Ironpride Alaskan Malamutes

Canadian Kennel Club

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2023 Alaskan Malamute National Specialty Winner
#1 Alaskan Malamute in Canada for 2022
Top 20 All Breed In Canada for 2022
#1 Alaskan Malamute in Canada for 2021



Registration:  German Kennel Club & Canadian Kennel Club

Height:  26 1/4"

Weight:  108 lbs

Colour:  Wolf-grey and White

Clearances:  Hips - HD/A   Eyes - certified 

Heart - certified  Patella - certified

Long coat gene carrier

Polyneuropathy - Non-Carrier

PCD - Clear    Cone Degeneration - Clear

Sire:  MBISS DE CH/AU CH/HU CH/HN CH/ INT CH Libertia Roots Rock and Reggae - "Akimo"

Dam:  DE CH/AU CH/HU CH/INT CH Lizzy Del Biagio - "Lizzy"

Ray comes to us from our dear friends, Ludwig and Lisa Schober in Germany.  We have admired Ray from afar for a few years, and when the opportunity came to bring him to Canada to show and be part of our team, we couldn't say no.  He is very sweet, loves people and getting loads of belly rubs.  He is an experienced show dog who has already racked up a number of titles as a young dog in Europe including: Best In Specialty Show, Multiple Best Puppy In Specialty Show, Best Baby Puppy In Show, and Junior Champion of Germany. 

Since coming to Canada, Ray earned his Canadian Championship in only two weekends with group placements from the classes.  His very first day out as a special that second weekend, Ray won Reserve Best In Show under Mr Roger Hartinger.  The following day, he would do it again, this time under Ms Barbara Arndt.  Ray is only 2 points shy of his Canadian Grand Championship courtesy of these placements. He is also currently ranked as the #3 Alaskan Malamute in Canada for 2019.  In October, we took Ray to our US National Specialty week, totally out of coat, where he didn't disappoint!  Ray won a 5 point major going Winners Dog under well respected judge Mr Bill Shelton at the Regional Specialty, held in conjunction with the National, and Reserve Winners Dog under breeder judge Mr Paul Willhauck, for a 3 point major.  Ray picked up two more majors at the beginning of 2020 to finish his American Championship with ease.