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Husky Palace’s Apollo god of the Sun’s Information:

Weight: 53 lbs

Height: 23 inches

Type of Coat: Plush

Color: Black/white (diluted)

Eye Color: Blue

About Apollo:

I have less energy than a traditional Siberian Husky. I am not an alpha or submissive. I will lead or follow. Whatever is necessary. 💛 I have met other Huskies and a German Shepherd. I enjoy wrestling with other doggies. Tag is cool but I’d rather stay in one spot. I enjoy treats. Meat flavors are my favorite. I am house-trained, crate-trained, and walk well on a leash. I am a friendly, alert, intelligent, outgoing, agile, confident, calm, kind, and trusting dog.

Health Exams:

  • Checked by the vet: Healthy

  • Family Members ( 4 exams):

      • 3 family members with OFA Eye Exam (Normal).
      • 1 family member with OFA Hip Exam (Good).

Fun Facts:

  • 7th generation of Husky Palace’s Bloodlines

  • Award: The Sweetest Male of the Sanford, NC Pack

  • He has not been introduced to cats. Therefore unsure how he will react to one.


The requirement to buy a puppy from us is having knowledge about the breed, filled out the questionnaire, and also read the pages under the Resources tab of “Before Buying a Puppy from Us”.

Q: Do you guys require an appointment to see the puppies?

A: Yes, Husky Palace/Doberman Palace does require you guys to make an appointment. No walk-ins. Some people make an appointment a week or a day in advance. However, some people have called in the morning and are able to come that same afternoon. We are normally available all day (yes, you can even come at 10 pm if you have to).

For Anderson, SC we are available from Monday to Thursday and Saturday. We are not available on Friday nor Sunday. We do not schedule an appointment before 1 pm.

For Sanford, NC we are available any day.


“Petting, scratching, and cuddling a dog could be as soothing to the mind and heart as deep meditation and almost as good for the soul as prayer.” – Dean Koontz