These are beautiful sketches, the top two are my favorites, I love how well you made them dissipate into the rest of the drawing. I wonder if it is possible to buy one of these dogs in the US. I do much extreme hiking for my work, and I would love to have a companion to travel with me.
you would have to import from Europe. they dont exist in USA and and there are only two people who own in Canada (but no interest in breeding). Technically I were the first who imported a GH to USA, not counting "transits" with GH and mostly people had no interest in keeping them in USA. I have in plans to do a litter of my own in USA since I have a few very interested mushers...
Hmm I thought so. I will check the prices of the dogs, if it costs a lot to import one I think I would rather spend the money to adopt a dog out of the shelter. Also, if you do eventually get your own litter, and are willing to sell, I would be interested. Thanks for the info!!
Greenland dogs are only good when you feel a true passion to them, if not, the best to get a dog is from shelter! I have an adopt and I love him beyond any other dogs! And of course! although I am very and very picky to whom will go my dogs since I'd be breeder with a heart, since puppies would be still part of my heart where I'd do everything where they would be in very right hands and by that means, Greenlanders are one of the most difficult dog breed in existence to handle