Once our huskies have reach the age of 5-6 we like to allow them to retire and find something new that they enjoy! hiking, camping, biking or even if it’s just keeping the couch warm! We consider retirement a reward for their many years of hard work as exceptional dogs. However Some of our husky heroes are available for adoption for a reason My Siberian Husky Kennels feel that our hardworking companions who are our family deserve to have the very best life possible, even after their working career! It is a difficult choice however, a very important one, we know that once our beloved family reaches a certain age, We have a responsibility and commitment to these huskies to ensure that they have a safe and enjoyable lifestyle.
Why are these huskies up for adoption?
Each story is different just like each dog! Most of our adoptable Siberian Huskies are now retired and some of the younger dogs would much rather be a couch potato then run around. Since 2000 All of Our dogs are our family and are considered working pets - not just a working dog. It is our responsibility to plan on keeping all our husky heroes for their entire lives. This is why we have a special free run "live in pen" for some of our retired dogs as well as a scheduled time to spend inside our home, In saying this, we do not wish to over populate our kennel however; it is also important for us to maintain a healthy number of capable Breeding dogs. This is why we try to find new homes for some of our dogs who would fit well into a house pet lifestyle as at My siberian husky Kennels is no longer the best home and would much rather see photos of our old friends living it up in their retirement!
What if they don't get adopted?
Good question! They stay here with us and they become the spoiled ones in a kennel of already spoiled husky heroes!
The adoption is free of charge but you may need to spay/neuter your husky if it has not already been done. For certain dogs there may be a small charge, as we actively try and preserve some husky breeds. A lot our funds are spent to help maintain breeding programs and keep these breeds alive.