Streeper Kennels
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 Located in northern BC, Canada, Fort Nelson is an ideal spot for a competitive racing kennel. Situated in the eastern foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, our area receives moderate snowfalls and  comfortable winter temperatures. Usually the snow arrives November 1st and stays well into April. Our summers are short, but we enjoy nearly 20 hours of daylight during our warmer months, with max temps around 25c.

Areil View
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Dog yard has 3 sections - females, males, pups & older dogs

The Kennel Owners:
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Buddy & Terry Streeper - both multiple world title champions


The puppies are kept well away from the adult dogs, and each litter is kept in their own whelping pen. At the age of 5-6 weeks puppies are weened from their mothers, and are then moved to larger fenced in areas, where the will be kept until the age of  4 months, prior or being tied into the dog yard.


Streeper Kennels
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Home of Terry & Debbie Streeper


Our kennel consists of 150 dogs, with 50 puppies (raised each summer), 50 yearlings and 50 adult race dogs. Each dog is teathered to a 7 foot chain connected to a post beside their own house. Females and males are divided with a 6 foot tall chain link fence surrounding the female yard.

The Male Yard
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As a proffesionally minded kennel, we breed and raise our dogs with the goal of improving our team and kennel. Each breeding is carefully planned and thought out. Each summer we have between 5 to 10 litters of puppies. Once the pups are off of their mothers, they are taken for walks daily to teach them to follow. This will eventually help aid in their transition to chasing the 4 wheeler.

 

The Female Yard
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a 6 foot chain link fence surrounds them