Welcome to NorthernInuit.net
For those of you with an interest in Wolves, Wolf Type dogs, Wolf Hybrid dogs or Wolf Look A Like dogs, look no further! This is the site for you.
Our beautiful Olderhill
By comparing pictures of wild wolves and our
Northern Inuit dogs you can see the amazing likeness we have
achieved already with our long term breeding program. The Northern
Inuit dog is not a Wolf Hybrid,
but a 'Wolf Look A Like' or 'Wolf Type' dog.
We have been breeding the Northern Inuit /
Wolf Type dog for over ten years and have puppies available
throughout the year. We also provide kennelling for your dogs
while you take your holidays, and provide essential rescue
dog services for all breeds in the Lincolnshire and surrounding areas; please see out rescue page
Shadow of Olderhill(Taz)
Puppies Ready Now - Full pedigree, registered. 1st vaccination, and microchipped. Sire and Dam can be seen. Please mail or phone 01778 440117 for more details
We are always willing to take bookings for new puppies.
Please call (01778) 440117 to find out what we have available.
Introduction from Alan & Penny - Blackhouse Farm
We have worked and owned dogs
all our lives, Penny has bred the famous Olderhill German Shepherd
Dog working line to the highest standard and has competed and
was granted the Olderhill Affix by the Kennel club
in 1986, her superb dog 'Olderhill Black Wellie'
qualified for Crufts for life purely on his working
ability. Gaining CD excellent, UD excellent,
WD excellent, and TD excellent he has long
been regarded as an important dog to improve blood
has also worked in Sussex as an individual dog trainer
and dog behaviourist.
has owned a rescue centre for dogs in Sussex and
professionally trained greyhounds for a number of
years achieving success at all levels.
After moving to Lincolnshire in the
90's we have been running the Blackhouse Farm kennels, expanding
and improving each year, we are now committed to providing quality
kenneling and breeding dogs to the highest standard.
We worked with the R.S.P.C.A. for
years kenneling many high profile cruelty cases and helping
dogs with special needs.
now concentrate on providing pet kenneling and breeding
German Shepherd and Northern Inuit dogs.
Blackhouse Farm rescue kennels are an additional
part of the establishment taking dogs in as strays
and also re-homing unwanted dogs. We hold
the Environmental Health Agency Contract for
taking strays and unwanted dogs in our area. For
more information on our rescue services please click
the Rescue link.
We have had a love for the Wolf Type
dog after meeting a superb Hybrid in Sussex many years ago and were
most excited when we acquired our first Northern Inuit dogs in 1999.
From that day we have continued to breed this beautiful Wolf
Type dog carefully and selectively.
Our aim is to breed dogs of good
quality to the highest standard. If you would like to visit
the Kennels to meet the dogs and inspect the facilities please feel
free to contact us to make an appointment.
Wolf Dog Information
We specialise in the breeding of top quality
Northern Inuit Dogs.
owned and bred Northern Inuit or Wolf Type dogs for
many years and have successfully produced many outstanding
litters. Every effort is taken to ensure quality
in our healthy puppies.
own breeding stock go through a thorough health
check which includes hip X-Rays. We are one of
the few breeders that go to this extent. We go
to these extremes to ensure that the quality of the
respected Olderhill Northern Inuit line continues.
to continue the improvement and standardisation that this
beloved breed deserves, building on the fantastic temperament,
colour, size and confirmation of this dog.
Olderhill Alpha Sorrel
A good quality Northern Inuit dog
is a joy to be seen, a fun loving family oriented dog.
Inuit dog will usually mix well with other family pets
because they are friendly and love companionship, they
will rarely argue. They make great family members
as they will bond with the entire family and love to
be included in everything that the family does.
on well with children and are willing to play or curl
up next to you on the sofa and sleep. Anyone that
is privileged to own a Northern Inuit will know what
a loving and caring companion they are.
are not over active, they require medium exercise.
They will moult twice a year but regular brushing
will keep their coat in good condition.
incredible sense of smell, and a willingness to
please the future of the Northern Inuit dogs looks
bright and could provide future services such as
search and rescue dogs, Guide dogs for the blind,
Hearing dogs for the deaf, PAT dogs, Assistance
dogs for the disabled or as the pride and joy of
families as their loyal pet.
Olderhill Alpha Dream Seeker
The Northern Inuit dog should not
be classed as a guard dog.
The Northern Inuit dog should be
considered for the love and companionship it can provide to a family,
the breed are more likely to greet a new visitor as a long lost
friend rather that an intruder.
Pure Wolf Dogs