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Willowmist Salukis Australia

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Willowmist Salukis is a small Australian kennel owned by Alex Webster and Kathryn McKay. We are breeders of sound salukis that have excelled in the show ring as well as being great pets. We are located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. We have based our breeding on Quanmarra, Ahmadi and Kiabe lines.

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Australian Champion Willowmist Unicorn Muse

 
 
 
 
Breeders of Australian Grand Champion Willowmist The Hijacker.
Owned by Ian Rasmussen (Ahmadi Salukis) and Robin Slade.
One of Australia's Top Winning Salukis and sire of many Champions.

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Willowmist Songbird

News Flash!

February 8, 2009: JKC CH Willowmist Heart N Soul (aka Ariel) was Best of Breed Bitch at the Kanagawa International Show. Congratulations to Ariel's connections.

February 6, 2009: There's a new arrival at Willowmist in the form of a pale gold boy from Wahdani Kennels in Victoria. Wahdani Aint Misbhavin (aka Simba) arrived in Brisbane safe and sound. A huge thank you to Jan and Brian King for entrusting this handsome boy with us.

February, 2009: Willowmist Wizards Chant is now an Australian Champion. Congratulations to his owners Carol and Graham Christy!

January 6 2009: A sad start to the New Year with the loss of our beloved Jemima (Aust CH Willowmist Unicorn Song). She died after mammary tumours metastised to other parts of her body. She had surgery to remove as many tumours as possible 12 months ago, but the cancer was aggressive.

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Japanese CH Willowmist Heart N Soul

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Aust Grand Ch Willowmist the Hijacker with Ian Rasmussen

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Wahdani Aint Misbhavin

We would like to thank Erin Brown and Penny Dunkley (Quanmarra Salukis), Ian Rasmussen and Phillip Bennett (Ahmadi Salukis), Robin Slade, and finally Margaret Giles (Kiabe Salukis) for all their help and support over the past 20 years.