We have been raising dogs for over 25 years
Located 3000 miles north of Nome, Alaska. Our dogs have great personalities and love to go running with my husband, playing with the kids and enjoying my attention to them.
- All of our dogs are housed in heated and air conditioned kennels, with 24/7 maid-care!
- They are let out of their pens at least twice daily for fun and exercise in their large play area.
We guarantee your puppy for ten days from the date you take it home against any communicable disease, and for one year against any hereditary and congenital defects. Our puppies are very socialized, and are ready to go to their new homes at 8 weeks of age. By this time they will have had:
- Dewclaws removed.
- Been dewormed at least three times.
- Had 2 combination puppy vaccinations.
We have puppies nearly all year long. Give us a call and arrange for a visit.
Shipping is available; however, we much prefer new owners to get "their pick of the litter," see the parents, and visit our facility. Microchipping is available.
We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to own a well bred puppy. We abide by the AKC rules and standards, and register with the AKC. We buy the best breeding stock available anywhere. All our dogs are healthy, have wonderful temperaments and are great for pets; some are show quality.
The Siberian Husky, a moderately compact northern dog breed, combines endurance, speed and strength in a way that enables it to carry light loads for long distances at good speed. Agile and quick, with an effortless, smooth gait. This dog breed can have varying eye color; brown and blue are predominant, sometimes one of each. Gentle and friendly, highly intelligent but often stubborn, the Siberian Husky makes a great companion for the whole family if properly trained. The Siberian Husky is very friendly and gentle. This dog breed is not overly aggressive with other dogs nor suspicious of strangers. Siberian-Huskies have a straight and smooth outer coat and a soft and dense undercoat. Regular brushing is required, particularly during the shedding season.
A serious hobby breeder will usually belong to a breed club, be involved in showing dogs, present a clean environment with healthy, well-socialized puppies, be at least as interested in your qualifications to be an owner as you are in the breeder, give you a record of dates and types of inoculations and worming and insist that you take the pup to a vet for a check-up and to continue with inoculations, give you written instructions on feeding, training and care, provide a pedigree and registration application form; provide references; provide a written contract with conditions of sale and warranty; and assure you that the relationship between you and the breeder is a continuing one.
Give us a call!