There is a process to owning a Chinook that requires an understanding of the rarity of this breed (you cannot pick your puppy from a litter). Most, if not all legitimate Chinook breeders are very close to their dogs and expect to maintain a degree of social contact with owners for the entire life of their dogs. It is important to note that all dogs whether as pet or breed pups will require written contracts between the breeders and potential owners, which will include co-ownership in the case of breed pups. These strict but necessary measures are there to preserve the hard work that has gone into breeding healthy Chinooks with a solid working ability as well as protect the breed from accidental breeding (most pet pups are required to be neutered).

Please feel free to email us any questions you have about our dogs, website or breeding plans and we'll try to get back to you as soon as we can.

It is standard policy and part of the application process for you (prospective owners) to meet a Chinook in order to evaluate whether this is the breed for you. If you are unable to visit our home in Switzerland, you will be required to meet a Chinook owner and their dog/s wherever a possibility arises (probably the closest possible geographical location to your permanent residence).

3. Fill in a puppy application

By filling in an application form we can get to know you and you may be put on a waiting list.

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All temperament and physical tests have been completed and we will be attempting a breeding with Nana and Manuk in May 2020. A pregnancy will be confirmed by end of June 2020.

Whether you own a pet or breed pup/dog, we would like to provide you with positive training methods, tips and literature for you to have the kindest and most rewarding relationship with your dog.

Nutrition makes up a large part of your dog's health and we would like to make a variety of suggestions on what you can feed your dog to give it optimal growth, a strong immune system and hopefully a long and healthy life.

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