Ch Wanalancet's Baldy of Alyeska, one of the lesser known prolific dogs in the breed. Baldy is described as a tall, handsome blue-eyed sled-dog. A true testament to the breed.
Born in 1940, he was the great- grandson of Kreevanka, on ne of the last imports from Siberia. Baldy was a nicely proportioned male that went on to become the first Siberian to win the Working Group in 1941. He also became the foundation stud for Earl and Natalie Norris' famed Alaskan Kennels. From that stock the Norris' produced the first Best In Show Ch Alaskan's Bonzo of Anadyr, CD in 1955.
Growing up in Montana my love of the Siberian Husky started at a young age. It has been quite a journey so far. There has been much to learn and still a lot more yet to learn! I truly believe that we are never too old, too experienced, or too full of ourselves to learn something new. I also believe that knowledge is useless unless we are willing to share it with others.