I bought a Siberian Husky puppy from them in 2006 named Dakota.Husky Palace made sure I got paired with the pup I was looking for. A not talkative, active, and loving Siberian Husky puppy. They informed me with some puppies that fit the description. I ended up choosing Dakota since he was a good looking fella. Dakota and I become great pals within the first few days with him at his new house. Husky Palace checked on us to see how we were doing (I think that was a kind and loving gesture). Months passed and I will send them photos and videos of the boy! He loves to hike and snowboard. :) Years passed and we are still in contact with Husky Palace. I consider them as part of my family now. Then in 2011, Dakota was 5 years old, I wanted another dog. But I didn’t want another Siberian husky (not saying I do not love the breed). I grew up with Doberman Pinschers and wanted to add one to my family. However, before starting the hunt to look for reputable Doberman Pinscher breeders I contact Husky Palace and informed them that I am going to welcome another family member and that the new member was going to be a Doberman Pinscher. Guess what you guys!? They just started to breed Doberman Pinschers in 2010! I was so happy that the breeder of Dakota was also breeding Doberman Pinscher (only had two Dobermans for breeding). So same process as last time. I then soon got a Doberman Pinscher from them called Simba. So now I have Dakota, 11 years old, and Simba, 6 years old. They are both great pals! Even though Dakota is older but still loves playing with Simba and myself. :) After all of these years, I have nothing but good reviews about Husky Palace/Doberman Palace. Always there before getting these two pups and after. They are always asking, “How are Dakota and Simba?” or “Any new updates?”. Additionally, I never had any health issues with neither of them. No fleas, worms, genetic problems, etc. My vet is always saying they are in great health (my veterinarian and a staff have brought pups from them). I am just glad I found them! God bless.