My love for Samoyeds began as a child for I spent my younger years growing up on a farm in Maryland.  I attended dog shows with my parents, Kathy & Joe Parma, as they raised Old English Sheepdogs.

My parent's kennel was "Bobtail" Old English Sheepdogs.  My mother was an excellent breeder and groomer and my father was a great professional handler. So I learned very young how to groom, correctly breed, and show dogs.  At the dog shows I was always attracted to the Samoyed and their beautiful smile, coats and charm.

In the early 80's I acquired my foundation bitch, Ch. Casablanca's Dash of Panache from Kennette Tabor, an excellent breeder from Chesapeake, VA.  Kennette taught me many grooming tips and handling techniques that I have used all these years.

Cassi, my foundation bitch, was very carefully bred to the top dogs in this country to produce the basis of White Magic Samoyeds.  Those dogs were Ch. Ice Way's Ice Breaker, Ch. Wolf River's Drumlin, Ch. Christori's Spendid Sparkler and Ch. Northwind's Rising Star.

I have now been breeding and showing Samoyeds for more than 35 years now.  I have been a member of the Samoyed Club of America from 1985 to 2017, 32 years of dedication to The Samoyed Breed, am applying for

Dana and Aida

Palmer Collier with Dals

my AKC Judging License and am helping local Kennel Clubs with Ring Stewarding, have judged multiple AKC Sanctioned Matches, The Northern California Samoyed Specialty Sweepstakes in 2008 and The Samoyed Club of America Futurity that was held in Des Moine Iowa in 2014 with an entry of 63 Puppies!

  I have produced Best In Show, Many Best In Specialty and Multi Group Winning Samoyeds.

Ch. White Magic's Aida, call name Aida will be twelve years old this July and she is a daughter of Ch. White Magic's Skydancer x Ch. White Magic's Houdini.

My daughter Dana enjoys showing. I co-own many of the dogs that you will see on this my web site White Magic Samoyeds with lovely families through out a lot of the northeast section.

Our litter sizes are usually around 6-8 puppies and half of these litters will go to good loving pet homes, and the other half will go to show and breeding homes.

It's really exciting to see where I started and where I am today with conscientious planning and responsible breeding.  I can thank my parents and my samoyed friends in my early years in Virginia and Maryland for so much of my experience.                                           Carrie Parma-Collier

Carrie with Shanti