A Cheyennes’ breeding program is not the best in the country, a zoo spokesperson told the BBC.
The Cheyens in Wyoming were moved from their native habitat in Wyoming, and are now living in the city of Grand Forks, North Dakota, which is one of the US’s most expensive and most famous tourist attractions.
They were given a new home last year and are currently being bred there.
The zoo says the new home has some of the best conditions in the world, with a natural spring that feeds into the pool.
The Cheys have been kept in isolation for more than 40 years and are still breeding.
The current population is about 200, but some experts believe it could be even higher.
But the Cheyen breeders say the conditions are better than most.
“The conditions are fantastic,” said Vicki Cottrell, the head breeder.
We do everything possible to make sure the dogs are healthy and thrive, she said.
She said they have been in a breeding program since 1978, when the Cheys were born on the wild Cheyena population in Wyoming.
There have been three births in Wyoming so far this year.
Cheyenne’s breeders have been trying to find a new homeland for the Cheyanas for more of the past 40 years.
In 1995, they moved the breed to Canada.
But they say that in 2018, they had a bad case of the flu and were put into quarantine.
The Cheyans have now been put into a breeding facility in Grand Fork.
They are now breeding there, but only because they were already in the breeding program in Wyoming in 2018.
“They are really very close to us here in Wyoming and we love the fact that we have been able to keep them in our breeding program,” Ms Cottrel said.
“We do our best to keep the dogs healthy and healthy and they are very healthy.
Vicki Cotrell is the Cheya breeder and says the conditions in Wyoming are better for the breed than anywhere else.
“The Cheyan is a very healthy breed and they look great,” she said, adding that they are a very popular breed in the region.
Vickie Cottrill and her husband, Chuck Cottroll, say that there are better breeding programs in the United States.
And now the Cheylas are in Grand forks and are expected to make their way to Yellowstone National Park, the first park in the west.
Some of the other Cheyenes, including one from Yellowstone, are in Utah and Canada.
The new breeders hope to move the Cheyxas to Yellowstone soon, but the breeder is worried about the weather.”
We are really concerned about that weather, we have not had much rain in Wyoming this winter,” Vicki said.”
There is a lot of snow in the area, but it is really difficult to get a good temperature in Wyoming.
They will come back if they feel they have a need for us, but they will not leave if they are not being cared for,” she added.