The Native American Shepherds
Select a Dam and see her
Little walking her four NAIDs at one time!
husband found out that two people who work in his corporation have NAIDs.
One of the guys got his dog from the pound. He was very nervous about what
to expect from this relatively unknown breed. After getting a good
recommendation from a coworker, who currently owns a NAID, he took the dog
home. He and his family are completely in love with this dog. He uses it
for a hunting dog. He told my husband that this is the first hunting dog
he has ever owned that has been allowed in the house. He said the dog can
look so furious when hunting, then come in the house and let his little
kids climb all over it. This is hard to believe but he claims that this
dog learned a trick from watching it on TV with he and his wife. The dog
already knew basic commands and after watching this trick just once on TV,
the dog got the first time the man tried it. I don't know about
that.....your the expert on this breed. This guy told Brett (my husband)
that he will never own a smarter more loyal animal than a NAID. This
information just further reiterated how happy we are with our final
decision to get one of your puppies.
name is Camie and I live in
I was out shopping today and I saw this woman with her dog out in front of
Blockbuster. It was the most beautiful dog I had ever seen. So, I
just had to stop and ask her about her gorgeous animal. She told me that
she was a Native American Indian Dog. She said the dog was two years old
and she recommended Majestic View as the breeder of NAIDs to purchase a
have a 6 year old golden retriever named Buddy, a very sweet dog. About a
year ago, we lost our other dog to cancer. It was a very hard time for us
all. My husband and I have been talking about getting another dog. We
have two children (Cailee 9 and Cameron 6). The lady I met said that this
breed is very good with kids.”
I've visited a lot of breeders in
and other provinces, and a few breeders in
who breed all sorts of dogs, from Huskies and Husky mixes, to
Australian Shepherds and Collies, and even Dobermans who have outdoor
facilities. I don't think I've ever seen an outdoor facility that is
kept as nicely, cleanly, and lovingly as yours. It's pretty
obvious the amount of money and care that go into these dogs of yours. Just
wanted you to know. Thanks S.K.”
I only recently found out about NAIDs and I'm already in love with
them! I've been looking up their history everywhere I possibly can, could
probably write a term paper over them! Any who. My great grandmother was a
full blood Cherokee and though I never met her as she had passed on long
before I came into the world I've always had a strong sense of Native
American Pride and an enthusiasm for learning all that I can about my
heritage and People.
I've been wanting a wolf hybrid for years now, since I was 3 actually,
but have never had the right accommodations for them, sadly. Though I used
to raise them for a naturalist in my hometown for years, it wasn't the
same as having my own for a companion. Then I found the NAID.
I haven't heard much about the dogs before, only bits and pieces
but after researching them I see how special they were to my ancestors.
I've always felt that modern dog breeds were slightly inferior, I just
didn't know what to, and now I do, for the NAID is a wonder upon itself. a
long living large dog, sheds once a year, hypoallergenic, super
intelligent, family oriented, hunters, workers, spiritual companions, what
more could anyone ask for?!
Compared to other breeds, how would you say the NAIDs are with
training? Like...quickness and ease of learning. As you've bred dogs for
several years your opinion holds more weight than a mere book. With their
high intelligence I would suspect it would be very quickly but as I've
never met a NAID I wouldn't quite know.
I see that Hakata We was your first foundation female. I'm
curious as to how old she is. Her off spring sound exactly like what I'm
looking for in a companion but I wouldn't want to cause her stress if
she's very old. Do you think she'll breed next season or in the one
right after the next one? She has a beautiful spirit by the way, but you
already knew that. :)
Thank you very much for your time. And many thanks for your effort in
bringing the breed back from darkness, they deserve it.
Lover boy Petaga, kissing on Jenine O'Brien, a NAID
breeder from Wisconsin.
Meeko daughter of Whitney & Fantastic Fred, Holly
daughter of Mecosta & Fantastic Fred and Koda son of Neotsu &
Dogs 4 U's Odawa, daughter of Hakata We and Saranac Sam Son of Fred,
the first time Mom who had 12 pups..........also loves all people!! One of Indian
Dogs 4 U''s neighbors who was bitten by a dog when he was younger, comes almost
DAILY to see all the dog's at Majestic View, but calm, gentle, loving
Odawa is his favorite.
“Dear Karen and Darlene,
Thank you so much for allowing us to visit your home and beautiful dogs. I
think I love every one of them and don't care what color I receive from
Rosie's litter. After viewing all them it doesn't matter any more!! HAHA
I was impressed by your care and housing of your animals unlike other
kennels with such small areas yours were huge,
and all of the dogs were so content in their environment and extremely
Observing your pack of wolves was also a delight. Especially when the
howling started. What a beautiful sound and an eery feeling when all the
dogs stopped howling at the exact same time. What an experience!!!!
Thank You Again and I eagerly await my new pup.
Keep me posted on Harley's and Rosie's progress.
Thanks so much for letting us come and see your dogs. They are
wonderful animals, and I can see that you really love them. We
really appreciated you opening your home to us and giving us a chance to
see why they are such ideal pets. You do a fantastic job with
them, and it is easy to see that they care very much for you, too!!
Jacinta and Brendon”
Just wanted to drop a line to say hello and thank you so very much for
spending time with Ilene and I last weekend. Your resort was all I thought
it would be and more. Your animals are truly remarkable. You have a class
A facility. Just being in your kennels felt like home. I'm
glad we waited to meet with you and learn more about your breed. Im also
glad ole Whitney took somewhat of a liking to me.
Michael and Ilene”
I'd email you, as Guffinger also had an incident similar to the
leptospirosis that Chief had. Guff was at the kennel for a week - it's
a wonderful kennel and training facility here in
, and the dogs are grouped into supervised outdoor play groups for most of
the day, rather than being in a run all day. The runs are primarily
for sleep and eating. They have toys and raised climbing areas, and
you know how these guys love to climb!! Anyway, he was there for a week, and
came back a few pounds lighter, and very sleepy, not surprising considering
how much more exercise he gets running and chasing other dogs all day.
(We still haven't found the right playmate for him, I check the pounds
almost every week, but sometimes the pups are just too shy for an exuberant
breed like Guff).
continued being tired, and didn't eat well when he got home, lost even
more weight, had a lot of runny stools, then hardly any stools at all.
His coat was thin, but being July in
, I didn't count that as a symptom at the time. He loves ice cubes, so
I kept him hydrated that way. We took him to the vet, who
ran blood work, etc, and couldn't find anything wrong, but started
antibiotics as a precaution. In the second week I kept giving him
yummier, softer, smellier food and some vitamin gravy, and he got his
appetite back, and stools became normal. All his weight is back, and
his coat is nice again.
had been in a pond the week before boarding, playing with his trainer's lab, so
when I read the water connection, I thought I'd print the article and give
it to my vet and the kennel, in case something like this comes up again with
Guff or any other dog. There is no water play area at the kennel, but
many "dog friendly" ponds, lakes and streams in
, and as he now comes on command and is a little more grown up I'd like to
take him more often. I will stay alert for symptoms like this in the
future, however, and ask the vet about vaccinations.
care, and God's blessings,
at a car show, in
, a family drove up with the most beautiful dog I have
ever seen. I had to go over to meet him. He was very bright and
friendly. I wanted him, but the family wouldn't let him go..:o)
They told me he was a Native American Indian Dog and said they got him from
Thanks so much Tom”
|On the bench is
Cheyanne and Paahuma.......lying
on the ground is Yana Istas......son of Sala Toloko and Ultimate Ukiahya...standing
is Neotsu daughter of Cayanne and Kenai and a future NAID owner from the
Detroit area, who wanted a very small lap dog breed. lol!!
His Mom says he is very content with being around a large breed.
Saranac Sam son of Fantastic Fred & Otongo
Ultimate Ukiaha & Vashti daughter of Cheyanne & Pahuuma
Indian Dogs 4 U
spending a little time with
I have a 6 month old male Belgian Shepherd. (Tervuren) We need another dog for him. He will be
neutered this month (I am not a breeder, just a newly retired woman
who always wanted big dogs but felt strongly, you must be home with them)
I saw a puppy from MI that was sent to Sacramento at the dog park run I
visit daily with my puppy, Donner. I fell in love with the
Native American Indian Dog, (
) female I saw.(daughter of Sunjka Wakan and Kichuwa) I really
would like a \"pinto\" female puppy as another family member.
I I would like to hear from you. I am very impressed with your lovely
I am a veterinary technician in
and I got to see one of your beautiful dogs this last weekend at our vaccine
clinic. What an absolutely beautiful dog! I never knew they existed and the
owner gave me your website to look over. Maybe one day, I can own one of
these beautiful creatures....
This squirmy, wriggly I can't sit still for a second... daughter
of Whitney Lou and Fantastic Fred, seems to understand that the
elderly are very different, special people.
Fantastic Fred loving all girls whether 2 legged or 4
Well here we are sitting in a motel in Indy. Had a rainy trip down and did
nothing but talk about your magnificent animals all the way down here.
Karen thank you so much for your hospitality and for sharing a bit of your
delightful NAID kingdom with us. Your dogs are truly magnificent and if
you would have turned your back Susan would have snatched up all those
adorable puppies in a New York minute!
We hope to see you again soon. Thanks again.
Thank you so much for everything this weekend! Alex and I had a
wonderful time. It was so terrific to meet you and your family.
Thank you for making us feel so welcome and for your kind hospitality.
Your home is beautiful, the food was delicious, and the dogs were truly
We can't stop thinking about the dogs and miss them already! Not
only are they beautiful and intelligent, but regal as well.
"Majestic" is indeed a perfect word to describe them. I
was struck by the depth and wisdom in their eyes - I have never witnessed
that in a dog before. Ukiahya, Paahuma, and Pasasa, in particular,
stole my heart! They are such sweethearts! I was so sad to say
goodbye to them.
The puppies were absolutely adorable! We wish we could have taken
one home, but we want to be good puppy parents, and get our yard and
schedules ready first. We feel really happy about our decision to
take two instead of one, so they can have a constant companion and never
be lonely. It's going to be hard to wait for our puppies, but we
will do our best! Until then, we'll just have to keep visiting your
website, and looking at the pictures."
Two goodie gift bags that were made by a young boy and
filled with doggie treats for the parents to his new puppy.
Sean shows his appreciation for his new puppy by drawing
a picture of the pup's parents.
I wanted to say how much I enjoyed getting to visit all your dogs. They
are so beautiful and so special, I love them. If you ever need some
extra help with all your new puppies I would be happy to come for the day
and help you with them."
We want to thank
you for all your efforts allowing us to get to know each of your Native
American Indian Dogs better. As we had driven to Majestic View
Kennels early that afternoon, we were anxious to meet the animals to
really determine if we would be able to provide them with a lifestyle as
comfortable as the one you give them. During our visit, it was clear
to us that these dogs, their essence and their uncanny character was what
we sought after. We can't wait to receive a new pup shortly!
we received from all of the NAID family left us with enormous smiles and
heartfelt joy to know that such a breed is available to accompany us in
our lives. Each dog had it's own trait from a loyal and exciting
playfulness to an observant silence. These animals are truly a gift!
Chris and Katie"
...I wanted to
thank you again for letting us stay with you and to meet all your
wonderful dogs. I've been checking your website and now we are all
so excited. I've been telling everyone about how we loved the dogs
and I've shown everyone the pictures of the "happy
couples." We can hardly wait for our pup!!
Sunjka Wakan's favorite thing in life..... Little
you for letting our family visit your wonderful dogs and ride your horses.
We have worn our new sweatshirts and told all of our friends and
family about our “puppy on order!!” We can tell that you care about those dogs like crazy…….and we
are anxious to welcome a new member to our family! Thank you! Ben,
Stacey, and Julie"
On behalf of our
visit from Pennsylvania we wish to give you our thanks for making our stay
a comfortable and memorable one.
I speak for all of
us when I say that the greeting we received upon our arrival was unusual
and indeed pleasurable. None
of us have ever experienced such a melodious chorus of welcome. You have such a beautiful place and Ruth and I enjoyed your
company and the companionship of all your wonderful dogs. We are looking forward to a time in the near future when we
can spend a weekend away at your sanctuary and with those amazing dogs of
|"Your dogs are beautiful, have you thought about adding an Akita
in to get more of a wolf look? I've wanted to check into Native American
dogs for years but didn't know anyone was still breeding them. But
now I breed Akitas and can't get one LOL. Looks like you guys have
done excellent work. They are very true to all of the pictures I've seen,
I'm Comanche, Cherokee, Black foot and Creek and my great grandmother used
to have paintings of the majestic animals around her house. Just
wanted to say good job." ~Angel
Just a note to let you know that I saw your bumper sticker on a vehicle in
New Jersey, where I am taking one of my husky dogs to
obedience training. I also saw the Native American Indian dog pup.
He is 5 months old and just a sweet looking dog. Also wanted to let
you know you have beautiful ones too. Washe and Hakata We and
Whitney are just classy looking animals. You are so lucky to be able
to have such a fine looking group. I'll bet each one has their
own distinct personality, but you know what---it makes all of the time and
work that you put into your animals worthwhile. You are so
fortunate--keep up the good work--it shows. Sincerely,
I wanted to thank you for all that you do for your animals and all the love that
you give them. I especially want to
thank you for letting me interact with them.
I think you are correct…they do remember people.
They were so much more relaxed and friendly this time.
You’ll never know how much they make my heart sing,
and my spirit soar!!! I was telling
Linda on the way home, that my spirits are lifted, and my heart launched, just
by the love and affection and those wonderful kisses from the dogs.
They truly are very special, special animals.
Thanks Again!! With much affection and Love.
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