Saturday, October 31, 2009


Rebbi has found his new home. Thank you to everyone who helped.

Rebbi means fox in Icelandic. He was born on a cattle ranch in Alberta, Canada on April 10, 2007. As you can see in his photo, he's a short-haired tan and white male with some black hair. His hips have been tested using the University of Pennsylvania Hip Improvement Program, PennHIP, and he is 0.41 in both his right and left hips. Those are very good scores. His eyes have also been tested and they are normal, no problems. His parents have excellent hip ratings. His sire, Emerald Isle Ari, is PennHIP 0.33 in both hips; his dam, Audurs Tryna, is rated Excellent by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, OFA.

He is currently being fostered by a lady who works with and trains herding dogs.

His pedigree is above. You can click on the pedigree or the photo to enlarge them.

Rebbi has an excellent temperament and would make a great companion pet dog. Because of his excellent health background, he would also be very useful for improving the hip health of North American Icelandics.

The most important thing for any of our rescues is to find them a truly loving home.

Rebbi currently lives in eastern Pennsylvania but is willing to travel, preferably to a location in the eastern US or Canada. He is AKC registered.

1 comment:

  1. Rebbi is now a member of our family and brings us such joy and energy. We are so grateful to Cynthia Knowlton and Russ and Linda Hansen for bringing us together.
    Julie Witkovsky