Poliarine ARKTIKA Siberians glad to to share happy news that five beautiful babies sired by Ch Snowmist’s Uriah Heep Arktika out of Ch Maple Taffy of Poliarine Arktika had arrived on the 17th of July.
In the litter there are 2 grey – white boys, 2 black – white boys and grey – white girl.
It is line breeding on “Carter” BIS/BISS Am/Can Ch Coventry’s Peace Negotiator. He is Heep’s father and Taffy’s grandfather.
Snowmist’s Uriah Heep Arktika
Maple Taffy of Poliarine ARKTIKA
|BJIS||BIS BJIS rJWW’12 rEW’15|
|AM / CAN / POL / EST / LT / LV / BALT CH||LT / LV / EST / BALT / POL CH|
|INTER CH||INTER CH|
|LT / LV JCH||LT / LV / EST / BALT JCH|
|LT JW’12, LV JW’12||LT JW’12, LV JW’12, BALT JW’12, LT W’13, LT W’14, BALT W’14, LT W’15|
Litter N names – NORTH WINDS :
Grey male 1 Nor’wester of Poliarine Arktika – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nor%27wester
*Nor’wester This is a very warm wind which can blow for days on end in the province of Canterbury New Zealand. The effect is especially felt in the city of Christchurch. The wind comes in from the Tasman Sea, drys as it rises over the Southern Alps, heats as it decends, crosses the Canterbury Plains, then blows through Christchurch.. (Kerry Fitzpatrick)*
Grey male 2 Nor’easter of Poliarine Arktika – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nor’easter
*Nor’easter A northeast wind, particularly a strong wind or gale; an unusually strong storm preceded by northeast winds off the coast of New England. Also called Northeaster. (Glossary of Weather and Climate)*
Black male 1 Norther of Poliarine Arktika – http://ggweather.com/winds.html
*Norther A cold strong northerly wind in the Southern Plains of the United States, especially in Texas, which results in a drastic drop in air temperatures. Also called a Blue Norther. (Glossary of Weather and Climate)*
Black male 2 Njord of Poliarine Arktika – http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nj%C3%B6r%C3%B0r
*Njord was the god of the sea and winds in Norse mythology. He is the father of Freyr (Lord) and Freya (Lady) and leader of the Vanir. Njord married the giantess Skadi when he visited Asgard, the home of the Aesir gods.*
Grey female Ninlil of Poliarine Arktika – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninlil
*Ninlil, goddess of the wind and consort of Enlil (Mesopotamic mythology). Her husband Enlil was associated with northerly winter storms. As “Lady Wind” she may be associated with the figure of the Akkadian demon “Lil-itu”, thought to have been the origin of the Hebrew Lilith legend. Enlil is the king and Ninlil is the queen.*