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Make sure you check out our designated news section for all the latest news regarding Northern Inuits. If you have any stories that you think will be suitable to publish then please email our secretary who will get back to you as soon as possible.

NIS breed stand out in style

The first weekend in August saw the NIS breed stand be extremely busy raising money and awareness of the breed, at not one but two different shows! On the Saturday and Sunday the stand was at Alrewas showground in Staffordshire at the Paws Galore & More show. Sue and Mick from Otsoa Northern Inuits were holding the

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Lexie and Dave run for charity.

Lexie (Lukoi Bella’s Lullaby) and her owner David Blakemore took part in the Big Dog Jog this June. The 10k run is two laps of the lake and takes place at Chasewater park in Cannock. It raises money for the Staffordshire retired police dogs which relies solely on donations. It was first run last September

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Northern Inuits win at other dog shows.

Northern Inuits are not just successful in the ring at our own shows, our owners are also winning at local dog shows that cover all breeds. Dyson (Lukoi Love Is Worth The Fall) owned by Louise Jones took best in show at the Canicross Ireland fun weekend in Lough Key Forest Park. Canicross is a

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Raising money for the NIS rescue at MDTC fun show.

Jackie Davidson of Chandrika and Julie Yule of Kayentay were out raising money for the NIS rescue and helping to promote the breed in Scotland at the MDTC fun show in June. The dynamic due raised nearly £100 which excluded the donation to the show for having the stand. The pair were kept busy all

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First Northern Inuit in Indonesia

The first Northern Inuit has been exported to Indonesia! Mahlek Northern Inuits has successfully arranged the exportation of Meryvn, a 19 week puppy, to Indonesia. After months of planning and his owners visiting him in the UK, Mervyn landed in Indonesia in February 2016!  For those that may question the Indonesia, Meryvn is living in

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2016 NIS Show Season begins on 27 March, Lincolnshire

The 2016 NIS Show Season will kick off with an indoor show on Sunday, 27 March 2016. Location: Brills farm Brills Hill Norton Disney Lincolnshire LN6 9JN Registrations from 10.30am on show day, show starts aprox 12pm. Camping available for £10 per night email admin@brillsfarm-bedandbreakfast.co.uk to book camping spot. There will be breed classes for registered

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Wayne & Koda raising money for NIS Resuce and MIND walking Britain’s Coast

Whilst promoting Keep Britain Tidy and picking up litter along the way, Wayne and his Northern Inuit Koda (bred by Machine) have started and epic journey of walking the coast of Britain to raise money for both NIS Rescue and MIND. Two causes that are close to Wayne’s heart. Koda was originally Wayne’s father’s dog,

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First NI in Brazil

The first Northern Inuit dog has arrived in Brazil! Asgard Kennels, based in South Africa, exported one of their puppies from Thor & Nana’s litter to Brazil. Sigrid has therefore become the first Northern Inuit in Brazil. Asgard and Sigrid’s excited owner carefully planned the export over many months and due to importing requirements in

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Dyson wins Bikejoring Race

Dyson bred by Lukoi came first in the bikejoring race at Curragh Racecourse, Ireland. Bikejoring is riding a bike whilst being pulled by a dog. Dyson is no stranger to competing having become the first Northern Inuit to qualify for the European Canicross Championships. Well done Dyson and his owner Louise!

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NIS Rescue Update: Chaska & Takoda looking for their forever home

NIS Rescue has 2 Northern Inuits looking for their forever home (UK), they come as a pair and we do not want to split them up as they have lived together their whole lives. Can you help? Please contact our Rescue Co-ordinators to find out more: Lindsey Hiscocks – lindsey.nisrescue@gmail.com Jay Wardle – jay.niserescue@gmail.com See

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NIS 2016 Calendar Now on Sale

The Northern Inuit Society 2016 Calendar is now on sale. This year there are two types of calendars on sale: A4 Poster Wall Calendar and A5 Desktop Calendar A4 Wall Calendar is £10 plus p&p of £1.50 each (UK) Desktop Calendar is £8 plus p&p of £1.50 each (UK) Or buy a A4 Wall Calendar

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Dyson becomes the first NI to represent his country in the European Canicross Championships

Congratulations to Dyson (Lukoi Love is Worth The Fall) and his owner Louise who represented Ireland in the European Canicross Championships in October 2015. A fantastic achievement for Dyson and Louise and a brilliant advert for what Northern Inuits can achieve with some love and training – Dyson is the first Northern Inuit to ever

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American Northern Inuits on Fox News in the USA

Promoting the breed and flying the flag for Northern Inuits in the USA Sharon O’garro, breeder at Mountain Myst, appeared on Fox News on 2 October 2015 with the stunning first litter of Northern Inuits born in America. Also making an appearance was daddy to the litter, Nero (bred in the UK by Otsoa) and

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NIS 2015 AGM – 13 December 2015

The NIS 2015 Annual General Meeting will take place on Sunday 13 December between 1-4pm at Salvation Army Church, Mead Way, Balderton, Newark, Nottingham, NG24 3GA. All Members welcome. If you are not a member of the NIS you are welcome to attend and join on the day or beforehand by contacting NIS Membership Officer Rachel

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2015 NIS Show Season

The 2015 NIS Show Season came to an end on 6 September 2015 – it has been a fantastic season with really high turn outs and stiff competition. We would like to thank all the KC Judges who independently judged our shows (and had a very tough job doing so!), our sponsors and everyone who

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First American litter of Northern Inuits

This has been a very exciting summer for the Northern Inuit Society and the Breed as the first litter of Northern Inuits were born in the USA! Congratulations to Mountain Myst Northern Inuits based in Colorado on the arrival of their stunning puppies from Nala and Nero. Nala and Nero were exported from the UK

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Last NIS Show of the Year – Melton Mowbray, Show Day 6th September (camping from the Friday)

The last Northern Inuit Society Show of the year will take place on 6 September at Melton Mowbry, further information can be found here. Camping is available from Friday,4 September until show day on 6 September. There will be a BBQ, karaoke and Wild West Fancy Dress on Saturday night! All welcome, breed classes for

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Online Raffle to raise funds for NIS Rescue, WDR & Shaman’s Legacy

On Facebook Group Raffle Group for Shaman’s Legacy, WdR and The Northern Inuit Rescue (https://www.facebook.com/groups/471788699625027/) funds are being raised for three small rescues in desperate need of funds to help dogs; NIS Rescue (Rescue run by the Northern Inuit Society), WDR (Wolfdog Rescue UK specialising in rehoming wolfdogs) and Shaman’s Legacy (based in West Norfolk

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NIS Stand at PDSA Derby Open Day – 29 August 2015

The NIS will have a stand at the PDSA open day to raise funds for Northern Inuit Society Rescue. The Open Day is at City Gate, London Road, DE24 8WY, Derby. Along with the NIS stand there will be lots to do and see and, of course, you’ll be able to meet some Northern Inuits

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Sponsored Walk for NIS Resuce and Shaman’s Legacy

   NIS Rescue and Shaman’s Legacy   One of our Members, Danuta Czerwinska, will be undertaking a mammoth sponsored walk to raise money for Northern Inuit Society Rescue and Shaman’s Legacy (a not for profit standalone rescue based in West Norfolk that supports all breeds/cross breeds in need). “On 22nd August 2015 I will take on a

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North East Walk for Rescue

On 21 June 2015 some of our members in the North East met up to do a sponsored Walk for Rescue to raise much needed funds for Northern Inuit Society Rescue. The walk took place at Chopwell Woods in Gateshead over 4 miles. Thank you to everyone who took part! There is still time to

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