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Three of my original dogs... Photo: Carpenter
Canadian Inuit Dogs I have owned, raised and trained:
A photo essay, Part 3
by William J. ‘Qimmiliriji’ Carpenter
Ed: This is the third of Bill ‘Qimmiliriji’ Carpenter’s four part photo history of the
“William J. Carpenter Eskimo Dog Research Foundation”, begun in 1974.
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