Jett the Tamaskan

Jett the Tamaskan


Welcome to Jett's page on the Flymall. Jett's parents are both pilots, hence the name Jett. Jett will often accompany Harry as he travels around to different airports buying and selling aircraft.

Click here for info on our Jett powered dog sled

Tamaskan Club of America

Jett came from a breeder in North Carolina.

Just a dog poem

Here is a little something regarding pets and motels: We allow pets in this motel. We never had a dog smoke in bed and set fire to the blankets. We never had a dog that stole our towels, had the TV too loud, or had a noisy fight with his travelling companion... we never had a dog that got drunk and broke all the furniture... So if your dog can vouch for you. You're welcome too....

Jett's featured video:

I am the one who awaits you...
Your car has a special sound and I can recognize it among a thousand.
Your steps have a magic bell, they are music for me.
Your voice is the greatest sign of my happy time and sometimes it is not necessary to mention: I hear your sadness.
If I see your joy, make me happy!
I don't know what smells good or bad, I just know that your smell is the best.
Some attendance sometimes i like, others, not so much.
But your presence is what moves my senses.
Your Awakening wake me up
Sleeping you are my God, resting at home, and I your dream.
Your look is a ray of light, when I realize your awakening...
Your hands on me have the lightness of peace.
And when you leave, everything is empty again...

And I wait again always and always...
By the sound of your car;
By your steps;
By your voice;
For your always unstable state of humor;
By your smell;
For your rest under my vigil;
By your eyes;
By your hands.
And so I'm happy.

I am the one who awaits you:
I'm your dog!
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Detailed Description
The Tamaskan Dog is a crossbred dog of sleddog type, created in Finland, and as of 27 November 2013, has been recognized by the American Rare Breed Association, and the Kennel Club of the United States of America. It is a highly versatile dog that can excel in agility, obedience and working trials. It is also capable of pulling sleds, which is inherited from its Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute ancestors. Morphologically, Tamaskans have been bred to look like wolves and have a notable lupine appearance. Although there are a little over 400 registered Tamaskan Dogs worldwide, increasing interest has resulted in their spread throughout continental Europe, the UK and the USA, as well as Canada and Australia.
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