Since 1981 I have been breeding Siberian huskies, and since
1988 Greenland dogs as well. The beeding programme was only
used to cover my own demand for young dogs. Breeding in order
to sell puppies was never my objective. My breeder and trainer
name since 1980, Loschadej, comes from the Russian; freely
translated it means a vehicle drawn by animals, although this
does not necessarily have to be a sled. Sinde 1981 the dogs
have been racing successfully throughout Europe. In 1994 the
Greenland bitch Nukik was world champion at the World Dog
Sow, and her son Elak took 3re place.
Is one of the oldest breeds of dog in the world. It has been
used by the Inuit from earliest times for transport and hunting.
It is robust, very strong, tough, and has great stamina, easily
capable of the hard work demanded of a sled dog, and friendly
towards people, even strangers. All colours of coat, single-
or multicoloured, are permitted with the exception of albinos.
Eye colour is usually dark, but may reflect te color of the
The Sibirian Husky
Is a medium-size working dog, fast and elegant in its movement.
It is able to pull lighter loads over longer distances with
a high average speed. It is friendly and gentle, intelligent,
a dog that enjoys running and a willing worker. All colours
of coat are permitted, and great diversity of head markings
is found. The eyes may be brown or blue, or even one brown
and one blue eye, and parti-coloured eyes are not unusual.
Greenlanddogs, puppies born 12.05.2006, Mother Siwash (R.
Minartz) x Father Loschadej's Kaamos (R. Minartz). Loschadej's
Aragon, Eros, Iruna, Girona und Navarra. Pictures puppies
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Fotos 45 - 62 © Guy van Grinsven