Welcome to Aleutian Siberians
At Aleutian Siberians we strive to maintain the beauty, structure and the effortless movement the Siberian Husky was bred for. We are a small conformation kennel established in the fall of 2005.
All of our dogs are cleared of hereditary disorders before they are considered for breeding through the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA), and Canine Eye Registration (CERF). We occasionally have puppies available to approved pet and show homes. All puppies are whelped and raised in our house and well socialized before they are placed into their forever homes.
My love for the Siberian Husky started as a child. His effortless movement, free spirited nature, and beautiful wolf like appearance captivated me. I knew someday I would own such a magnificent animal. That day came shortly after marrying my husband. We welcomed a gray/white, brown eyed, seven week old male puppy into our home and lives. Training him was challenging because he was not properly socialized and had never been indoors, but with patience and determination Aleutian became, and still is, a great pet and furry son. He is also a wonderful teacher and extremely helpful when it comes to training new furry family members.
After breeding my first litter I realized training a puppy starts while still in the whelping box. Early socializing with other dogs and people is key for the puppies social development. Crate training the puppy months before he goes into his new forever home will make potty training much easier.
Aleutian is the inspiration for our kennel name. He has brought much joy to our lives and stolen our heart. He was neutered at 6 months old but we had no intention of showing or breeding him.
Competing in AKC conformation events was another dream of mine, exhibiting quality animals was something I fell in love with as a young child when my mother took me to my first show. She showed, bred and imported German Shepherds for many years, but took a long break from showing after having my brother and I. Sadly, she would never again step foot into the show ring. She became ill with Lupus and passed away 11 years ago. I hope when I'm in the ring showing, my mother is smiling, and happy to know I followed in her foot steps.