Siberian Pride Kennels

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All our puppies have new homes, thank you!
    - Last updated 5/2/2011.

Welcome to Siberian Pride Kennels. We have been raising Siberian Huskies since July 2008. Our first experience with a Siberian Husky was a rescued female that we brought into our home. It was from this point on that we knew we were in love with this type of dog. We've wanted to be Husky breeders ever since.

These beautiful, kind, loving dogs make wonderful pets, but they are not for everyone. Siberian Huskies require a lot of work and attention. We want to make sure every puppy goes to a happy and prepared home. Many Siberian Huskies show up at a shelter or end up mistreated because their owners did not research or prepare for them prior to owning them. We've learned that and would love to help you become a happy owner of your own AKC Siberian Husky. See more about us here, or contact us at info@siberianpride.com today!

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An Introduction to the Siberian Husky

The Siberian Husky is a pure breed. Some people believe them to be a wild, half-wolf breaded dog, but this is not the case. Siberian Huskies came from Northeastern Asia, Siberia and was created by the Chukchi tribe for a perfect sled dog, able to work on little food, lots of water and to be very strong. In 1909 these dogs were brought to Alaska to be sled dogs for long-distance races. Siberian Huskies made an impression on the Alaskan Dog sled owners. Leonhard Seppala brought his team of Siberian Husky and helped show the world the elite ability of the Siberian Husky, later to be accepted in to the AKC in 1930. He founded the Siberian Husky Club of American in 1938.

The Siberian Husky is very affectionate, alert and hyperactive and can bring a challenge to any family. While the Siberian Husky shows strong love for their family, they are not a one-man dog. Siberian Huskies have "never met a stranger" and greet everyone as a guest! They are very friendly to people of all ages and show friendly interest in fellow dogs.