Frequently Asked Questions

 If you still have questions feel free to contact me.

A: I prefer all my pups go to pet homes, and I give pet homes priority. Co ownership (with breeding rights) may be available on select puppies. This will involve an in depth application and interview process.

A: AKC, UKC, CKC ,APRI, ACA, are dog registries. They simply keep track of your dogs lineage (pedigree). A pedigree proves your dog is pure bred, and gives info on past generations to help breeders better understand their dogs lines and genetics. Some kennel clubs put on dog shows, agility trials, etc. AKC is the oldest registry and most known in the United States. CKC is newer and is still an open registry. As more and more breeders dual and triple register dogs, you can find more and more dogs with AKC based pedigrees in other registries. For example, Tyrion is AKC and CKC registered.   ALL registries can be scammed. There are cases all the time where AKC is revoking registrations because breeders lie about the sire or dam, use unused puppy registrations to registers unregistered dogs, even listing dead dogs as parents to forge AKC paperwork and registration. So my point is this, a registry is ONLY as reputable as the breeder using it! A dog registry does not ensure health, temperament, and they are not the dog police.   They make money registering dogs, that’s it.

A: No, not at this time.

A: No. Deposits are non refundable (but transferable). We do not breed for eye color and do not make guarantees based on eye color even in older pups. If you only want a husky because it has blue eyes I suggest you find a different breeder.

A: Absolutely not and anyone who does is scamming you. There are NO rare coat colors, eye colors and one gender is not worth more than the other!

A: YES! Our pups see our vet at any indication there is a problem.  They ALL see the vet between 7 1/2 and 8 weeks for a hands on vet check, 8 week shots and a fecal exam.  We do not allow our pups to leave without first being checked by our vet.  All records and proof of visit go home with your puppy.

A: NEVER! Our pups stay here with us for 8 weeks before going to their forever home. We breed, whelp, raise and find homes for all our pups ourselves! Rest assured that when you talk to me you are talking to the person who has invested all her time in her pups and stays with them throughout the first 2 months of their life. We are committed to raising our puppies and finding them good homes. We do not use a broker or sell to pet stores.  We do not have multiple locations, unseen partners, or house our dogs off site.

A: I refuse to bash other breeders. With that being said there are many shady breeders statewide and nationwide who embellish, exaggerate, and lie about their dogs, their lines, how their dogs are raised and their program. They also use photos and video to hide how their puppies are raised. I advise you to ask questions, and more questions. If claims are made on lines (Champion lines, Ch parents, Showing, Working, Service dogs, Genetic test, etc) ask for proof!  If you don’t feel comfortable, don’t put down a deposit!

A: As stated in our contract we must be contact if you ca no longer care for your puppy. We will either help you find him/her a home or we will take the puppy back! Puppies are NEVER to be surrendered to a shelter or rescue!

A: I really encourage you to research the Siberian Husky, they have a fascinating history. Here is my quick version. The Siberian Husky was originally brought to this country by Leonhard Seppala, and were bred to work/pull sleds.  As time went on the breed split between the Show standard and the Working dogs.  A select group of breeders worked hard to maintain breeding dogs that could excel at racing/pulling while maintaining the standard and lines set by Leonhard Seppala. Those huskies become known as Seppalas.  They are still registered as Siberian Huskies but there is a movement within the community to try to create a separate breed and a separate breed standard for high content Seppala Siberian Huskies.  For a more in depth history of Seppala Siberians, please visit or

A: All my pack members have very agreeable temperaments. While their personalities differ, they all have very even temperaments. Our puppies all go though age appropriate socialization and enrichment activities. All of our Puppies are raised with Puppy Culture. We do extensive enrichment activities, as well as potty box training, clicker training, crate conditioning, as well as manding. We also do in depth socialize and play “games” that help with resource guarding (food, toys, etc). It is up to you to continue to socialize and train your pup.  We recommend all puppies continue Puppy Culture and or attend a puppy class.

A: Balto was neutered and never sired a litter. All of our dogs are related to Togo but that is nothing special. Togo was a foundation dog and he can be found in most Siberian’s pedigree. It is more uncommon to not have him in your pedigree then to have him.

A: All of our dogs are up to date on vaccinations and have regular vet check ups.  At the time of breeding our dogs have no known signs of illness or disease. I would never knowing breed dogs that were sick or that I knew had issues in their lines. At this time our dogs are not ofa tested. I am on the fence about it because ofa testing it not a guarantee that your dog does not carry the genes, it just shows they are not currently showing signs or symptoms of that illness.


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