Karelian Bear Dog breeders

Aspen Valley Bear Dogs

Aspen Valley Bear Dogs

1604 S. Fork Mill Ck Rd
Colville, Washington,    99114
Tel.: 509-684-8031; Cell: 509-675-2975
Fax: 509-271-0672
E-mail: avbeardog@hotmail.com
Website: www.avbeardog.com

Welcome to Aspen Valley Karelian Bear Dogs.

We specialize in uniting very special Karelian Bear Dog puppies with loving, responsible owners. We raise striking Black & White Karelian Bear Dog puppies that are born in a loving family, which includes kids, cats, horses, and other dogs. They are high quality, well socialized, with excellent temperaments. They are a mid-sized dog, with great courage, stamina, and hunting instincts; used by the National Forest Service for protection.

In the U.S., Karelian Bear Dogs are primarily used to protect their masters from predatory animals, such as cougars and bears, and will fight to their death to protect their master. These are working dogs, yet gentle and reliable, even with small children.

For more information, please visit our website at: www.avbeardog.com

KARELIAN BEAR DOG BREEDERS BY REGION
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