We are located in Northeast Oregon. We got our first Siberian Husky pet in 1983. We were hoping she would be of show/breeding quality, but before we could have her evaluated, she was tragically killed.
Susan caught the dog show bug in the 1970's as a teenager. Gary is just now experiencing the dog show world, and running dogs..
We have no children together, so our dogs are considered our kids. They take turns in the house, go on vacation and go for rides. They have "parties" on their birthdays and receive presents on Christmas. They go to see Santa at Christmas and have their pictures taken. They are first and foremost our children, and their show careers are secondary to being companions. Our breeding program is limited by the number of Siberians we feel we can accomodate in this fashion.
We have had Siberians since 1983, and bred our first litter in 2002., Our short term goal of breeding our own champion has been accomplished and exceeded with multi Best of Breed and Group Placing dogs from our first two litters. We strive for excellence in health and temperament, and use only dogs that we feel could enhance the breed in general. We are now working on earning sled dog titles on our dogs. Our current goal is to produce dogs pretty enough to win in the show ring, but built well enough to spend the day out on the trail. We strive for properly proportioned dogs that have correct breed type.
Former members of Lower Columbia Siberian Husky Club
Sasha, our first SIberian 1983
Our Foundation bitch CH Kossok's She's Snow Blonde "Shasta" at 6 months
Our Foundation bitch CH Kossok's Flamenco Dancer "Lola" at 15 months
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