Husky Palace has decided to keep track of the colors, health of the pups, and where the pup lives.
As you may have noticed on the website, Husky Palace is a family of 2 Siberian Husky breeders located in the Carolinas. The breeder in Anderson, SC also breeds Doberman Pinschers. I will specify the stats for each breed and location.
Health of the Pups:
The parasites include the roundworm, hookworm, tapeworm, giardia, coccidia. The following information is true for both locations.
No case of fleas & never had
No case of ticks & never had
No case of parvo & never had
Unfortunately, since we helped out a Siberian Husky breeder in NC who passed away by taking in their dogs (some were rehomed, others taken to the rescue, and others we kept). When we brought their babies home we noticed they were infested with lice (first time we ever seen canine lice). We immediately provided them K9 Advantix II and took them bath with special shampoos. Since, the youngest a dog can be to receive the first dosage of K9 Advantix II is 7 weeks old, our puppies got lice. Some of our babies in 2020 went to their new home with dying lice (the treatment was already given. Families just needed to wait for it to finish the job). We never had lice before this and now we are experts on killing these parasites 😂. It was a rough year. This affected our Siberian Huskies in both locations. For our Dobermans they did not have this. Double coats breeds, Siberian Huskies, are harder to prevent and treat this issues since the treatment sometimes does not penetrate the skin and fur effectively. Even with this said, K9 Advantix II is the flea prevention we highly recommend for the Siberian Husky breed. For Dobermans we prefer the Seresto collar.
97.3% of our Siberian Huskies went home worm-free.
7 pups went to their forever homes with a parasite. These seven had giardia, whip worms (first time), hookworms (first time), or coccidia.
96.9% of our European Doberman Pinschers went home worm free.
Only 1 pup went to his forever home with a parasite. This pup had giardia.
Siberian Huskies In Anderson, SC:
As seen in Figure 1.1, Anderson, SC, #1 color is black/whites in 2020 with 43.0%.
The following is the break down for the other colors of the pups in Anderson, SC:
#2: Red/white Siberian Huskies: 20.7%
#3: Copper Siberian Huskies (rare): 12.6%
#4: Agouti Siberian Huskies (rare) : 10.3%
#5: Whites (this includes whites and solid whites) Siberian Huskies: 8.4%
#6: Gray/white Siberian Huskies: 750%
Anderson, SC did not have any solid black Siberian Husky puppies in the year 2020.
Siberian Huskies In Sanford, NC:
As seen in Figure 1.2, Sanford, NC, #1 color is black/whites in 2020 with 43.9%.
The following is the break down for the other colors of the pups in Sanford, NC:
#2: Copper Siberian Huskies (rare): 17.0%
#3: Whites (this includes whites and solid whites) Siberian Huskies: 14.1%
#4: Gray/white Siberian Huskies: 8.8%
#4: Agouti and Red/white Siberian Huskies: 7.6%
#5: Solid Black Siberian Huskies (extremely rare): 1.0%
Sanford, NC had all the Siberian Husky colors in 2020! Way to go!
As shown in Figure 1.3, our #1 color & gender is red/rust female in 2020 with 34.4%.
The following is the break down for the other colors and gender of the pups:
#2: Black/rust male Doberman Pinschers: 31.3%
#3: Red/rust male Doberman Pinschers: 18.7%
#4: Black/rust female Doberman Pinschers: 15.6%
States Where Husky Palace's Pups Live
This is for both breeds, Siberian Huskies, and Doberman Pinschers.
In 2020, 27.8% of our pups went to North Carolina (NC). Therefore NC is the state where the majority of our pups went to.
The following is the break down for the other states our pups live:
We did not have any pups who live in the following states in 2020:
21 Siberian Huskies were returned.
4 Doberman Pinchers were returned
The majority of these families who return one of our babies were because they thought having a puppy was going to be easy. Having a puppy is not easy. It requires a lot of time, money, and patience.
The other family reason was the following:
The neighborhood of a Doberman family was forced to bring back the boy to us since he was an “aggressive breed”. The neighborhood did not feel safe. No such thing as an aggressive breed and Dobermans are super sweet but okay.
One can easily see the difference in rehoming breeds. Many families who are interested in a Siberian Husky do not know how much exercise they require. If they do not get this exercise they will destroy your house. That simple. One must be ready and prepared to fulfill Husky’s exercise requirement.
Now imagine if we, Husky Palace, are not strict with our puppies. That we allow them to go with any family. How many poor babies will be returned back to us?
Families Not Approved:
217 families were not approved in the year 2020.
As mentioned earlier, we are strict with our babies. We are not going to allow any family to adopt of our puppies. This is a two way street. You pick the breeder and the breeder picks you. Both parties must be in an agreement.
We will not state our requirements on the website to obtain one of our babies. Why? Because people have lied and will lie on the questionnaire. However I will mention one reason (top 3 reason) why families were not approved. Breeding. Our pups are strictly pet only as mentioned all over the website.
Families can be approved and later not approved. This has happen before (2 times in 2020). Since details were not adding up. When confronted with these details they started to insult and use vulgar language. If we do not feel comfortable before or during the process we will simply not allow you to adopt one of our pups. Us allowing you to adopt of one our puppies equals being part of our family.
Families Who Got More Than 1 pup from Husky Palace:
18 families decided they wanted another fur-member and proceeded with us. :)
I hope you enjoyed the 2020 statistics of Husky Palace.
As always, God bless and Go Tigers!
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By HuskyPalace|2022-02-12T00:05:31+00:00March 30th, 2021|Statistics|Comments Off on 2020 Statistics of Husky Palace