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Chinooks are the ultimate family dog. They are sweet natured, smart, and athletic.
Not a natural guard dog, they love everyone. Chinooks are descended from working sled dogs so they love pulling.
They are playfull and good around children.
They are gentle and eager to please. To know a chinook is to love a chinook.

Chinnoks are a rare breed. There is less than 500 chinooks alive today. In 2018 there were only 59 puppies born.
The sweetest one of them is named Desert Sol Myka. Myka was born on 29 Nov 2018 and we are looking forward to her first liter early in 2022.

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