Yukon's Kluane "Kip" von Anna
YA2002-# (F-2) Female
- Conformation: 10
- weight: 120
- Temperament: 10
- Intelligence: 10
- Trainability: 9
- Prey Drive: 10
- Scores as of: 1-12-19
- SIBLINGS:Denali, kasie, sport-Jpup, tag, watson, kwanlin, lucy, tudor
11-17-19: "Kip" or Knowledge is Power.
Majestic as her name Kulane for the mountains of Alaska with its breath taking views. Kip is all of that. As a breeder she has impressed me even when she was wet and new.
Keeping an eye on this gal as a future breeder. I hope she grows into her name sake. She is another no nonsence pup, relishing in her meals and finding nice warm places to sleep. She does not wander far.
11-22-19: Kip is a sable and tan without a stripe on the face but tan cheeks. Looks like her mom and Boss. Largest female in litter. black nose. white left front sock. Silver Sable.
12- 17-19: I had two pups mixed up because they kind of look the same and act the same. But i have now figured out my mistake. Kasie and this pup are laid back and not dominate. Mostly the same markings, no blaze on forhead. Kip has only one sock on the left foot and Kacy has two socks. Now i can keep them straight.
Kip is for sale After her first litter of pups. We bred her to bring in the slanted eyes.
5-18-20: Kip is more on the malamute temperament and is funny, lovable, clownish. Likes everyone. She can play by herself or would love to have a best friend dog to play around with. Her energy level is higher than most of my dogs, but not by much. She may play for about 30 min? If you increase her play and run, she can go longer. She is not a massive dog. probably will get to 100 lbs or 120. She loves her food but can be picky. She is not food aggressive or toy aggressive and will share with everyone. She may have a touch of prey drive, but has an easy mouth.
Test Scores: 1 (low Bad) - 10 (high Good)
our tests are rated 1-10 on our AA standards for companion dog excellent in temperament.
Scoresas of 5-15-20
|Intelligence (process of thought)||9|
|Pitch of/Vocal sounds||9|
|Whining and talking back||9|
|Dominance/aggression towards humans||10|
|Dominance/aggression towards other dogs||10|
|Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals||10|
|Soft/hard bite (mouth)||10|
|Ease of training for the average person||8|
|Velcro (not wanting to wander)||8|
|Genetic hyperness or Energy level (pacing the fence line)||8|
|Investigative or inquisitive (independence)||8|
|Stubborness (doing what it wants instead of what you want)||9|
|Eating of feces||9|
|Sanitational pooping in the designated spot||8|
|Age of life||10|
|Retrieving or carrying objects||8|
|Girth of Skull||10
|Length of Tail||9|
For an more indepth look at the pedigree, see the pedigree database