Get the Full Experience:

You may click on a photo of Michaela for an enlarged version. You can also share the Siberian Husky photos on your social media! Don’t forget to tag us. Our Social media name is @huskypalace

Michaela’s Information:

Weight: 46 lbs

Height: 20 inches

Type of Coat: Plush

Color: Solid Black (extremely rare)

Eye Color: Blue


  • Active
  • Affectionate
  • Agile
  • Friendly
  • Intelligent
  • Joyful
  • Outgoing
  • Playful
  • Lively
  • Gentle

Health Exams:

  • Check by the vet: Healthy
  • Family Members (2 health exams):
    • Hips: 1 family relatives with OFA Hip exam (good).
    • Eyes: 2 family relatives with OFA Eyes exam (Normal).

Fun Facts:

  • Average bloodline’s weight: 45 lbs
  • The combination of her coat color, type of coat, and eye color is extremely rare!
  • If you carry Michaela, she will just look around. You can do a barbell overhead press with her. She won’t move. Just depends if you can lift her up.
  • She loves to steal stuff. She does not break the item she stole. She just loves to show everyone what she has stolen. Then proceed to drop it in the front yard and steal another item.
  • Award: The sweetest Siberian Husky we ever had!


Husky For Sale
Learn About The Aunt!
Husky For Sale
Learn About The Cousin!


Husky For Sale

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

Q: Are you a commercial dog breeder?

A: No, we are not commercial breeders and refuse to become one. In order to become a commercial breeder, you must have at least 30 breeding dogs. Being a commercial breeder is just a “fancier” way of being a puppy mill. These breeders will be checked once by the animal control every year. Commercial breeders are establishments of large-scale facilities where dogs are confined in extremely small kennels with little to no exercise or positive human contact. The purpose of a commercial breeder (puppy mill) is to sell the pups for profit through retail pet stores or/and brokers.

See The Other Parents!