Daystar Samoyeds


Joy Pups

We have bred Samoyeds since 1997.

We have owned Samoyeds since 1985.

As of summer, 2020, we have 9 Samoyeds.

We show our Samoyeds in AKC conformation,

or hire handlers to help us show them.

We health test our breeding dogs.

Puppies are born and live in our home, and are well socialized.

We worm puppies, give the first vaccination, and vet check puppies.

We offer full health warranty on puppies for the first seven days.

We offer a limited genetic warranty on puppies for 2 1/2 years.







Rescue vs. Responsible Breeders?


Please read the statement borrowed from Beret Walsh, which succinctly sets forth the reason that dog lovers must not be only for resuce, but must not be against responsible breeding.  Click here to read the document.







We breed a few times each year, and hold a waiting list with approval of our Puppy Questionnaire and a non-refundable initial deposit.  If you are interested in a puppy in the future, please cut and paste the questionnaire, and e-mail to me.  We will let you know when the girls come in season, when they are bred, and when puppies are born.  We currently have a waiting list that is about a year long for the next litter(s).  We anticipate two litters in winter 2020/2021, and one more later in 2021. 



We had to spay Faith at the end of 2019.  She is retired from breeding, obviously.  There is one other girl, Azure, who is probably only going to have one more litter.  So we needed new puppies to grow out and add to our show and breeding program.  We have kept two Noelle girl puppies and one Charm girl puppy from summer litters 2020.  When they turn two years old and complete their clearances, we will be offering puppies from these girls.  Check out the baby pages for Woo, Serenity and Sky.

What is a Samoyed Like?

True at 3 years old. (above)

Willow at 2 years old (above).

Beautiful, majestic, friendly, great with children - that is the Samoyed.  But he is not just a beautiful dog; he is a working dog, very capable of independent thought and able to pull a sled, herd, or assist the family in almost any work required of him.  That beautiful coat doesn't stay that way itself.  Much combing and care goes into grooming him.  He also needs obedience training or he will train himself in ways you won't appreciate.   In the right family, he makes a perfect pet.