The Native American Shepherds
View Kennels is on a mission to bring the Native American Indian Dog back
from near extinction.
my first Native American Indian Dog that originated from the Sawtooth Mountains
of Idaho and Montana, I have been selectively
breeding my animals to give the appearance and versatility of the original
Native American Indian Dog.
I have sold pups that have grown-up to be successful Coon Hunting Dogs, the most
incredible Nosed Bird Dogs, and very powerful High Endurance Sled
Dogs. As well
as the most faithful and loyal Companion Dogs of any breed you will ever run
into for a Family Pet.
Majestic View's reputation is backed and supported by many Native
I live in
but have spent most of my life in
I am interested in your dogs. Fantastic Fred is very reminiscent of the
Montegnais dogs used in
to haul wood etc. My dog, now dead 21 years had the web paws, long coat etc.
Was a strong swimmer etc.”
“I wanted to let you know that we did get a lab from a rescue group and
just as you said Nocona our NAID loves her - they are the same age and they play
so well together - that is exactly what Nocona was missing - he no longer is
mouthy on our arms -- he has a friend and I can tell immediately that it makes
him much more confident and relaxed and loveable...thank you for all of your
advise and encouragement - the two dogs are much better than
one....Thanks Again So much........Judy”
… Received the results of Zakai's PennHip Test and
you will be very pleased. Both his hips were rated under 30, which
basically means he has very tight hips and no signs of any hip dysplasia or
degeneration. He has the hips of a Greyhound who, I have been told, have
the tightest hips of any breed. I was and still am ecstatic. So
should you ever have anyone question whether or not these dogs are prone to hip
problems you can prove to them with Kai's numbers that they aren't. At
least not in his bloodline. Which is all the Majestic View line,....YEH!”
Karen, my name is April & I work at a doggy daycare in
One of the pups (well he isn't a pup anymore ) I have the pleasure of caring for
from time to time is Tonweya. The first time I laid eyes on him I was instantly
in love! I started looking for more info on the breed because I had never seen a
NAID & I came across your site & to my surprise I saw Tonweya there. May
I just say that you have absolutely the most beautiful dogs I've ever
encountered & I have become determined to own one. I have always owned chows
or chow mixes & I love my chows don't get me wrong, but everything I
have read about NAIDs makes me realize that it is the breed I want to raise
& have as a family member. I love that they are social dogs & do best
with other dogs, because the animal lover I am, I don't think I have ever had
just one pup & it's important to me for my babies to do well with each
other. I am e-mailing you because I would love to give one of your pups a life
long home & I'm not sure about your whole process. I already know exactly
what I want from studying your site =) I want a male & as for looks I have
fallen for Tonweya's coat, color, & size. I also love Fantastic Fred's coat,
color, & size. I'm not saying they have to look exactly like them, although
that would be a dream, but that basic color & coat I just find so
spellbinding. Almost as if you would happen upon a wolf in the wild who granted
you the pleasure of just observing him in all his glory! Our home would welcome
this new addition so much. I have a fenced in yard, but he wouldn't spend much
time in it that's for sure. My family loves the outdoors, so he would be with us
majority of the time doing all kinds of things. Like I said I do work at a doggy
daycare so he would work with me & I would definitely love to do some
training with him, we have the most awesome trainers at work, just wonderful
ladies! I hope I haven't rattled off to much, lol. If you could just get back to
me at your convenience I would really appreciate it.
Check out this video of Dogs
fishing....They look like our NAIDs!
Hidatsa Bob Tail
NAID born with the Hidatsa Indian's bobtail & a marble broken
pattern as well....
Now Standing as Premiere Stud at Majestic View Kennels.
|| 26" to 32"
||80 to 120 pounds
|| Medium length
to long with a dense heavy undercoat that sheds once a year. They are ideal for
outside or cold climates. Have
no doggy smell to them. People with allergies or asthma to dog dander or
hair can own these animals. Hypoallergenic so to speak.
read testimonials concerning these animals being hypoallergenic please
click here: TESTIMONIALS
This is Sunjka daughter of Paahuma and
Hakata We that I sold to a family in Utah. Proof that the NAID's hair coat doesn't let body heat out and is a
very protective/windproof/waterproof hair coat…
white to silver, gray/black, tan, rust/black, broken pattern (spotted), blue,
red, red or black tortoise shell, and brindle/grizzle
goes to show you never know what color you will end up with....A red
tortoise shell as a pup and at 8 months of age a "Blue" just
like his sire, Sala Toloko.
The Broken Pattern Indian Dogs are rare and considered to be sacred among the
Native Americans. They refer to them as "Spirit Dogs".
is a look-alike to the now extinct breed of dog used by the Hare Indians
in North Western Canada. This dog was described as having web feet,
long haired, with patches of brown or black over a white based hair
coat. The tail did not curl tightly over the back as did the
Northern Eskimo type sled dogs.
(Whitney's daughter) SOLD
and Hakata We's daughter
also tortoise-shell SOLD
The Montegnais Indians of the Ungava Peninsula and Ungava Bay Area, located
in the North Eastern part of Canada, had a heavy coated dog that was
highly revered and used for religious ceremonies. It was an
extremely rare, tortoise-shell colored dog. Remnants of these
peoples today, have not seen a dog of this color for almost a hundred
years, until Majestic View's Whitney came along. Amadala is another
example of the tortoise-shell color.
Male tortoise-shell, broken
pattern-son of Whitney & Paahuma
||Amber to Brown
||Webbed feet for
snow travel and swimming. Large expressive eyes, medium long to long
triangular shaped head, wide between the eyes, extending down to a slender
||Used as hunters
of small and large game and as sled animals and pack animals. A very loyal and protective family companion.
intelligent, sensitive animal. Very loyal to family members very good with
children. Not dog-aggressive with other breeds of dogs. Usually a stern
"NO" will stop them in their tracks.
||8 to 10 Pups
||14 to 20 years
Majestic View feeds and highly recommends the following kinds of dog foods:
Power Pack, Holistic Select, Blue Buffalo & Blue Wilderness dog foods.
All puppy buyers will receive a brochure on both
foods that Majestic View feeds, besides a sample of the NuVet Plus vitamin &
mineral supplement and a brochure with each puppy purchase.
The dry kibble should be self fed, meaning as much as
the animal can eat in front of him at all times, plus plenty of fresh
water, as well as all the raw meat the pup/dog can eat.
Not only will your pup/dog be healthy with clean,
glistening white teeth and healthy gums but he will not have
"doggy" bad breath either. Not to mention sparing your
shoes, furniture and anything else your puppy can get in its mouth to chew
||The dogs are not crate trainable, it is a form
of punishment to them and they do not understand what they did wrong.
Pups are guaranteed healthy with a Vet Health Check. Each Pup comes with a
Certificate of Pedigree of The Native American Indian Dog.
Prices: Prices and refunds subject to change
at any time at Majestic View's discretion.
A $250.00 non-refundable deposit will hold the pup of your preferred sex, color, hair coat length
and approximate finished weight size.
FEMALE NAID PUPS: $1,500.00
MALE NAID PUPS: $1,500.00
ALL NAID PUPS EACH BLUE EYE ADD: $250.00
Sales Agreement is required to be signed upon purchase of a Native
American Indian Dog. Please print a copy of this agreement and return it
with your $250.00 non-refundable deposit. Sales
Agreement MUST be notarized by a "Notary of the Public"
before being accepted for placement on official waiting list.
will be an $8.00 per day charge for pups of 9 weeks of age and older
if not picked up by their owner or a courier service. This does not
include any extra vaccinations or de-wormings the pup will receive during this
and Neuter refunds:
Male or Female up to $100.00
(must be done by the age of 10 months and must show proof)
Payment methods accepted: Certified Check, Money Order or Cash.
Lay-a-way plans available.
If payment in full is received the deposit of $155.00 will go towards the
Certified Health Check: A
Certified Health Check is required if you are going to use a courier service for
the delivery of your dog. The cost of the Certified Health Check is $58.00
pay by Certified Check, Money Order or Cash (No Personal Checks
10122 Peck Lake Road
Lowell, Michigan 49331