What are our purchasing requirements to purchase a puppy from us, Husky Palace?
- The purchaser must be educated about the breed. Our breed characteristics page is a good place to start.
- The potential parent(s) must fill out the questionnaire/answer all our questions.
- The potential parent(s) can not have any animal or child abuse history.
- We are very proud of both the quality our dogs, and the quality of the homes into which they are placed. We place our pet pups only with loving, caring families that have been educated about all aspects of the breed. Potential buyers must be willing to train and take responsibility for their puppy. Provide a clean, happy, healthy and permanent home, preferably with a securely fenced yard. All family members must be in agreement about the decision to adopt a puppy and adhere to our purchasing policies. Above all, the puppy must be a part of the family and be treated accordingly.
- We’re happy to provide any advice and support that may be needed as you adjust to life with your new family member, and we enjoy staying in touch with our pups and their new families. We require that pet owners update us at least once per year on progress and any health or behavioral concerns, preferably with pictures. We’ve provided information on our Info page for assistance with housebreaking on our breed traits page.
- We sincerely hope that all of our puppy placements are permanent, but in the unfortunate event that the new owners are unable to keep it, we require that the dog/puppy be returned to us at the owner’s expense, or that we assist in finding a suitable home. However, our dogs/puppies should not be resold or surrendered to an animal shelter.
How should I inquire about a puppy?
An email or call or text would be wonderful. However, please tell us a little about yourself. We, so often, receive messages that simply say – “How much are gray males running?” Please provide the puppy’s name or a least the breed you are interested in, information about where you live, why you want a Siberian Husky/Doberman/AKK, and what your plans are for raising your puppy.