Rain Mountain Chinooks
|Kennel Description||Thirty years of breeding and more than 8 generations of Champions. Powerful, Healthy & Sweet for Pet, Show & Pulling. We have many dual titled (conformation and performance) titled dogs and add more each year. Rain Mountain, founded in 1988, is the oldest active Chinook breeder in the Western States and one of the top three oldest in the world. We may live out in the country but we only have as many Chinooks as can sleep on the bedroom floor and fit in the car for frequent rids to anywhere. Every dog here is trained at least in basics, if not more -- no kennel dogs! Litters are planned long in advance with careful analysis of pedigrees and health of the litter but feel free to contact us for questions about the breed at any time (email preferred) or for visits to meet Chinooks "in the fur." Current events are on our "Rain Mountain Chinooks" Facebook page so check it out for activities and announcements. Each summer on the second Saturday in August we sponsor the Western Chinook Picnic for all Chinooks and their humans (or just fans of the breed) here at the Rain Mountain Slug Ranch. For a full day we have a Chinooks-only play fest for the dogs in the meadow and the on the trails while the humans barbecue. Almost everyone goes home with a door prize and a very tired dog. Guests come from all over the West, Alaska, the western Canadian provinces, and even from the Midwest for the event. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|owner_id||litter_id||Litter Name||Dam||Sire||Comments||Due Date||Location|
|1.316||179||TBD||Frontier Fire & Rain Dancer (Toketie)||Cloudburst LedgeBac Eclipse (Tiber)||Planned for late Spring of 2020. There are many owners involved with this litter and I already have a huge number of people waiting for pup. So please be aware that you can send me a completed questionnaire but there probably won't be a pup available. And after this litter, I don't know when I will breed my next since this will be Toketie's last and I don't have any other young females coming up at this time.||07/02/2020||Northwestern Washington State (an hour north of Seattle and an hour south of the US-Canadian border)|
|1.316||188||Country Singer Litter||Frontier Fire & Rain Dancer (Toketie)||Rain Mountain Wahkiakum Hero (Tucker)||Pregnancy won't be confirmed until roughly November 20th; breeding was don in late October. Toketie and Tucker make a beautiful pair of potential parents. Tucker is the son of my Kai (though far, far more outgoing and friendly) and Rain Mountain Quilceda Song (Emma), who is in turn the daughter of my Lolo and Carie Taylor's Jiggles. I'm very excited to have Lolo descendants since I always considered her to be one of the most beautiful and well-conformed Chinooks I ever had the joy of co-breeding (with Kay Lee Brown).
No new inquiries are being accepted since all potential pups are spoken for. But still willing to answer any and all questions about Chinooks for anyone interested.
|12/25/2019||Northwest Washington State (an hour north of Seattle and an hour south of the US-Canadian border)|