7 ridiculously expensive cat and dog breeds: Canadian Eskimo dog
Ww may have talked to the same lady. This wenkeed there was a Pet Expo here in Colorado and a new customer was telling us the story how she was pulled over by an attachment which connects to the seat. What makes the Bike-a-Buddy different is a low attachment on both sides of the bicycle. We also designed a spring system which allows the dog to pull. There are times where a distraction ie. squirrel other dog runs across our path but as long as we are moving forward the dog's momentum keeps
them moving with the bike. If you get a chance to watch our videos online (afitdog.com) watch how Buddy the dogs pulls. It doesn't get much worse than that.Thanks again,Terry
Do not equate the primitive aboriginal Inuit Dog/Canadian Inuit Dog/Greenland Dog (all the same landrace) with the Canadian Kennel Club registered Canadian Eskimo Dog (CED). CEDs, bred as pets and show dogs, have lost their primitive working talents because they have not been challenged and culled by nature and REAL work. Nor do those dogs deserve to share the history "owned" by the true primitive original dog of the North. And putting a high price tag or declaring CEDs "the rarest" IS NOT a measure
of their worth. Defining them by those measurements is only a means of teasing uneducated buyers to want something they can brag about and to also claim they are doing their part to "save the breed", when it's the primitive aboriginal Inuit Dog that needs saving...and can only be saved by the people in the North. The only thing you said that makes sense is that the expensive price breeders are getting for CEDs is indeed ridiculous!