Current and Historical Top Producing American Eskimo Males Current - The Current Top Producers list was compiled by the United Kennel Club using all data for progeny of these males whelped on or after January 1, 2006, and for that progeny’s UKC titles earned and processed from January 1, 2006 through January 12, 2015. Kort-Mar Alpine … Continue reading 2015 Current and Historical Top Producing American Eskimo Males
This was published in the Spring 2019 Newsletter. Thought it is so timely since since Dick and Eileen have been so supportive in our efforts to relocate the NAEDA National to Norman, OK this year on such short notice. Originally written by Vada Binick (Author's note: Early eskie exhibitors and breeders are a fount of … Continue reading The Way It Was…A Conversation with Dick Kortemeier
This article, written by Chauncey Bennett, was. reprinted in BLOODLINES, December, 1945 from articles which appeared in the late '20's. ( As printed in NAEDA 2010 Winter Newsletter ) In writing on this breed let us go back to the very foundation of the breed. There are many names for the Eskimo dogs and many … Continue reading The American Eskimo: That Great Breed
By Diana L. Allenreprinted with permission from author The American Eskimo dog…. What is it? What are its natural instincts? What was the breed originally bred to do? What is it that sets AED apart from all other breeds? Rather simple questions, until you talk about Eskies. So many stories have been told sometimes it … Continue reading History – Eskie Essence and Instincts
The first meeting was held November 8, 1969 from 10:00am to 4:00pm in De Soto, Missouri.