L to R: Tony (RED male), Emma (BLUE female), BlackJack (BLACK male), and Lola (FAWN female)
Welcome to Baan Sakorn TRD and our 4 current litters. This year we have bred four different females: Mai Sugar, Mai Sinatra, Mai Sabrina and Mai Precious to our two main studs Mr.Winner & Sakorn XX.
Litter #1 is "The Girls Who Loved Me" by Mai Sugar bred by Mr. Winner and the result was SEVEN pups on January 25th ... 5 BLUE/2 FAWN ... 2 males and 5 females.
(1) James passed away
(2) Cooper passed away
(3) Mick was SOLD to a friend here in Thailand.
(4) Ann was SOLD to JP Saenz in the Sacramento area.
(5) Tina is available FOR SALE
(6) Donna is available FOR SALE
(7) Cathy is available FOR SALE
Litter #2 was "The TRD Rat Pack" by Mai Sinatra bred by Mr. Winner and that result was EIGHT pups ... All BLUE ... 6 males and 2 females.
(1) Humphrey Bogart was SOLDto Matthew Buchannan in Georgia, USA
(2) Frank Sinatra was SOLD to Omar Hagrass in Cairo, Egypt.
(3) Peter Lawford was SOLD to Rita Minissi in NY, USA
(4) Sammy Davis is availableFOR SALE
(5) Dean Martin is available FOR SALE
(6) Joey Bishop is available FOR SALE
(7) Judy Garland is available FOR SALE
(8) Lauren Bacall is available FOR SALE
Litter #3 was "TheRainbow"by Mai Sabrina bred by Mai Sakorn XX and that result was SIX pups ...
1 Fawn male, 1 Red male, 2 Black males, and 2 Red females. All SIX pups are still available FOR SALE. This litter can ship in the month of March 2016.
Mai Sakorn XX...
Litter #4 was"Super Blues"by Mai Precious and Mr. Winner and this result was 6 pups on the 8th of November and 2 more the next day. 24 hours apart.. Amazing for sure! Total was 4 males and 4 females. One blue female is fully paid for in advance by a current Baan Sakorn TRD buyer from last years litter, Mr. James Campbell of Boston, MA who bought a BLACK male we called BOSTON BLACKIE who he re-named BOOM BOOM. This leaves us 4 blue males and 3 blue females to sell. This litter can ship in the month of March 2016.
The Rules on shipping...
We can ship any of these pups to anywhere in the USA, Russia, Africa, Asia and all countries with the 4th month rule on shipping. To those other countries like the UK and all EU plus island nations is a required blood test with an automatic 90 wait period before we can ship them out at the 7th month.
Greetings my friends and future TRD inquiries... Welcome to Baan Sakorn TRD producing the very best TRD for over 21 years.
The first question is where do we live...??
We live in Northern Thailand near the 700 year old city of Chiang Mai about 700 kilometers or 500 miles from the capitol of Bangkok, Thailand.
The second question is normally "HOW MUCH" for a TRD puppy...?? No one can really say "How Much" before the 6th to 8th week and get a honest answer. I could only guess, but really it would only be an inflated amount. No honest breeder can say a true price before that time.
All TRD are not the same price or quality? They vary in price for sure. The TRD puppy or adult will vary in price due to colour, sex, and quality.
If you are looking to buy a puppy for a cheap price, I suggest you go to your local animal shelter and pick out the one you want? If the TRD breed is what you want the figure on paying at least $200 for a cage and shipping up to where the cage with puppy is going. A TRD puppy can ship at 3-4 months and the TRD will cost you $500 to $5000 depending on the colour and quality. The vaccines, microchip, and any vet HC or checkups are on us.
Lets say a good blue TRD is $2000. To some people that is okay and to one guy in Florida it was just too much.. Lots a great folks wanting a TRD and many who are not nice people wanting as well.. It is hard to know people in just one email only asking HOW MUCH?? My daddy would say if you ask how much most likely you can't afford one!
Then I will ask you SIX very important questions to me...
(1) How old are you?
(2) Where do you live?
(3) What colour do you want? RED, BLACK, FAWN or BLUE??
(4) What sex do you want male or female??
(5) What quality do you want... Show/Breed quality or Pet quality??
(6) And last I ask you... what do you want to spend??
For over 21 years I have seen these TRD in all 4 colours go for as low $200 and as high as $4000. It's all depending on the quality, colour, and structure. The average cost for a good quality breeder TRD is about $2000 plus or minus. The cage and shipping is extra. Also the prices all vary due to what country you live in. The EU, UK, NZ, and AUS, and all "island" nations are for sure a lot more money due to the mandatory blood test and 90 waiting period that those countries demand. All other countries are easier for sure.
These are the 2 best ways to contact us in person..
(1) Come to Thailand and meet us at our front door in person..
(2) Or call us by using 2 different Internet Apps below in person..
SKYPE (ID # thaidog.com)
WhatsApp (ID # +66-81-716-0420)
I just had a recent inquirer tell me she didn't trust sending money to a stranger. So, I told her come see me in person and stop being a stranger or call me by using one of these two methods and again stop being a stranger.. I cannot help your fear in speaking or meeting new people, but I can try to help you feel better about sending the money it will cost to get a TRD from us.. We have scores of buyers who will tell you their experiences as well in sending your money to us in getting a new TRD.. Read our any testimonials from the many different buyers this year, last year and for over 21 years..
I can promise this to everyone. I will NOT sell anyone a TRD oe puppy without filling out our Contacts Page first. Or will I sell a TRD to anyone without a SKYPE or a WHATSAPP call before we do any sort of business. No TIRE KICKERS please..
We want only sincere and honest buyers who want the very best in this breed.
Some of our recent buyers...
A comment from Kevin S. in San Francisco about his TRD called MR.BIG and one from Justin in Sacramento, CA about his new TRD female called Lanna Thai...
My TRD we call Mr. Big turned 8 years on Oct. 28, so my young (20-something) twin daughters dressed him up in a Halloween outfit--SUPER HERO DOG, HE LOVED IT.
I read the latest testimonial on your website from the 44 year old father and recent TRD owner... I can relate to all those behaviors as Mr. BIG shows all the same.
He has mellowed, slightly, but remains king of the canine domain here at our house. This has proven to be a costly realization for us, as over the years all other (5) dogs have been put in their place by way of bites. Contrast this aggressive TRD nature with the sweet, gentle TRD manner, and you have a fair instruction manual for prospective TRD owners.
Mr. BIG remains healthy and buff, and still turns heads as we walk down the street.
"What kind of dog is that?"
Here is our last sold TRD from the January 25th 2015 litter ..
Baan Sakorn's Mai Lanna Thai
To whom it may concern when looking for a TRD.
We picked our TRD up from Los Angeles about a week ago and what a week it's been!
I'm a 44 year old husband/dad and have had a dog most of my life, but never anything like the Thai Ridgeback… she's simply amazing.
I feel like anything I say at this point will be perceived like the words of any parent gushing on about how advanced, intelligent and special their child is, but I tell you it's the truth! Comments received so far include everything from the wondrous, "what kind of dog is that?", to a lady that stopped in her tracks at Petsmart to alert me several times, "that dog has human eyes".
Yes she is beautiful, intelligent and remarkably expressive, but I am also now keenly aware of exactly what is meant by the mantra, "these dogs are NOT for everybody."
In the short time I've spent with this dog, I can say with a great deal of confidence that these dogs are most certainly NOT for everyone. For starters, you must have long, consistent patient discipline and time to spend with them to break through their initial apprehension and earn their affection (snacks don't hurt) - at least that was the case for me. And it's much easier said than done. This dog is the fastest, craftiest, most cunning and willful animal I have ever seen.
The first time I put her on leash she would not budge in any direction I was inclined to move in. she waited for just the right moment, slipped her collar like a pro with a plan and trotted off triumphantly! I spent well over an hour going through every method, trick and emotion known to man while she blissfully and effortlessly stayed just out of reach. Forget about using speed or guile by the way. Very close was all my efforts got me. You might as well chase after a deer in the woods. It wasn't until I had long past desperation and was feeling very near the point of defeat and turned my back in complete frustration that she decided to end the fun. She ran up beside me and has been my shadow every since. No kidding.
When I go into a room she follows then turns and lies down with eyes on the entrance. As sweet and pretty as she is, she doesn't show any fear towards strangers, but she is very clear about the fact that she has no interest in being petted or even approached too closely by them no matter how gentle, sweet or kind.
No idiotic barking and she hasn't been overly aggressive with other dogs. She is fine with meeting and greeting other dogs so far, but she definitely asserted ownership of our home and her bone the first chance she had. My 10 year old 105 lb retriever got on great with her until he approached her bone and was met with instant growl and gleaming long white vampire-like k-9 fangs . He paused, but then remembered that this is his home and he's the big dog. When he lumbered on towards the bone he was authoritatively snapped at by those perfect and lightning fast scissored teeth!
No blood was drawn, but the message was delivered and received loud and clear. Our 50 lb Ridgeback now rules the roost. She needs lots of exercise, but is happy to pay for it with the most expressive eyes and playful kisses. She pouted about going into her crate and even pushed my finger out with her nose when I tried to console her, but she's settling down now that she knows that going into the crate is just an overnight experience, no more planes. She's home.
I want to thank most of all, Derek Luczyski and his wife in LA for allowing me to take her as it was not working out for him and their French Bulldog female. I know they were bonding fast with her and I had to take her quickly before they changed their minds. They truly are good people to trust me with her. And of course many thanks to Jack Sterling and Jeab Chobngan in Thailand for raising such wonderful Thai Ridgeback Dogs. Without these 4 people I would not be blessed to have the TRD in my life. Thank you all for believing in me.
Meet TINA our "Pick of the Litter" FAWN TRD puppy from the January 25th 2015 litter. Plus her two blue sisters DONNA and CATHY are also available for sale. If you any one of these marvelous puppies, please fill out our all new contact form located here and at the top of this page.
ThaiDog.com is growing..
Look for new TRD litters in 2015, 2016, and 2017 from:
(1) Jeab Chobngan TRD @ Thai Ridgebacks For Sale in Facebook ... in Thailand...
(2) Barry Fenwick TRD @ Barry Fenwick TRD in Facebook ... in England... (3) Kees van Wingerden TRD @ Dutch TRD in Facebook ... In Holland...
Baan Sakorn TRD owners around the world:
We have shipped our TRD all over the world to Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, Nova Scotia, El Salvador, La ReUnion Island, Guam, New Zealand, Australia, Laos, Korea, Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, India, Kuwait, Italy, Germany, Austria, France, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Russia, and all over Thailand... plus over 500 different people to the USA over 21 years.. some people 2-3 times..
In Asia and the Middle east: (Straight flights, no waiting time at all) Tran Duc Hieu & "Magic" in Vietnam Nouf Al-Bahar &"Kaleesi" in Kuwait
Omar Hagrass & "Frank Sinatra" in Egypt
The people you see below had to wait a 90 days after a rabies blood test was done at the 4th month.
Christel Oleson and "Nitnoy" in Denmark
Pierre Bergstrom and "JOE" in Sweden
Valentina Varjacic and "Miss Mae" in Italy Tanya McDowall and "Miss Mai" in Austraia
Michelle MacKay and "Sakorn 17" in New Zealand
Barry Fenwick and "Elvis" plus "Precious" in the UK
Kees Van Wingerden and "Winner 2" plus "Navinee 2" in Holland
This is my 21 year observation in picking out a breedable TRD puppy. At what age can you reasonably guess on a TRD, as a breeder for your next generation of puppies?
8 weeks ? or 12 weeks ?? or 16 weeks ???
NONE OF THE ABOVE
When can you smell the flower? The best time to pick a "breeder" TRD is at 6 to 8 months. Just about the time she is ready for her first "heat cycle." A breeder can really tell what his female will be. Any breed of dog cannot be shown until the 6th month.
Cause it has matured enough to see all the faults. NO ONE knows what a puppy will turn out to be at such a early age as a wee tiny puppy. They all look cute at that age, but to be sure on the structure, the movement, the over all temperament.. your "pick puppy" in any good breeding should be as old as a 6-8 month old for sure. I have seen the TRD other people calling themselves a "TRD breeder" are using and I must say I am so glad I have the TRD I do have. You will not find finer or better TRD then right here in Chiang Mai Thailand and from the good Thai breeders who have sold us our TRD over the past 20 years.
Welcome to Chiang Mai Thai Ridgeback Dogs
The "FIRST" importer in America with a TRD in 1994 was Jack Sterling of San Francisco, CA and also the first breeder too.
The Thai Dog breed he had discovered on a chanced trip to Bangkok Thailand are the most favorite breed in Thailand for over 400 years and they were called the "Mah Thai Lung Arn" or as Jack called them the "Thai Ridgeback Dog" or the "TRD" for short. On March 15th of 1994, Jack took his two youngest of his then three newly acquired "Thai Dogs" and now famous TRD to show at ARBA's 3rd Cherry Blossom Rare Breed Dog Show in Washington DC on the nation's Mall in front of the Capitol Building on April 30th-May 1st 1994. There he was lucky to have met both the President and his wife as well as be featured on the local news stations and WIN the classes he had enter as well.. What a wonderful way to start off this breed to America and its people... Jack Sterling moved back to Thailand on October 11th 2003 to spend the next 12 years doing what he loved the most. Breeding his "Thai Dogs" to offer to all peoples worldwide.
The first litter at 6 weeks, born on May 19th, 1994.
The first litter of TRD at 3 months.
The very first time 47 years old Jack Sterling held his first BLUE TRD called SAKORN.
20 years later, 67 year old Jack Sterling is shown holding his favorite blue male APPLE PIE.
Jack's 1st TRD.. SAKORN lived a amazing life for 13 years & 355 days. He was the dog that inspired the term TRD in 1994.
October 25 1993- October 15th 2007
Jack's 2nd TRD.. NAVINEE lived only one year, but it to was a amazing year.
The US Capitol.. in 1994 was the backdrop of the Cherry Blossom Rare breed dog show where the 1st TRD in the USA were shown for the 1st time.
Today, 20 years later in Chiang Mai Thailand along with Miss Jeab Chobngan of Baan Sakorn TRD they produce all 4 colors of this breed.
What are you looking for? Pet quality or show quality? We can export a puppy to most countries at the 4th month. Tell us what you want to spend on a puppy, what sex of a puppy and also what colour. Then contact us by using SKYPE or LINE. Our name in SKYPE is ThaiDog.com and the same name ID for the LINE system.. plus the best way is to just call us directly on our mobile cell phone # (in Thailand) @: 66-81-716-0420 if you have a serious interest. Also you can email us @: BaanSakornTRD@gmail.com
All offers are considered.
Jeab Chobngan & Jack Sterling
Baan Sakorn TRD
The only way to contact us and buy a TRD is through SKYPE. Contact us at our SKYPE ID @ ThaiDog.com
What are the rules on shipping TRD to most countries across the world?
All TRD must have their needed vaccines including the rabies vaccine at 90 days or the 3rd month. Then an automatic wait of 30 days before we can ship any said puppy to whatever country you reside in. OR you can come here to get your puppy at the 7th to 8th week and carry it home with you in the cabin of most airliners as your "carry on luggage. Shipping to the USA is the quickest way to LAX in Southern California.
What are the rules on shipping to all UK and EU countries?
No one can ship or transport any dog or puppy of any breed to the UK or and other EU country until a blood test is done and then a "90 day wait" or quarantine.
The blood test is required in all UK and EU counties and most "island nations" as well. (AUS, NZ, Japan, Madagascar, La ReUnion, to name a few.) then comes a 90 day self quarantine in a approved boarding facility or in ones home.
The soonest any person in any EU or UK countries can get a TRD from Thailand is by the 7th month after whelping.
This is how it works for all UK and EU countries:
(1) 1st parvo / distemper vaccine is given at the 6th week. (42 days)
(2) 2nd parvo / distemper vaccine is given at the 9th week. (63 days)
(3) 3rd parvo / distemper vaccine is given at the 12th week. (84 days)
(4) 1st rabies vaccine is also given at the 3rd month. (90 days)
30 days after the 1st rabies vaccine is given the vet here in Thailand will draw blood to convert it into a serum. That serum is sent to a vet in the UK that tests it for the rabies antibodies. It will pass for sure.
Now, starts that "90 wait period" that is required by all countries in the UK and the EU. At the end of that 90 day wait period the said puppy can be shipped into the UK or any EU country.
There is NO OTHER WAY. The TRD puppy will be at least 6-7 months or older at the time of shipping.
Now, comes the question you all want to know:
How much does a TRD puppy cost?
From $300 to $3000 .. depending on the colour and quality is the answer.
When we receive emails asking this basic question on "How much does a puppy cost," I find it extremely difficult to answer this question right away, due to the fact that there is 4 different colours as well as two to three different qualities in most puppies of any breed. Most people want the "bottom line" price and that is difficult to say not knowing where on the "earth" that we will be shipping... the quality that you want. The TRD can have puppies born with "no ridge" or a very small ridge. Some can have a DSC or known to many different breeds as the Dermoid Sinus Cyst. Some puppies will have crooked legs, short or curly tails.. the breed standard clearly says a straight or curved tail set. A good and honest TRD breeder will always tell any new potential buyer of a TRD puppy of what are their "shortcomings" of each and every puppy as well as its attributes.
The TOP TEN things to look for in a TRD puppy...
(1) Is the skull too large or too small?
(2) Are the ears too large or too small?
(3) Is the tail straight or curled?
(4) What is the rear angle of the hind legs like?
(5) What is the type of ridge or lack of it?
(6) Is the front straight or crooked?
(7) What is the color... red, black grey or fawn?
(8) What is the coat type or hair length?
(9) Is the top line straight or roached?
(10) What is the temperament like?
Links, Videos, Stories, Top Ten List,
and the cost of a TRD puppy
"How much does a TRD puppy cost?"
A puppy will cost from...
15,000 to 64,000 TB
$500 to $2,000 USD
£300 to £1,200 UKP
E500 to E1,500 EUR
The shipping depends on where you live. You need to fill out the "Contact Form" to get an estimate cost on shipping to your country.
The cages cost 6400 Thai Baht to 8800 Thai Baht ($200-$300).
The cost of a TRD puppy is up to color and quality. $100 to $2000
The shipping cost is figured on the dimensional size of the cage.
A normal 4 month old puppy will be shipped in a medium size cage measuring 80 cm x 55 cm x 57 cm. and weighs seven kilos. In the USA, that size cage is 31.5" x 21.5" x 22.5" and weighs 15.4 pounds.
A normal sized TRD puppy at the 4th month normally weighs about 15 kilos or 33 pounds. A full grown TRD is from 16 kilos to 30 kilos or 35 to 66 pounds depending on male or female.
Here are showing a total of 20 puppies that DO NOT fight whilst they are feeding.
All the puppies are okay with my 3 cats as well.
WELCOME again to Baan Sakorn TRD located in Chiang Mai Northern Thailand
21 years ago, in March of 1994, I came to Thailand on a well deserved holiday. On that first night when I arrived in Bangkok, I heard dogs barking outside my hotel room. The next morning I discovered 4 grey colored dogs running and playing in a courtyard of that hotel. There was a man washing his car and when I asked him the question.. it became on that day the question every TRD owner across the world are asked daily..
"What Kind Of Dog Is That?"
I knew in that instant, I had to have one, but then I realized I wanted more then just one.. The TRD story for me happened that day.. Now, over 2 decades later I have given my life to this breed..
All of my TRD are registered with the Kennel Club of Thailand (KCTH-FCI).
Khun Jeab Chobngan promises to continue what I started in 1994.
She is in total control of all future breedings at Baan Sakorn TRD.
How it all began..
"Thai Silk" was the kennel name of the late Mr. Somsit Leelhausuwan in Bangkok. He had this totally marvelous Thai Champion stud dog called BLUE, but it was spelled as BULL. This same "Mah Thai Lung Arn" or in the English language a Thai Ridgeback Dog (or as I re-named them in 1994, a TRD just short for the "Thai Ridgeback Dog") as an advertising gimmick in all the dog magazines of that day in the USA because there wasn't yet the INTERNET as a tool to promote or advertise with. Most all of the BLUE TRD for the past 20+ years came from his TRD called BULL. Today, across the world, many people are using my simple term to call they own dogs of this breed.
Remember this before you buy this breed of dog! The TRD is NOT for everyone...
The above blue TRD is Thai Silk's BULL...
The Thai Ridgeback Dog has eight different ridge patterns:
What Kind Of Dog Is That???
Meet my #1 BLUE female MISS POOKIE at 4 months and at 2 years..
4 months old on March 5th 2013
2 years old on Nov. 5th 2014
This all you will hear from everyone who sees your new Baan Sakorn puppy...And all you will say is this:
"This is a very ancient breed of dog bred ONLY in Thailand for the past 400 years. They are called in Thailand the "Mah Thai Lung Ahn" which if you translate into English they are called the "Thai Ridgeback Dog." And Jack Sterling decided to call the the "TRD" for short in 1994 as a way to advertize them in magazine before there was an Internet or social media sites like Facebook and Google +...
The two most desired colors in this breed of dog from Thailand...
Now are you thinking about buying a TRD?
Above you can see our two top male TRD puppies in 2013
"WINNER and PITAK"
Today, Mr. WINNER is our very best male in our kennel.
Below you will see the puppies "WINNER" has so far.. 2015
Breeding your show or breed quality female TRD ..
The breeding cycle of this breed is in most cases only once a year. When a female comes into her first "heat cycle"
(or in doggie lingo her "estrus") The very first "estrus" is about the 8th month. PLEASE do not breed your female TRD that early. Wait at least a full 2 years before you decide to breed your breed or show quality female TRD. If you do not plan to breed your female you can have her "spayed" or fixed to not reproduce at about the 6th to 12th month.
All depends on you and what you want to do. Breeding a TRD is a very big decision for sure as it is extremely time consuming
after the 3-4 week after the dam (mother) wants to stop feeding the pups and your job now kicks in. After you start feeding your puppies this will last until you find homes for them. Try to line up buyers before you actually breed them as I know all too well how difficult it is to sell this breed to the right people.
This is not an easy breed to sell with 100's or 1000's of people wanting them. The TRD is extremely rare to the general public today and finding the right sort of buyer is not easy. Be ready to say NO to many of those wannabe buyers thinking it is a way to make money. I have a age limit of no one under 25 since most are not mature enough handle a TRD and no one over 65 cuz they are just too old to really handle a TRD. Once you discover the nature of what a TRD puppy is like alone and then again with it's siblings.. most first time breeders say these two words..
NEVER AGAIN. They are a handful for sure and many cannot handle the fighting between the siblings or any other puppy.
This is why I always say... Think before you buy a TRD if you can handle one... These are jungle dogs and now a "watered down" mix bred or domestic breed you are aware of..
The TRD breed may NOT be for you !!!
The TRD is a tough, active, jungle-like dog that can be very fierce in nature and also can be very difficult to reckon with as new novice dog owner... These dogs are not for everyone. If you are to be a first time dog owner, I would strongly suggest you to forget about this breed until you are a wee bit more experienced in dogs and what they can do... Remember this is at least 10-12 years of your life too!
If you think this breed is right for you then call me for the "real ride" of your life... the Thai Ridgeback Dog
For the past 20 years, since I discovered this breed in Bangkok, I have continued to introduced to you on this website this "wonderfully incredible" and amazing breed of dog. The Thai Ridgeback Dog or Mah Thai Lung Arn, and they are called here in old Siam... I hope the TRD (and not a "TR or a TRB") will grace your homes and your lives for many a year after I am gone..
The Thai Ridgeback Dog breed comes in 4 different colors..BLUE, BLACK, RED, FAWN
What we specialize in RED, BLUE, and sometimes BLACK...
To all of you who has that special interest in the Thai Ridgeback Dog from Baan Sakorn TRD,
I hope you have enjoyed our photos. As you can see by these photos, we pride ourselves in having the finest TRD you will ever find.
Think of this before you buy... The TRD breed may NOT be for you !!! Do as much research as you can & ask any of our past TRD buyers or any buyer from any TRD breeder what they think of this breed. So, if you have decided that you want a TRD puppy from whomever, just remember that we are here to serve you the best we possibly can.
Over the past 20 years of breeding the Thai Ridgeback Dog, Jack Sterling TRD has be able to share his TRD with 100's of people to more than 20 different countries across the world. Many others have tried to copy him and this website. It seems that only jealousy, greed. and envy is what motivates many of these new people who try to copy him.
$9.50 each which includes postage to the USA only..
We are proud members of
Baan Sakorn TRD
Where is Baan Sakorn TRD? Answer... We are located in the 700 year old city of
Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand.
"How much does a TRD puppy cost?"
A puppy will cost from...
$300 to $3000 depending on quality...
Who pays the cage & shipping?
Answer... Whomever is buying the dog or puppy.
All prices are quoted first in Thai Baht...
Naturally, CASH works the best...
REFUNDS or RETURNS There are no refunds on any deposits made on cages, shipping costs, or the purchase price of any TRD puppy or dog. Any and all Baan Sakorn TRD can be returned.. a full credit can be applied to any new replacement puppy depending on the reason of the return.
History: The Mah Thai Lung Arn has been a Thai breed of dog for over 400 years and got their start in the Trat part of Thailand many many years ago. Believe to be "kin" to the Vietnamese Ridgeback called the "Phu Quoc Dog (PQD) the Thai Ridgeback or as I called them in 1994 the TRD got its start in the United States in 1994 by none other me, an American named Mr. Jack Sterling from San Francisco, CA.
Jack Sterling and daughter Tracy 1992
In Thailand, they are called the "Mah Thai Lung Arn" but due to Mr. Sterling's fast thinking for the advertising of the breed at that time he would call the the TRD. now, today across the globe people of all nationalities call the the TRD for short.
Jack, ChaiYo & his
mom & dad in 1999
Jack lived in the USA for about 9 years from 1994-2003 promoting the breed throughout all 50 states. 90% of all the people who have bred their TRD and those people still breeding their TRD got their TRD from Jack Sterling.
Jack Sterling at a AKC
dog show in NYC 1997
The cost of a TRD pet or show quality:
That is up to you! from a "re-home" adult we will take any offer on to the very best you will ever find.
My TRD are priced according to quality, color, age and availability.
The TRD Rainbow... RED, BLUE BLACK and FAWN
Shipping and the cage costs are extra...
A small cage made of wire is used on domestic flights only are FREE.
A medium cage airline approved for a 4 month old TRD is about $150+.
A large cage airline approved for a 8 month old TRD is about $250+
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