Owners and Independent Breeders of the wonderful
Honiahaka Northern Inuit dog, wolfalikes and
American type wolfdogs
Dog Models available for film work,music
video's photo shoots and meet and greets. Please
email us for prices and availability.
Our Kennel name "Honiahaka"
is Cheyenne for " Little Wolf "
( Registered with the UK kennel club)
We are Tracey, & Andy we live on a small farm in Essex UK.
We have had wolfalike dogs since 2003,Our first being Shakira aka
wolfy who was a Utonagan and before this have owned German
We are owned by some wonderful Northern Inuit Dogs - Wolfalikes
and American wolfdogs.
In 2005 we purchased 2 Northern Inuit puppies.
Anya, who is now 12 years old - One of our main girls and the ones
who got us hooked on this breed, Sadly we lost her sister Saskia in
2013, Anya is now retired from having fur babies, and like many of us
when we reach a certain age battles with her weight a bit too.
Kas Turned up next to be our future stud dog but sadly has terrible hips
so stayed and became our puppy nanny so to speak.
We Kept one of Anya's pups from her 1st litter, lovingly known to us as
"Moley or Princess Moley", (Honiahaka Inuit Spirit), who stole my heart
and soon became my soul mate and best friend. She ruled the roost
and was a complete spoilt brat and mummies girl. Sadly Moley
died suddenly in August 2016, and broke many a heart and left us in
state of shock when she left us.
Adding to our ever increasing pack, we kept two pups from Saskia's 1st
litter, Tiva (Honiahaka Tiva) a Black and white girl
and Bear (Honiahaka Snow Bear) a white boy, who are both true
stunners in their own right.Sadly we lost Tiva in December 2016 and
due to pack structure issues Bear now lives with our Friends who have
horses at our stables.
We added a stud dog on board too known as Squims, who has turned
out to be a true head turner and has done very well in the show ring. He
is now a Northern Inuit Society Champion dog the second dog to ever
get the title, his dad being the first . Mahlek Quimiq at Honiahaka has
sired some of the loveliest NI puppies around, but is now retired from
stud duties, and spends most of his time testing us and the pack to the
Mahlek Ochi Memorian Bona Fratre at Honiahaka AKA Ochi Joined the
Honiahaka pack as a stud dog, he is very laid back and has sired some
stunning puppies and doing wonderful in the show ring. Lovingly known
as the "Dufus dog"
We also kept a girl from Moley's 3rd and final litter. She is our amazing
wolfy girl with a temperament to die for .Honiahaka Kioku no kokoro no
Kami AKA Kami , a true Alpha female, check out her page to see what
her name means !. Kami has been a prolific show winner at most of the
wolf a like breed shows, proving that low/no wolf content dogs can still
out shine the wolf dogs, This girl has it all...Kami has been staring on
the TV in adverts and small films this last few years.
2 more beauties joined our pack, the first being our most gorgeous dark
timber girl Dream,( Honiahaka Dream a little Dream) a home-bred girl
from Kizzy and Spirit, who lives up to her name, and is doing
exceptionally well in the show ring, and has also been doing
photography and film work this passed few years.
Next is our beautiful Hope, lovingly known as Kat (Machine Lady Sirius
for Honiahaka) who has joined us from Machine Northern Inuits, she
has the most amazing grey/yellow eyes and is very feline.
2 More kids joined the pack.. We were very lucky to be offered the
chance of owning the most wolfest boy ever, and who could pass it
up...Spirit aka Olderhill Alpha Winter's Sunset joined our pack and has
sired the most amazing pups for us..We used spirit as a stud before we
were offered him to live with us, Sadly Spirit passed away of a broken
heart a week after his true love Moley and is now with the love of his life
over the rainbow bridge.
Our homebred boy Yuri came to stay as his owner wasn't coping too
well and stopped with us until he found the perfect home, Yuri is jointly
owned by us, and is available at stud..Honiahaka Spirit of Destiny is a
spirit and Moley son and has gone on to sire some lovely pups.
Then along came Angel..( Honiahaka Miracle of Angels) .our true
miracle baby, full younger sister to Dream and a real beauty.
This Dark beauty stole our hearts and what a stunner she has turned in
to...Dreams daughter Elsa ( Honiahaka Tourmaline Dreams), Elsa lives
with and keeps the wolfdogs in check.
Then my mid life crisis struck and the American wolfdogs arrived,
Stunning animals but not for the faint hearted and certainly not for your
every day pet owner.
Meet Mona aka American Dreams for Honiahaka
And Troy Wylie Coyote at Honiahaka
Eden was the next to stay, a sweet wolf grey girl just like her mummy
louie. Honiahaka Santa Baby. If Eden will join our breeding program and
will produce our first wolfdog litter with Troy.
Next is our new boy Kootz, the first of our outcross litters, a stunning
dark timber boy with a double helping of giant genes on both parents
Honiahaka Nova The Incredible Journey
Our last pack member for now arrived this year and she is from an
amazing breeder of American wolfdogs and is the easiest out of the 3.
Lola is from The Filmwolf Family and has a great future ahead of her.
Most of our Dogs now have there own pages so you can see each dogs
pedigree and watch them grow, Im working on those who haven't I will
try to update them as much as i can.
We hope you enjoy our website, we are open honest people, and like
our puppies to go to loving forever homes with people who are happy to
become part of a family, the kettle's always on and the dogs are always
pleased to meet new people.
We are in the process of setting up a new website which will be a mirror
of this one but will eventually replace this website, so pop the new
address in your favourites
Our Northern Inuit dogs are registered with the Northern Inuit Society
But future litters and out-crosses will be independently registered, or
registered with the HWCC. We adhere to a strict code of ethics and
always have done, we do not need to have a star or colour system to
baffle owners into choosing us. our dogs and the way they are brought
up speak for themselves.