Hurricane Chinooks - Chinook puppies and Chinook dogs from registered champion health-tested
parents. Chinooks are native US sled dogs and are wonderful family pets;
litters produced with a focus on temperament, structural soundness and
At Hurricane Chinooks I work to breed top quality litters that will be
help build a solid future for the entire Chinook breed and provide wonderful
companionship to their families. I breed two or three quality litters a
year, depending upon the number of approved homes I have available.
At this time I am taking reservations for future litters, including
Nittany's litter of six puppies DUE November 4, 2010.
Mercury's hips are OFA 'excellent' and her eyes are CERF 'normal'.
She is sired by GR CH Rain Mountain Tonasket Thunder, a #1 Top Ten Chinook, out
of GR CH 'PR' Hurricane Electra DNA-VIP.
Crispin is OFA 'good' and his eyes are CERF 'normal'.
He is sired by NBOB GR CH 'PR' Hurricane Janacek, out of 'PR' Hurricane Riker.
Hurricane Crispin's Soul
I will hopefully be re-breeding Hurricane Sugihara (GR CH Hurricane Chaser X GR CH Rain Mountain
Estanislao) to Hurricane Crispin's Soul (Hurricane Riker X NBOB GR CH Hurricane
Janacek) early in January 2010.
I am accepting applications for show-/breeding-potential, performance
and pet homes.
Other Possible 2010/2011 breedings
Proposed 2010 breeding, at a time not yet determined,
in South Carolina:
GR CH 'PR' Rivertrail Seneca     and     CH 'PR' Mystic's Hurricane Xena
Xena is OFA hips 'excellent', OFA elbows 'normal, OFA patellas 'normal', and
has a CERF certificate (Dec 2009) for her eyes.
Seneca is OFA hips 'good' with a CERF certificate (Dec 2009) for his eyes. He is also
OFA heart 'normal'.
Hurricane Mercury and Rivertrail Seneca's litter arrived, in South
Carolina, on April 8, 2008 -- 9 puppies (7 girls and 2 boys):
All puppies have been placed. The following pictures
were taken May 23, 2008. Hurricane Borlaug (Mystic's Hurricane Sydney X
Hurricane Mackenzie) was assigned puppy sitting duties in the first two
One week old - room is getting tight at the dinner table.