Kennel WayToGo

Kennel Waytogo is located in north of Sweden and was founded by Anna-Britta Antonsson in 2009. In 2013 Tori Malm became co-owner of the kennel and in 2017
Anna-Britta exit the kennel. 2019 Urica Maistedt entered as new co-owner in the kennel.

about Tori

I live in Sollefteå and I'm breeding both miniature pinscher and rhodesian ridgeback. I'm also a handler, dog trainer and groomer of many differant breeds but my specialty breed in grooming is miniature schnauzer.

I got to know mini pins in 2005 and the next year I got my first own dog, in 2009 my first litter was born.
When I met Anna-Britta in 2008 I soon realized that ridgeback was my "new" breed and when it was time for Leya to have her first litter I knew I wanted a puppy from her.

In 2010 the apple of my eye was born; Waytogo Halo 'Telma'.
In 2014 my second ridgeback came to me from Slovakia; Excellent Nikki of Perla Afriky. Nikki entered into our lives like a breath of fresh air!
In our home we also have company of Zoey the chihuahua and our cat Lillebror.

Over the years I have been fortunated to meet many different mini pins and ridgebacks but also dogs of other breeds, this has given me a very clear idea of what I seek for and what I will achieve with my breeding.
For me, the primary is that a dog will fit into everyday life; around adults, children, other dogs and any other animals. To make this possible, a good mental health is a must!
Of course I also strive for a good physical helath, to breed on known defects or ilnesses is not an option even if the dog is a nice individual.
If the dogs I breed turns out to have well balanced bodies suitable for shows, I see it as a bonus.

I wish to give my puppies and their owners a good start of their new lives together, to be there to support them through all the different situations that may arise with a big or small dog.
I've always had a close relationship to my breeders and for me it's important to give the same support to my puppy buyers.

about Ulrica

I live in Sollefteå with 3 dogs, 2 Rhodesian ridegebacks; Enya from WTG's E-litter and Leah who's from Ulrika Källse, Kennel PowerOfGrace, and also Zoey the chihuahua.

I've had dogs for pretty much my entirel life but got my first Rhodesian ridgeback 3 years ago, before that I had spaniel- and retriever dogs.

I love beeing out walking in the forrest! Dog shows and dog training are some of my biggest intrerests!
I have always enjoyed to take courses and tracking, even before I got my risgebacks. With one of my flat coated retrievers I tried dog showing, however to no great extent. 
Breeding and dog shows are still something new for me. Therefore it feels good to share the kennel with Tori, t
o get advice and support and that we can help eachother.

As my two grown up sons, Eddie and Eric, moves away from home, my dog ​​interest has changed a bit. Ny interest for dogs has always been huge but now is the time to really focus on what I want to do with dog.

My hopes are that we will do some more tracking but also enter more dog shows. I like the community; getting to meet and get to know new people is as much fun as the exhibition itself!

When it comes to breeding think that a good mentality is a prerequisite for whether or not an individual is suitable for breeding. . There I fully share Tori's thoughts and opinions that mental health is as important as the physical one

I am very much looking forward to my first own litter, with all that it entails. In the meantime, I am learning and helping Tori with her litters.