TWO MOON'S SIBERIANS - overview
About TWO MOON'S SIBERIANS
Our current litter of Siberian Huskys
- Status: Available
- Gender: Male
- Price: $850.00
- Mother: Ta-Ho-Vit Arena Tash-Hi
- Father: Ah-He-Ki Mahay Storm Warrior
Our female "Ta-Ho-Vit Arena Tash-Hi" Granddaughter of Ch. Lakmat's Bourbon and our male "Ah-He-Ki Mahay Storm Warrior" Great Grandson of Ch.The Monarch have a new litter.
Pups for sale -
1 MALE & 1 FEMALE White, 1 MALE & 4 FEMALES Gray,Silver.. All have blue eyes
3 are LEFT
Price $850.ea. cash,checks,credit cards or paypal(+fees) Active duty military discount.I sell on a first come first serve bases and provide services in order of deposit received.
We provide nothing but the best for our little ones, Home family environment raised with lots of TLC- Not A Puppy Mill.. We produce Top quality, Happy, Loving, Healthy puppies.
All my pups come with full registration, current shots, dewormed, some potty & crate training, puppy starter kit. I like to meet each family personally, so I do not ship my pups. I may travel time to time to deliver with additional travel fee expenses.
Sincerely, Two Moon's Saudi Siberians
PUPPY STARTER KIT consist of:..Food, Toy, Id, Info., Literature and more!
Thank you for your interest in "Saudi Siberians", I have been raising top quality Siberians Huskies since 1983. Our family started with Siberian Huskies by saving a wonderful beautiful Red & White 5 year old from the animal shelter we named her "Shady", just for a family pet. We fell in love with her beauty, temperment and personality so much, that in time we decided to get her a friend "Sheba", we came across her by an ad in the newspaper that she needed rescuing, again beauty to our eyes, a 3 year old silver female. A year later out of the blue we received a phone call that someone could not keep their male, of course we already had the itch, so we couldn't refuse, well "Bullet" fitted right in. Meaning with-in that year we started having pups.
In memory of Shady's & Sheba's passing we then invested in purchasing our first AKC pup.“Mascara on White Frost”. Which now time tells it all and here we are today.
Under a family home environment, I occasionally sell pups and provide stud service. I do inbreeding (line) and outbreeding. Our line originated from an offspring descendant of "Ch. Banner Boy" that is from the Frosty Aire's kennel back in 1960.
Their history info. is in the original hardback book "This Is The Siberian Husky" published 1974 by Joan McDonald Brearley in 2008 we expaned to Echo Call's line.
I don't advertise or collect deposits for pups that I do not exspect to have on hand. I solely raise "Siberian Huskies" I can guarantee the pureness and have no false pedigrees of Malamutes, Akitas, or Wolf-hybrids having the possibility of any mixture while living together, and registering as pure breed Siberian Huskies.
My Pups will have full registration. Parents DNA on file. I like to meet each family personally, so I do not ship my pups. I may travel within California time to time with additional travel fee expenses.
Sincerely, Two Moon Siberians
KENNEL LICENSE : DRA#KR91767
About The Breed: Siberian Husky
The Siberian Husky is widely believed to have originated exclusively with the Coastal Chukchi tribes of the east-Siberian peninsula. There is evidence, however, that Siberian dogs were also imported from the Koryak and Kamchadal tribes. Recent DNA analysis confirms that this is one of the oldest breeds of dog. Dogs from the Anadyr River and surrounding regions were imported into Alaska from 1908 (and for the next two decades) during the gold rush for use as sleddogs, especially in the All-Alaska Sweepstakes (AAS), a 408 mile (657 km) distance dogsled race from Nome to Candle and back. Smaller, faster and more enduring than the 100 to 120 pound (45 to 54 kg) freighting dogs then in general use, they immediately dominated the Nome Sweepstakes.
Seven-week-old SiberianLeonhard Seppala, a Norwegian fisherman turned gold miner, became involved with Siberian dogs when he was asked by his employer to train a group of females and pups for the 1914 AAS. After a poor start his first year, Seppala dominated the races thereafter. In 1925 he was a key figure in the 1925 serum run to Nome which delivered diphtheria serum from Nenana by dogsled after the city was stricken by an epidemic. The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race commemorates this famous delivery. The following year two groups of Seppala’s dogs toured the USA, starting a mania for sleddogs and dogsled racing, particularly in the New England states.
In 1930 the last Siberians were exported as the Soviet government closed the borders of Siberia to external trade. The same year saw recognition of the Siberian Husky by the American Kennel Club. Nine years later the breed was first registered in Canada. Today’s Siberian Huskies registered in North America are largely the descendants of the 1930 Siberia imports and of Leonhard Seppala’s dogs. Description
A working dog breed that originated in eastern Siberia, the Siberian Husky is a somewhat lupine, medium-sized dog, 25 to 55 pounds (16 to 27 kg) in weight, 20 to 23.5 inches (51 to 60 cm) in height, originally bred by the Chukchi tribes for use as a village dog, herding the reindeer, pulling sledges, and keeping the children warm.
Siberians have a thicker coat than most other breeds of dog. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns, usually with white paws and legs, facial markings, and tail tip. The most common colors are black and white, grey and white, copper-red and white, and pure white, though many individuals have brown, reddish, or biscuit shadings and some are piebald spotted. Striking masks, spectacles, and other facial markings occur in wide variety. They have a wolf-like appearance, albeit smaller and with less shaggy fur.
The dogs eyes are brown, hazel, or blue. Light blue eye colour is characteristic but not completely dominant. The breed may have one eye brown or hazel and the other blue, called "bi-eyed" or may have blue and another colour mixed in the iris of one or both eyes; this latter trait, heterochromia, is called "parti-eyed" by Siberian enthusiasts. This is one of the few breeds for which different-colored eyes are allowed in the show ring. The Siberian Husky is one of the few dog breeds where blue eyes are common.
Its ears are triangular, well-furred, medium-sized, and erect; its fox-like brush tail is carried in a sickle curve over the back.
The Siberian Husky's coat consists of two layers, a dense, cashmere-like undercoat and a longer coarser topcoat consisting of short, straight guard hairs. Siberians only shed their undercoat once a year; the process is commonly referred to as blowing their coat. Dogs that live primarily indoors often will not shed year round, so the shedding is less profuse. Otherwise, grooming is minimal; bathing is normally unnecessary as the coat sheds dirt. Also, it is not uncommon for a dog of this breed to groom itself carefully in much the same way one might expect of cats. Well and healthy Siberians have little odor. Their ears are amazingly soft and they have very good hearing. General Information
Siberians are normally rather healthy dogs, living typically from eleven to fifteen years of age. Health issues in the breed are eye troubles (cataracts, glaucoma, and corneal dystrophy among others), allergies, and cancer in older animals. Hip dysplasia occurs but is not a major concern in the breed. This breed needs a high-quality diet with high levels of protein and fat, particularly when used for dogsledding. That said, Siberian Huskies are fuel-efficient dogs, consuming less food than other dogs of similar size and activity level. The diet must be adjusted to their level of work and exercise; obesity can be a problem for underexercised, overfed pets. Physicality
21 to 23 1/2 inches (male); 20 to 22 inches (female). Personality
Popular as family pets and as show dogs due to their striking appearance and gentle temperament, Siberians have certain drawbacks. Although they have a wolf-like appearance, Huskies can be extremely affectionate, curious, and welcoming to people, which means they rarely hurt humans (but have killed small children on occasion), making them poor guard dogs. Properly socialized Siberians are often quite gentle with children, although no dog, including Siberians, should be left unsupervised with small children. Siberian Huskies can be challenging to train due to their stubborn nature and will generally only perform tasks once they see the point behind it. Proper training requires a lot of persistence and patience on behalf of the trainer. Siberian Huskies are not generally recommended for first time dog owners, as their strong will and desire to run are difficult to manage without the right knowledge. Siberian Huskies have strong running instincts and therefore as a general rule of thumb should NEVER be left to run free off-lead for their own safety. Talents and Skills
Sledding, carting, and racing.
Welcoming a Siberian Husky
Siberian Husky Breeders
- Dee Roybal
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REFFERAL BOOKS AND INFO. ON SIB. HUSKIES By Two
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