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Siberian Husky Stud Dogs

Below is a selection of Siberian Husky stud dogs on our stud dog directory. Please use the search facility on the right to search for stud dogs or Register to advertise your stud dog(s) for free.

Kyosti Siberian Husky Stud Dog

Light grey and white with blue eyes very friendly, has floppy but that is due to he came from a litter off 14 and they use to drag him around and his muscles... (more)

Location: Gloucestershire

Stud Fee: £300

Wolf/Balto Siberian Husky Stud Dog

good with children and other animals. We have had wolf since he was 1 and also have another which is a girl, they are family pets. We have 3 children so... (more)

Location: Staffordshire

Stud Fee: £250

Kaiser Siberian Husky Stud Dog

Meet Kaiser , Hes a pure white kc registered siberian husky. He is Proven & has sired 3 stunning litters, two litters of 7 and one of eight. He Won... (more)

Location: Cheshire

Stud Fee: £175

storm Siberian Husky Stud Dog

siberian husky, stud only. beautiful dog. very gentle, loves fuss. great with children and people (including strangers). very loving. has been studded... (more)

Location: Staffordshire

Stud Fee: £200

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Finding a Siberian Husky stud dog in the UK

If you want to breed from your Siberian Husky, get her vet-checked first to rule out any genetic or health issues. Steer clear of any Siberian Husky stud dog owner who isn't honest about his weaknesses as well as his strengths. Discover the details of many stud dogs around the UK by using our online stud dog directory

Breeding the Siberian Husky

If you love your Siberian Husky bitch, you may wish to breed her. Take some time and be sure to pick a worthy stud dog. Breeding your Siberian Husky can be highly rewarding as you watch the puppies grow and start to find their feet. Five weeks in, you will notice that your Siberian Husky will be thicker around the waist; increase her feed by 25%

Breeding Siberian Husky puppies

Smaller breeds will need a heat source in the whelping box. Avoid heat lamps - use heating pads instead. For the first couple of weeks, your Siberian Husky pups will mostly just eat and sleep; your bitch will clean up after them. Do not be afraid to enquire if a prospective owner has the time and funds to look after a young Siberian Husky
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