Samoyed breeders

Vanderbilt Samoyeds

Vanderbilt Samoyeds

Blair & Judi Elford
101 Valley Road, RR #3
Millbrook, ON, L0A 1G0
Tel.: (705) 932-2559

Our Sams represent global perspective with top Canadian, European and American lines. We scan the world looking for the best dogs to ensure the future of the breed and the best family companions for you. We've bred multiple All Breed and Specialty (including several Nationals) Best in Shows, Best Puppy in Shows, #1 Samoyeds, Puppy of the Year, and 200+ homebred Champions. We screen for hereditary hip and eye problems, and our puppies carry a comprehensive health guarantee. Samoyeds exclusively since 1977 - there is no substitute for experience.

See our website for further details.

Winterdance Samoyed Registered

Winterdance Samoyed Registered

#121, 52411 Range Road #214
Ardrossan, Alberta
T8E 2G8
Tel.: 780-922-7616


At Winterdance Kennels, we breed selectively striving for quality in breed type, temperament, working ability and health. We are active in conformation, obedience, rally and dog sledding. Our dogs are also active within the schools and community promoting a breed that can do it all — work, play, run, show, and most of all, be that loving companion.

All dogs/puppies are health tested and guaranteed.

See our website for upcoming litters:


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