I have really enjoyed spending time with these wonderful people and their Honiahaka bred Inuit’s this is Selune and her owner Cicci. Cicci has sent me some information about her beauty and I thought it would be lovely for you guys to have a read about them <3 Sal
My name is Cecilia Engdahl, but everyone says “Cicci”. I originate from the middle parts of Sweden and me and my husband moved here in June 2014 when I became employed by a UK based company.
When I am not spending my days working as a web developer at a software company in Cambridge (to simplify things, I make homepages) – I love to training with Selune. One of the things we do are Dog Parkour,a quite new thing in the UK, but also regular obedience and cani cross. Selune is a girl that loves to learn and it’s an amazing reward to see that how much she enjoy to learn as much as I like to teach! 🙂
Selune, or Ambrakir River as her pedigree name is two and a half years old and has lived with us since she was 8 weeks old. Selune come from the role playing game called “Dungeons and Dragons” and in the World of Faerûn Selûne is the”goddess of light, the moon, stars, navigation, navigators, wanderers, questers, and goodly lycanthropes”, I think that suited our little girl 😉
Selune was the second Northern Inuit imported to Sweden and we have been an ambassador for the breed over there until when I received my work placement in the UK as well as my husband of course and Selune took the big step and we moved to a different country.
Other interest of mine are medieval re-enactment as well as painting and sculpting.
I used to be a part of an international association 10 years ago in Sweden, but after moving to the UK I picked up the re-enactment interest again and are looking forward to take Selune with me to events where dogs are allowed.
I guess that’s it about us! Cicci Xx
I’ll look forward to coming along to your re-enactment events Cicci to see both you and Selune doing your thing, How wonderful!!
Here are a couple of finished edits from our super trained Inuit – Selune ‘Ambrakir River’