Our beautiful Northern Inuit Pack

                       Shima Onida Kennels

                                                                     Breeder of  Northern Inuit  & Timber Wolflike Dogs

About Us

Me with 3 of our pack , Lola, Drogo & Sansa.

I started Shima Onida around 11 yrs ago.

Mainly because I felt there was room for

improving the health and look of these dogs,

they have always had outstanding 


I wanted to see them with smaller ears better 

coat types and longer/ taller legs, enhancing

the wolfy look more.

Its been a lot of hard work accessing the right 

stud dogs and bitches to be able to do this,

I have managed with some but am still working

just as hard to accomplish my ideal look.

Each of our dogs lives in the house, they are 

part of  our family.

Our puppies are house-reared, we 

do not use kennels 

Each puppy is  desensitized to house hold 

appliances, and other items like the vaccum 


Our dogs are all fully health tested with hip & 

elbow scores, DM tested and OSD3 tested. Our 

dogs are also EMBARK dna tested - which 

tests for over 160 diseases. 

Our dogs are fed a raw diet and we wean our 

puppies onto raw as this the best diet for 


We also feed Eden Kibble, which is the UK's 

best brand of kibble. 


Shima Onida Elanor aka Ellie pictured above at Crufts 

We are very proud here at Shima Onida as one of the first litters we bred has a very Special girl, Ellie aka Shima Onida Elanor has become a Pets as Therapy dog and today 10/03/2016 she is at Crufts , a great achievement for us and her owner Debbie Woodcock .

Well where do we start, My story of becoming a Northern Inuit Owner & breeder. For more years than I can remember I have adored Wolves, only ever being able to view them in Zoo's and Animal parks. Always behind bars!

Having owned GSD's for over 20yrs I found myself in the position of being able to have another dog and decided to try a new breed. I had heard of wolf Hybrids, Sarloos Wolf Dogs and also Czech Wolfdogs 

Anyway while my daughter was searching the Internet (fountain of all knowledge!) she came across the Northern Inuit and the Utonagan. Having read all possible and checking out both breeds I decided that the Northern Inuit was for me. I had seen some very wolfy looking ones and a lot that where not too wolfy at all.

Anyway on Dec 23rd 06 I was able to bring my furry bundle of joy home, having chosen her when she was 3 days old. That puppy was Tala.

Since then I have acquired 3 more, 2 which have been re homed and another from a 12 week old puppy! Be warned they are very addictive!!!!Please be advised that these dogs crave human companionship and if left alone for long periods they will trash your home!!This is due to them needing more attention than the more popular breeds. If you work full time they are not an ideal breed to own, however you can kennel them in the garden with toys and another dog and they will do far less damage than if they where home alone!!!

The name Shima Onida means "Mother - the one I have been searching for" Both Shima & Onida are from the Native American languages, and as we are trying to capture the look of the wolf I thought it would be nice to use the Native American names and Music on my site. All music is by a lady called Mary Young Blood who is a top Native American Artist.




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