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About Breezy Valley Siberians
I was raised around animals and had a passion for them since before I could walk. All through school I was rather different from the others. I always had my face in a book or on a website, researching about animals.  I always had rescue dogs and cats growing up. After graduating from High school, I had spent a lot of time researching Siberian huskies and I could not get enough. After I began College, I knew it was time for my first husky. She was (and still is) the most beautiful creature I have ever seen. I saved up all of my money for her and her care.  From that moment on, my love for the breed has grown into a life-long passion and I now share that passion with my husband, Stephen.  Stephen has been my rock and has fallen into the passion for Siberians thanks to little ol' me! Our whole world is our dogs. We love what we do and love the life we have built with our dogs. They bring us joy and could not see our lives without them in it. We make sure all of our Siberians are well cared for and loved everyday. The saying "You can never have just one" is so true! Our lives have changed so much over the years and our love for these dogs has grown exponentially and continues to grow.
Brianna & Stephen
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Email: breezyvalleysiberians@gmail.com
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Everyone loves those piercing blue eyes and that beautiful coat, but can they really handle a husky? We highly recommend doing a good bit of research prior to inquiring on any puppy. That "cute little puppy" will soon grow into a total terror if someone does not understand the breed fully. We take great pride in finding great homes for every one of our puppies and make sure each family if fully aware and has done research on the breed and are 100% ready for their new puppy.

Please read the following!

By: The Siberian Husky Club of America  

Are you interested in buying a Siberian Husky? Then, you've already heard how marvelous they are. We think you should also be told that they do have their shortcomings, and may not make the ideal pet for everyone who is attracted to them. Siberians are a gregarious lot and need the company of other dogs or of people at all times. If you work all day, or have room for only one dog . . . don't buy a Siberian.

While capable of strong affection for his family, the Siberian Husky is also very friendly with strangers. So, if you want the fierce loyalty of a one-man dog . . . don't buy a Siberian.

The Siberian Husky is not a watch dog, although those ignorant of his true nature may be frightened by his appearance. If you want a dog with aggressive guard-dog instincts . . . don't buy a Siberian.

At least once a year Siberians shed their coats. If you like fur all over the house and in the very air you breathe, then fine. If, however, you value neatness at all times, then . . . don't buy a Siberian.

Siberian Huskies have a natural proclivity for digging holes in backyards. If you take great pride in your landscaping efforts . . . don't buy a Siberian.

Of all the shortcomings to be found in Siberians, the most dangerous to the pet owner is their tremendous desire to RUN. But the very first dash that a puppy makes across the road could be his last run, anywhere. A Siberian, for his own protection, should be kept confined or under control at all times. If you are one of those people who think it is cruel to kennel a dog, or keep him confined in his own backyard . . . don't buy a Siberian.

We just happen to believe that any dog is better off in a proper kennel than running loose all over the countryside. Yes, a kennel dog is missing a lot in life: the chance to be hit by a car; the fun of being dirty, full of burrs, and loaded with worms; the opportunity of being attacked by other dogs; the joy of being sick on garbage infested with disease; the pleasure of being tormented by mean kids; the thrill of being shot in a farmyard; and finally the great comfort of never knowing where he belongs or how to behave. We don't want to see any Siberian become a TRAMP.

If you have read this far, honestly feel that you qualify on all counts, and are still determined to own a Siberian, then we take great pleasure in welcoming you to the fold. Join the rest of us in the smug complacency of knowing that we own the most beautiful, the smartest, the most nearly ideal dog in the world . . . the SIBERIAN HUSKY!

​    We make sure all of our Siberians are provided with proper Vet care & nutrition and receive lots of affection and socialization.  We feed TLC Dog & Puppy food. They also receive NuVet PLUS once a day to ensure optimum health. We do not breed for eye color but for wonderful temperaments, good structure and health. All of our puppies are raised inside of our home. 

We strive to produce beautiful, quality puppies that will not only bring us joy, but the families they share their forever home with.  Each and every puppy is handled right from birth and socialized around people and other animals once they are old enough and their immune systems have developed. I personally work on stimulating their young minds by teaching them to sit and give their paw.

We follow the Puppy Culture Protocols to get your new puppy started out the right way in life beginning with Early Neurological Stimulation.

All of our dogs are vet checked twice a year, at times more, receiving any vaccinations and check-ups they need by Dr. Kathryn Kropp, VMD of Companion Animal Hospital,.. Our dogs are also checked by our Ophthalmologist to clear them of any hereditary eye defects.

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