The snow-white, similar to both polar bear cub (in schenyachestve) and the white wolf (adult dogs) Samoyed Laika has appeared in the frozen Siberian tundra, many centuries ago. She was a loyal friend and assistant Samoyed people who lived in these godforsaken lands.
According to legend, it was the cradle of humanity Iranian Plateau, Over time, the people there were more and more. What gave birth to the earth, all have lacked a powerful and numerous tribes began to push its low-powered counterparts. Those moved farther to the north, through Mongolia. Eventually Samoyed - a tribe related to Sayan family - settled on the snowy expanses of tundra, stretching from the White Sea to the Yenisei River. Here they are from one generation to lead a nomadic life that is simply impossible to imagine without the deer. And four assistants.
Samoyed history goes back many centuries. This breed is considered one of the oldest - not without reason that it belongs to the group 5 Spitz and primitive types of dogs. The name of the breed got the name Samoyed tribe, who lived in Northern Russia and Siberia. These nomadic tribes (now - Nenets) needed a four-legged helpers who could carry heavy loaded sledges across vast distances, herds of deer graze in the vast expanse of northern and warm their children warm in the hardest frosts. That became an indispensable tool for them Samoyed Husky, which is now more commonly called Samoyeds.
In those days they were called Belka or belkery and current name - Samoyeds, they received in honor of the peoples who told them to our time in its pure form. And this - the merit of Ernest Kilburn-Scott and his wife - Clara. British zoologist Ernst Kilbrun Scott in 1889 spent three months among Samoyed tribes. Returning to England he brought with him a brown dog - a puppy named Dog.
Later he imported a cream colored bitch named Whiteley Pechora to Western Urals and a snow-white dog named suits from Siberia. These dogs and brought from earlier studies, are the founders of the western Samoyed. How to write in his article "On the conservation of cultural heritage" Sarah de Monchy and Peter Kaiser (Translation by Vladimir Beregovoy), "Ernst Kilburn-Scott and his wife Clara were the first who began a systematic and purposeful breeding Samoyed in the west.
It all started with a business trip Ernest Kilburn-Scott in Arkhangelsk, in 1893. He stayed there for two months, and by visiting the Nenets tribe living near the city, bought a puppy. Ernst never traveled deep into Siberia, but using a variety of dating in Russia, he was able to collect data about the dogs originating from these territories. This led to the construction of a large kennel "pharming", which became famous later.
In 1909, Ernest Kilburn Scott organized the Samoyed Club, which was the first Samoyed Club in the UK and in the world. In mae1909 year the club took the first factory breed standard drawn up by Kilburn-Scott (probably with the participation of Clara, which was in fact the breeder). " Thus began a solemn procession Samoyed World.