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About breeding

All dogs used for breeding are examined in advance for hip dysplasia and hereditary eye diseases. Before the actual mating of the bitch or the mating of the male, these are presented for a breeding approval. The dogs are measured, their teeth and testicles checked and described according to the valid FCI standard. Insofar as the person entitled to breed approval notices deviations from the standard, corresponding requirements for the breeding partner can be stipulated in the breeding approval, which can even go as far as an assessment of the offspring.


In order to improve the breed type, to maintain health and a strong character, I have never spared the effort of using males from abroad for breeding.


A few years ago I built a house with integrated dog rooms. The dogs can independently enter the house from the runs into the tiled rooms.


The puppies grow up in the house. They are dewormed every 14 days and receive vaccinations against various viral diseases at the age of 6 weeks and at the age of 8 weeks. In addition, they are chipped for identification and receive a blue EU health passport.


From the age of 8 weeks, the puppies are taken care of by a breed warden of the DCNH e. V. checked and accepted. The teeth, descended testicles, the tail, the presence of an umbilical hernia, etc. are checked and, if necessary, recorded in the litter inspection report. The puppies are then released for sale. After a few weeks, the stud book office of the DCNH e. V. created pedigrees sent by the breeder to the new owners.


What do we expect from our puppy buyers?

The Siberian Husky is an affectionate, spirited pedigree dog. Ideally, you should be sporty and spare no effort in spending your free time in nature with your new partner. This can be varied, from simple walks to longer hikes to jogging and cycling.


It is ideal if you have a fenced yard where you can leave your new partner alone for a while. The garden should be fenced in to prevent it from escaping, ie buried on the ground or secured in such a way that the Siberian Husky cannot dig under the fence. The fence should be at least 5 feet high as Siberian Huskies are capable of climbing.

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