Maremar American Eskimos is pleased to announce a litter of Standard American Eskimos (three females and one male) born on June 21, 2013 out of UKC Champion, AKC pointed, Maremar’s Winning Colors (Donna) , and UKC Best in Show, UKC Grand Champion, and AKC Champion, Pinebrooks Cirque Du Maremar (KOOZA!).
Donna’s mother, my Charlie (UKC Grand Champion and AKC Champion Wahl’s Dream Catcher), was the #3 top producing American Eskimo of all time – this was with only having three litters.
KOOZA!’s father was awarded a Best in Show as was KOOZA!. I showed KOOZA’s Grandfather, (UKC Best in Show, AKC CH, UKC Grand Champion, Pinebrook’s Rushmore Reagan) to #1 in the United States in UKC. He also was #5 in the country in AKC one year, and #6 another year. Rush was awarded with over Ten UKC Best in Shows during his show career.
These pups are genetically tested via heritage to NOT be affected by the gene that causes PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy), a disease that causes old-age blindness. Their parents, Donna and KOOZA!, have excellent movement, bites, structure and temperament and have passed these traits down to their puppies. Their front dew claws have been removed and they are current on their shots. Donna is 16 inches at the shoulder and KOOZA! Is 16.5 inches at the shoulder.
As I have been a breeder of Standard American Eskimos since 1990, and also a Lead Obedience Instructor at TCOTC (Twin Cities Obedience Training Club, Mpls, MN) since 1994, the lineage of these puppies has been carefully considered and selected for health, breed type, structure, movement and of course, temperament. The pups have been raised in my family room and selectively socialized with children, typical household noises and events. They have traveled to northern MN (at three weeks and again at five, eight, ten, and twelve weeks of age), where they met teenagers at a Catholic Youth Camp along with my nieces and cabin neighbors, visited the North Shore of Superior, camped out in Ely MN, and fortunately did not get close to a skunk that came to visit. This is in addition to meeting local neighbors and friends. At six weeks of age (after their first shots) they were brought to TCOTC for socialization with people (not other dogs at this young age, however). At eight weeks of age they started their dog to dog socialization.
A contract is required for ownership, as well as at least annual feedback of the dogs welfare (Christmas cards are fabulous)! If interested contact Mary Verness at 651.238.0074.
Maremar American Eskimos, St. Paul, Minnesota
A bit about Mary:
Founding Member: Northern Lights American Eskimo Dog Association (NLAEDA) in 1989 and has been a consistent Officer since the club’s inception.
Member of both the AKC and UKC National American Eskimo clubs.
Lead Obedience Instructor: Twin Cities Obedience Training Club
My Eskies have trained or competed in a variety of Canine Activities: Obedience, Conformation, Rally, Therapy, Agility, andTracking.
Mainly though, they are my companions, as this litter of pups will be to their forever families.