TAKANNI’S DESCRIPTION

  • Weight: 50 lbs

  • Height: 22 inches

  • Type of Coat: Plush

  • Color: Black/white (diluted)

  • Color of Eyes: Blue

TEMPERAMENT:

  • Alert

  • Active

  • Affectionate

  • Agile

  • Friendly

  • Intelligent

  • Joyful

  • Lively

  • Gentle

HEALTH EXAM(S):

  • Checked by the vet: Healthy

  • Within her bloodlines, we have found 4 dogs with OFA exams. Below is the breakdown of those exams:

      • 1 family member with OFA Eye Exam (Normal).
      • 4 family members with OFA Hip Exam (good – no signs of hip dysplasia)
      • 2 family members with OFA Elbow (Normal)

OTHER INFO:

  • Award: The Velcro Dog of The Pack

  • We have been breeding her bloodlines since 2019.

  • Training: Houe trained, crate trained, does not jump on people, “Vamonos” and “Sit”. Knows how to use a doggie door.

  • She must always be next to us. When she walks on a leash she wants to have her body against her leg.

  • She lifts her leg to pee. Instead of peeing like a “normal” female.

  • She is the only female who does not allow other people to get near her newborn babies. She allows my mother and myself to grab her pups.

  • She is a non-talker. Not the typical Husky who will talk to you. She will howl sometimes.

  • She has less energy than a typical Husky.

FAMILY MEMERB(S) OF TAKANNI

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: Would you take back a dog if I could no longer keep the dog for whatever reason?

A: Of course! One of the paragraphs in our guarantee is regarding returns. The adopter, you, must return the puppy to us, Husky Palace, if you no longer can care for the pup for whatever reason, no exceptions. Any Husky Palace or Doberman Palace pup is always welcome back. We will find the pup/dog a new caring home where the new parents must have had a Siberian Husky or Doberman Pinscher before or at the moment.

Quote:

“A dog may be man’s best friend, but a child’s best friend is a puppy.” – Unknown