Ivy
UKC Agility 1, UKC Rally Obedience 1, UKC Champion

Amaqqut On The Pull

WWPDX WTD WPD OJP NAP NFP RE VAM AAAM (AKC pointed ~ Imp UK)
d.o.b. 4/8/2012

Am CH Kasaan's Take The Fortune N Run To Chayo WTD ROMWD
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Hawkam's Lucky Break WWPD WTD ROMWD (UK)

PN non-carrier   OFA eyes clear     OFA Hips Excellent    OFA Cardiac Clear
Ivy, 8 weeks
'Everything happens for a reason'

Ivy comes to us from our friends in the UK at Amaqqut Alaskan Malamutes.  Ivy (formerly Miss Red) has always looked
like her Great Auntie Bella, more than any other malamute I'd ever seen.  I had watched her with great interest even after
she'd gone to her home.  A couple months passed.  In that time we lost Bella and circumstances changed in Ivy's home and
she came back to her breeder.  Everything happens for a reason and the wheels started turning.  She has joined our pack
and made her debut at the 2012 AMCA National and Regional Specialty week.

Thanks to Joan and Jeff Sheehan for the opportunity!

~ News ~

December 2012  ~ Ivy took TWO major reserves at the Chicago Christmas Cluster shows from the 6-9mo class!

April 2013 ~ At her first two weight pulls Ivy earned TWO WWPD legs.  She earned her first WTD leg a few weeks prior.

December 2013 ~ Ivy completed her WWPD title and pulled a new personal best of 2,210#

January 2014 ~ Ivy was Reserve Winners Bitch to the major at the AMCA Specialty in Minnesota

July 2014 ~ Ivy is the first UK-born Alaskan Malamute to earn an Agility Title.  She earned her NJP in a single weekend.

August 2014 ~ Ivy earned her first points toward her AKC Championship

October 2014 ~ Ivy is the first UK born Alaskan Malamute to earn a Rally Obedience title with her UKC Rally 1 title.

November 2014 ~ Ivy earned her Novice Agility Preferred title and 1st place in the AMCA National Agility Trial in San
Diego, CA  She also was second in both the Regional and National weight pulls in San Diego.

December 2014~ Ivy earned her AKC Rally Novice title

February 2015 ~ Ivy earns her WWPDX title

March 2015 ~ Ivy finishes the AMCW weight pull season in 2nd place for the 61-80# class

April 2015 ~ Ivy earns her UKC Agility 1 title

April 2015 ~ New personal best weight pulled of 3,580# at the Sheboygan Falls pull for TSAMC

May 2015 ~ Ivy earned her Rally Advanced title to complete the qualifications for the Alaskan Malamute Club of
America's Versatile Alaskan Malamute Award!

July 2015 ~ Ivy earned her UKC Championship!  In accomplishing this, she completes the qualifications for the Alaskan
Malamute Club of America's All Around Alaskan Malamute award!

November 2015 ~ AMCA National:  Ivy earned her Rally Excellent (RE) title, her Versatile Alaskan Malamute (VAM)
title, and her All-Around Alaskan Malamute (AAAM) title.  She is the first AAAM born in the UK!  She was 1st place in all
three of her rally competitions that led to her title.  She also was 3rd place in her very competitive weight class at the
AMCA Regional and National weight pulls.


Stay tuned, we have more plans for this girl!  We hope we can announce she's expecting puppies in January 2017!
Ivy's first run on the team

She is the happy one in wheel!
Ivy made her weight pull debut count by earning TWO WWPD legs.  Photos by her breeder, Joan Sheehan, who
happened to be 'in town' from the UK.
Ivy
NEW UKC CH!
6 months old
Our versatile girl...

Above left:  Ivy completed her UKC Agility 1 title, April 2015
Above center: Ivy won the 61-80# class at the Janesville pull for AMCW, February 2015
Above right: Ivy earned her first two Open Jumpers legs with a 1st and 2nd place at the WWCDTC all
breed trial, July 2015
2015 AMCA National Specialty at Sturbridge, MA
with her breeder, Joan
2016 Alaskan Malamute Club of America Regional and National Specialty week

Regional weight pull, 61-80# class ~ 1st place, 2,224#
Regional conformation, Open bitch class, 2nd place
National weight pull, 61-80# class ~ 3rd place, 2,372#
National weight pull ~ Top Percentage Pulled at 32.94x  her body weight
National conformation, Working bitch class, 2nd place
Ivy exhibits EXCELLENT pulling form