Lolo and Rogue in wading along the south shore of Lake Tahoe.

About

Birch Hill Chinooks started in the fall of 1997 when we had a litter of Chinook puppies in Fairbanks, Alaska. They were a total of 7 puppies – 5 boys and 2 girls.

We kept two puppies – Grayling (a boy) and Talkeetna (a girl) from the litter. Then some time later the second girl got re-homed with us. At one point we had 10 dogs but with age the number of dogs became smaller to the point where we had 3 dogs. Our last dog died in 2012 who was 14 1/2 years of age was from this litter.

This is Rogue laying on the beach of Lake Tahoe.
This is Rogue laying on the beach of Lake Tahoe.

In September of the same year we took in Rogue as re-homed Chinook. So, nearly two years later we’re still getting used to friendly very social behavior.

In April of 2013, we help another Chinook owner and gave a temporary home to Lolo (pictured in the header and below) for a few months later. More like 7 months later she went back to owner for some time. Now we have again for a little while to come.

Lolo is sitting and looking at Lake Tahoe
Lolo is sitting and looking at Lake Tahoe on a beach along the shore of the lake.

Now, I am going take a lot of photos of these two dogs and share these photos for a long time to come. I may get a puppy at some point when there is a more permanent place to live for us.

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A Photograph Collection of our Dogs.