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Thank you for visiting our web site! We are striving for the not just sound, but good moving dogs, with appropriate size, type and most of all temperament! Our dogs are bred to show, but they have to be family dogs too. All our gang plays in the yard together (well, except those in season) and dog aggression is not tolerated. We don't breed for money, or for other people, just to try to find the elusive better show dog for ourselves. We also try to educate anyone who wants to know more about Siberians and always have room for one more local rescue.
I got my first Siberian Husky "Lightning" with my Mom "Linda" in 1989. I was 11 at the time and wanted to start showing. Lightning and I learned a lot together and he was a great starter dog. Unfortunately, he also had some hereditary defects so we stopped showing him. The next few years we finished some dogs with the help of professional handlers until I gained enough proficiency to be able to be a competitive owner-handler. We finished our first homebred champion "Carbon" with all of his points from the bred by exhibitor class!
We live between Corvallis and Albany, Oregon in the beautiful Willamette Valley so our dogs have fresh healthy skin from all the mud baths. We are mostly into showing, although we do work our dogs in harness. Just for fun for the time being, there are only so many hours in a day! We love traveling to dog shows all around the country, we have met many wonderful people who share our love for the breed and all dogs. We raise a litter about once a year in hopes for a new show dog. We usually keep two puppies out of each litter so each dog has a pair and there is a pretty good mix of red, black and gray. We used to be a normal family, but now we have kennels, dog toys, a favorite vet, an eye vet, an OFA vet, a house in the country, cyclone fencing aplenty, and many new dog friends from all over. Well, now that everyone has been introduced, oh sorry, your name was? Hmmm, and you're from where? Neat! Now as I was saying, have fun poking around the Web site, don't worry, it won't hurt.