Arctic Wind's Shadow CGC TT TDI "Shad-Lad"

Wayeh's Shoshone Sunwalker IWPA-WWPDX "Shoney" X AKC ptd Vykon's Wayeh True Spirit CGC "Trudee"
1/8/94 - 7/7/99
Breeder/Owner/Handler Billie Stewart
Sire of Summer, Egret, & Shawnee

Shad-Lad was taken too soon.  He had just begun to shine.  We had plans, oh, did we have plans.  He was the light of Billie's life.  When we inherited Shadow and the kennel, Liz started him on his CD and already had mapped out his Canadian show campaign for the summer we lost him.  Shadow was the future of Wayeh kennels, out celebrated stud dog, a frequent visitor to the local nursing homes and jails where he was a therapy dog.  And he was so much more than all that,

Shadow loved the ladies.  But he also respected his elders.  He and grand-uncle Cherokee lived together for years, sharing the choice spots in the yard, playing in the cool mornings.  After he moved to Liz's, he lived with grandfather Yuke on a mountaintop farm in Kentucky and swam on the pond and chased frogs.  Shadow adored puppies, both human and canine, and they knew it, often taking liberties with dear old dad.

We miss you, Shadow, Run free at the bridge.

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Contact Wayeh    *    423-365-6039    *    Spring City, (East) Tennessee
Wayeh Alaskan Malamutes last updated 12/18/2009

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

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because a good Malamute has to be a good dog first.