Breeder of CKC registered Samoyeds since 1985!

Samoyeds are friendly, intelligent, medium-sized dogs. They require lots of love and exercise! They are great for families with children.

For more information about Samoyeds and owning one please click on the tabs below.

Size & Temperament (click to expand)


Males: 21 - 23½ inches (53 - 60 cm)
Females: 19 - 21 inches (48 - 53 cm)


Males: 45lbs - 65lbs (20½ - 30 kg)
Females 35lbs - 50lbs (16 - 20½ kg)


Samoyeds are intelligent, curious, friendly and obedient. They are extremely loyal, and great with kids. They will also get along with other non canine house pets. Their friendly nature makes them not very useful as a guard dog, however they will bark to alert you whenever someone approaches their house.
If this sounds like you and/or your family please do not hesitate to contact us today!
Grooming & Exercise (click to expand)


Due to their beautiful thick coats, Samoyeds require moderate and regular grooming. They shed seasonally and they should be brushed regularly, however their fur tends to stay white without regular bathing. Some people with allergies to dogs have reported that they were not bothered by the hair of the Samoyed but the dogs are NOT hypoallergenic


Due to their size, and their history, Sammies do require regular walks. We do not recomment owning a Samoyed in an appartment, however a small house and/or a small backyard will do.
Is a sammy right for you? (click to expand)
Samoyeds require lots of love, and exercise. We are extremely selective when choosing who we sell our dogs to. We look for good families who will love the dog, have time for them and are able and willing to exercise the dog regularly.

We reserve the right to refuse to sell a dog to anyone for any reason.
Breed History (click to expand)
Samoyeds are an ancient working breed thought to have originitated in Siberia. The name Samoyed comes from the name of the hunters and fishermen the dogs lived with. They used the dogs for pulling their sleds, herding reindeer and for companionship. They also slept with the dogs using them to keep warm through the frigid nights. The breed was eventually brought to England from where it expanded to the rest of the world. The breed was rcognized by the American Kennel Club in 1906.