Samoyed in Siberia, who was named national animal husbandry has always been used to pull sleds and guard the reindeer. Samoyed to have patience with a robust physique and famous. European explorers to use this dog in the work of polar exploration. This dog coat a lot, usually in black, black and white, black and brown, and ultimately to the dominant white coat varieties. 19th century, this dog fur traders enter the United States, Europe and other places, and that this dog can be shiny white hair money. Spitz Samoyed is a member of the family, of indigenous Siberian Samoyed was originally bred dog family. Characterized Samoyed smile, it seems like forever close look at the smiling people.
/ The Samoyed Association Hon Secretary: President: Hon Treasurer: Miss A Haffenden Mrs A Danvers-Smith Miss 0 Hampton 6 Wetherby Gardens 54 Coverdale 10 Regent Close Bletchley Whitwick Marshalswick Milton Keynes Coalville St Albans Bucks Leics Herts MK35NP LE675BP AL49TR Tel: 01908 379624 Tel: 01530833191 Tel: 01727 838628 Mrs Linda Brasier, Chief Rescue Officer, The Samoyed Association, Mollcroft, Hempstead Lane, Potten End, Berkhamsted, Herts, HP4 2RZ Rescue Line: 01442 877 027 Cathy Batt, Secretary, Sled Dog Welfare, 45 Erskine Way, Knightsridge, Livingstone, th West Lothian, EH54 8HH 15 November 2007 Dear Cathy, RE: DONATION I opened your letter with surprise and pleasure at seeing your generous Donation of£500 for The Samoyed Association Rescue. I presume that Liz Ballantine had something to do with your Donation to Rescue as she has first hand knowledge at the cost oflooking after some of our unfortunate Samoyeds that come onto Rescue. You can be assured that this money will be spent wisely looking after our beautiful breed and Rescue thank: you wholeheartedly for your Donation. Yours sincerely, Linda Brasier, Chief Rescue Officer, The Samoyed Association. c.c. Mrs E. Ballantine 1
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