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Sled Dogs: "Chinook's Children" circa 1945 Pictoreels
 
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more at http://quickfound.net "Champion sled dogs raised and trained in New Hampshire." Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The film was silent. I have added music created by myself using the Reaper Digital Audio Workstation and the Independence and Proteus VX VST instrument plugins. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinook_(dog) The Chinook is a rare breed of sled dog, developed in the New England region of the United States in the early 20th century. The Chinook is the official state dog of the state of New Hampshire... Description Appearance Standing 21 to 27 inches (53 to 69 cm) in height at the withers and weighing 55 to 90 pounds (25 to 41 kg), the Chinook is balanced and muscular. The United Kennel Club (UKC) breed standard states that "The ideal coloration runs from light honey color to reddish-gold. Black markings on the inside corners of the eyes are preferred. Dark tawny to black markings on the ears and muzzle are preferred. Guard hairs on the tail may be black. No white markings are allowed. Buff markings on the cheeks, muzzle, throat, chest, breeches, toes and underside are acceptable..." Temperament The Chinook is an affectionate and playful family companion with a special devotion toward children. A willing worker who is eager to please and enthusiastic to learn. The Chinook is highly trainable, adaptable, and versatile in his abilities. Gregarious with other dogs, the Chinook works well in teams and within family packs. The Chinook is a dignified dog and some Chinooks may be reserved with strangers but should never appear shy or aggressive. Health Health issues include normal hereditary problems such as epilepsy, hip dysplasia, and atopy. Also common is cryptorchidism, which occurs in about 10% of all male dogs. History The Chinook owes its existence to one man: Arthur Treadwell Walden of Wonalancet, New Hampshire. The breed derives principally from one male ancestor born in 1917, named "Chinook," who was Walden's lead dog and stud. "Chinook" derived from a crossbreeding of husky stock from the Peary North Pole expedition with a large, tawny Mastiff-like male. Photos of "Chinook" show a drop-eared dog with a broad Mastiff head and muzzle. Walden's leader was bred to Belgian Sheepdogs, German Shepherd Dogs, Canadian Eskimo Dogs and perhaps other breeds; the progeny were bred back to him to set the desired type and was apparently a strong reproducer of his own traits. Arthur Walden was an experienced dog driver with years of experience in the Yukon; he was the lead driver and trainer on Byrd's 1929 Antarctic expedition. He is credited with bringing sled dog sports to New England and with founding the New England Sled Dog Club in 1924. The 12-year-old "Chinook" was lost on the Byrd expedition. Control of the core breeding stock passed from Walden to Julia Lombard and from her to Perry Greene in the late 1940s. Greene, a noted outdoorsman, bred Chinooks in Waldoboro, Maine, for many years until his death in 1963. Rare and closely held by Greene who was for many years the only breeder of Chinooks, the population dwindled rapidly after his death. By 1981 only eleven breedable Chinooks survived. Breeders in Maine, Ohio and California divided the remaining stock and managed to save the type from extinction. The Chinook obtained registered status with the UKC in 1991; current numbers of registered animals are around 800. Only about 100 puppies are born annually worldwide. The registry has a cross-breeding program under which Chinooks are bred to individuals of other breeds thought to have contributed to Chinook development; fourth-generation backcross descendants of such crosses may be accepted as UKC purebred Chinooks if they meet the Chinook Owner Association's Cross Breeding Program requirements. Chinooks joined the American Kennel Club (AKC) Foundation Stock Service in 2001 and were later added to the AKC's Miscellaneous Class in 2010. Finally, in January 2013 the Chinook became the AKC's 176th breed and joined the working group. Chinooks are still working for recognition from other major kennel clubs. Working life Although still used for recreational dog sledding by some owners, Chinooks today appear to be used largely as family pets. Individuals are also used for dog-packing, search and rescue, skijoring, and obedience and dog agility trials.
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Sled Dogs: "Chinooks Children" ~ 1945; New Hampshire Sled Dog  Racing; William Tell Overture
 
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Pets, Work Animals, Hunting Dogs, Horses, Cats... playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_KoLUHkweyZ8v0UKecZNoPc Sports & Recreation playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_LKphQUwt_unkKmFSZkTXTO more at http://quickfound.net This is a Pictoreel: "Champion sled dogs raised and trained in New Hampshire." Silent. Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinook_(dog) Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The Chinook is a rare breed of sled dog, developed in the New England region of the United States in the early 20th century. The Chinook is the official state dog of the state of New Hampshire... Description Appearance Standing 21 to 27 inches (53 to 69 cm) in height at the withers and weighing 55 to 90 pounds (25 to 41 kg), the Chinook is balanced and muscular. The United Kennel Club (UKC) breed standard states that "The ideal coloration runs from light honey color to reddish-gold. Black markings on the inside corners of the eyes are preferred. Dark tawny to black markings on the ears and muzzle are preferred. Guard hairs on the tail may be black. No white markings are allowed. Buff markings on the cheeks, muzzle, throat, chest, breeches, toes and underside are acceptable..." Temperament The Chinook is an affectionate and playful family companion with a special devotion toward children. A willing worker who is eager to please and enthusiastic to learn. The Chinook is highly trainable, adaptable, and versatile in his abilities. Gregarious with other dogs, the Chinook works well in teams and within family packs. The Chinook is a dignified dog and some Chinooks may be reserved with strangers but should never appear shy or aggressive. Health Health issues include normal hereditary problems such as epilepsy, hip dysplasia, and atopy. Also common is cryptorchidism, which occurs in about 10% of all male dogs. History The Chinook owes its existence to one man: Arthur Treadwell Walden of Wonalancet, New Hampshire. The breed derives principally from one male ancestor born in 1917, named "Chinook," who was Walden's lead dog and stud. "Chinook" derived from a crossbreeding of husky stock from the Peary North Pole expedition with a large, tawny Mastiff-like male. Photos of "Chinook" show a drop-eared dog with a broad Mastiff head and muzzle. Walden's leader was bred to Belgian Sheepdogs, German Shepherd Dogs, Canadian Eskimo Dogs and perhaps other breeds; the progeny were bred back to him to set the desired type and was apparently a strong reproducer of his own traits. Arthur Walden was an experienced dog driver with years of experience in the Yukon; he was the lead driver and trainer on Byrd's 1929 Antarctic expedition. He is credited with bringing sled dog sports to New England and with founding the New England Sled Dog Club in 1924. The 12-year-old "Chinook" was lost on the Byrd expedition. Control of the core breeding stock passed from Walden to Julia Lombard and from her to Perry Greene in the late 1940s. Greene, a noted outdoorsman, bred Chinooks in Waldoboro, Maine, for many years until his death in 1963. Rare and closely held by Greene who was for many years the only breeder of Chinooks, the population dwindled rapidly after his death. By 1981 only eleven breedable Chinooks survived. Breeders in Maine, Ohio and California divided the remaining stock and managed to save the type from extinction. The Chinook obtained registered status with the UKC in 1991; current numbers of registered animals are around 800. Only about 100 puppies are born annually worldwide. The registry has a cross-breeding program under which Chinooks are bred to individuals of other breeds thought to have contributed to Chinook development; fourth-generation backcross descendants of such crosses may be accepted as UKC purebred Chinooks if they meet the Chinook Owner Association's Cross Breeding Program requirements. Chinooks joined the American Kennel Club (AKC) Foundation Stock Service in 2001 and were later added to the AKC's Miscellaneous Class in 2010. Finally, in January 2013 the Chinook became the AKC's 176th breed and joined the working group. Chinooks are still working for recognition from other major kennel clubs. Working life Although still used for recreational dog sledding by some owners, Chinooks today appear to be used largely as family pets. Individuals are also used for dog-packing, search and rescue, skijoring, and obedience and dog agility trials.
Views: 523 Jeff Quitney
When to  Spay + Neuter
 
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When should I Spay or Neuter my dog? 18 to 24 months of age. I breed Golden Retriever and Labrador Retriever in Redmond, WA. I have been Breeding, Training, and Showing in AKC, CKC, UKC Obedience & Agility for over 35 years. I love raising puppies and teaching people how to live with dogs. I have bred some of the top Obedience dogs in the US & Canada including the #1 All Breed Dog in Canada for 2008, GMOTCH, Am, OTCH SPIRIT'S ZIM ZAM ZOOM UDX3. My dogs are very athletic, love to swim, hike and are very intelligent. They make wonderful family members and are great with children. If you are look for a new family member, you won't go wrong with one of my dogs. All of my breeding stock have OFA clearance on Hips & Elbows, CERF yearly on eyes, have been tested for PRA and have Heart clearances. I hope you enjoy my Videos and Channel. You can find out more about me on my Web site at www.caninecollege.biz or you can email at [email protected] or [email protected] Laurie Weaver
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PERRO DE PRESA CANARIO | El poderoso moloso canario denominado perro de presa
 
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♛ ¡SUSCRIBETE! ➡ https://goo.gl/pgXrVe ✔ | Perro de Presa Canario. Standard, UPPCC. Origen, España. Utilizacion: Guardian De granjas y manejo de ganados. En 1989 la Real Sociedad Canina de España reconoció al Perro de Presa Canario. En el estándar de la raza brillaba por su ausencia la capa negra –porque así lo quiso la directiva del momento del Club Español del Perro de Presa Canario-. Tras un debate acalorado se logro que la Real Sociedad Canina Española incluyera la capa negra en dicho estándar. Luego, en el año 2000, por razones de sobras conocidas –económicas fundamentalmente- dicho club decidio dajar de lado la denominación tradicional del moloso canario, la cual fue siempre Perro de Presa, y acepto la de Dogo Canario propuesta por la FCI, con un estándar sustancialmente modificado, en el que no aparece la capa negra. El Perro de Presa Canario fue reconocido por United Kennel Club el 1 de enero de 2003. David Espinoza, con la colaboración de otros aficionados ha logrado, previos los trámites pertinentes, que el United Kennel Club (UKC) reconozca al Perro de Presa Canario (capa negra incluida), y a la asociación que lo representa, el United Perro de Presa Canario Club (UPPCC). Historia. Perro molosoide originario de las Islas Canarias. A partir del XVI, en los Acuerdos del Cabildo de Tenerife, en las Ordenanzas de Tenerife, y en los Acuerdos del Cabildo de Betancuria (Fuerteventura) se habla, entre otras razas caninas, de perros de presa. Lo más lógico es pensar que este can fue traído a Canarias por los conquistadores y colonos españoles desde la Península Ibérica. Luego, con el tiempo y el aislamiento, derivó en una raza completamente diferenciada. En las Canarias, los perros de presa se utilizaban para la guarda de las haciendas, para el cuidado del ganado vacuno y como auxiliar de carnicero en el sacrificio de las reses vacunas. De estos perros sólo contamos con referencias escritas, y su extinción pudo ocurrir a finales del XIX o en la tres primeras décadas del XX. De 1920 a 1950, poco más o menos, con el fin de obtener perros para la pelea, se cruzan distintas razas importadas (Mastín Español, Bulldog Inglés, Bull terrier, Dogo Alemán) con el Perro de Ganado Majorero (procedente de Fuerteventura, como su nombre indica) y con el perro de la tierra (Gran Canaria, desde hace varias décadas extinto), de características similares al perro ganadero de Fuerteventura, y como éste, a mi entender, descendiente de los perros ganaderos españoles traídos a las islas por los conquistadores y colonos españoles. Con la prohibición de las peleas allá por 1945 estos perros de presa desaparecen también. A partir de 1975-6 renace la afición a los perros de presa, y de forma paulatina, mediante cruces con varias razas caninas de importación (Bulldog Inglés, Mastín Napolitano, Bullmastiff, Mastiff, Dogo Alemán, Bullterrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull terrier, American Pit Bull Terrier, Rodesian Ridgeback. ------------------------------------------------- Suscribete ya para que recibas primero nuestros mas recientes videos. https://goo.gl/SxinEP ✓ Siguenos en Facebook. https://goo.gl/Qv4eWh ✓ Comparte este video. https://goo.gl/JJgXIZ ✓ Visita nuestro sitio web y descarga GRATIS el standard de tu raza. https://goo.gl/8B0xpE ✓ ------------------------------------------------- REDES SOCIALES: Fan page de Facebook. https://goo.gl/Qv4eWh ✓ Grupo de Facebook. https://goo.gl/N2FN8t ✓ Visitanos en Twitter. https://goo.gl/zM8Dyf ✓ Visita nuestra galeria de Pinterrest. https://goo.gl/Hl5HqQ ✓ ------------------------------------------------- EADD - CHANNEL, es un espacio virtual interactivo, que nació en 2014 con el deseo de compartir información y ofrecer al público, videos impresionantes y nuestros propios puntos de vista de temas extraordinarios, que brindan entretenimiento y conocimiento. Dentro de los contenidos más destacados tenemos los siguientes: la tecnologia extraterrestre encontrada en la tierra, mitos y monstruos, pirámides de egipto, mascotas y animales, top 10, enfermedades raras del ser humano, cirujias y tecnologias del futuro, actividad paranormal, y mas. Somos una forma de educación recreativa que actualmente se está volviendo cada vez más popular. Esta forma de educación, está especialmente difundida entre los jóvenes y puede ser una forma importante de atraer su participación, comunicando ideas, transmitiendo mensajes sociales y cuestionando los estereotipos. Suscribete "GRATIS" a nuestro canal para que recibas y disfrutes los super-contenidos que publicamos semanalmente. Suscribete ya. ya. https://goo.gl/SxinEP ✓ ------------------------------------------------- Contactenos. [email protected] Participa en este canal: Debajo del Video puedes añadir tus comentarios con dudas, sugerencias, preguntas, temas que te gustarían profundizar o videos que te gustaria que hicieramos. -------------------------------------------------
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Australian Kelpie
 
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The Kelpie is an Australian sheep dog successful at mustering and droving with little or no command guidance. They are medium-sized dogs and come in a variety of colours. Kelpies have been exported throughout the world and are used to muster livestock, primarily sheep, cattle and goats. The breed has been separated into two distinct varieties: the show or bench Kelpie and the working Kelpie. The show Kelpie is seen at conformation dog shows in some countries and is selected for appearance rather than working instinct. Working Kelpies are bred for working ability rather than appearance. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Perro de Presa Canario
 
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The Perro de Presa Canario is a large Molosser-type dog breed originally bred for working livestock. The name of the breed is Spanish, means "Canarian catch dog", and is often shortened to "Presa Canario" or simply "Presa". The breed is sometimes also called Dogo Canario, meaning "Canarian Molosser". This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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