Andi, the first of our Huskies, is the alpha female. She's blue eyed, wooly coated and loves snow and cold. She is exactly what most people picture when they think Husky.
Dani is a rare blue eyed, wooly coated, all white Isabella Siberian. She is our best breeder and loves playing outside and digging holes in the snow and ground. She and Andi are good "talkers" especially at feeding time.
Caoimhe ("key-vuh") is the daughter of Dani and Wolfi and a first generation Pomsky born on St. Patrick's Day. She lives up to her name which means beautiful or graceful in Gaelic. Tom is training her to be an office dog; all his human co-workers approve
Wolfie is a hard to find wolf sable Pomeranian. He possess long, luxurious fur that only needs infrequent grooming. He's very sweet and a classic lap dog
Sasha is a long furred biscuit colored Pomeranian who also looks great with a puppy cut grooming. He is very ambitious about being the pack alpha but his size makes it easy for the other dogs to disregard his goals
Theo, aka Dingle, is a black and white Pomeranian, loves to travel and currently living in the big city of Boston with Stephanie. He is super cute and snuggly but holds his own with the bigger dogs on his frequent visits
After a ton of study and learning way too much about canine genetics, we set out to breed beautiful family pets. While crossing dogs as different as Huskies and Poms provides no guarantees, we've selected special characteristics to improve the likelihood of breeding the perfect pomsky. These include:
We take this so seriously that we'll provide the full gene assay with each dog sold
We live on nearly a dozen acres in the woods of NH; we have more bears and moose in our yard than travelling salesman. We fenced in about an acre of lawn, woods and shrub to help ensure that our dogs live close to nature while also being great house pets. It's awesome to watch them learn to hunt (Siberians can stare up a tree for hours), dig (did you know that Huskies will carve out an underground den in Siberia), experience their first snow fall and figure out pack hierarchy with each new member of the family
Good genes are critical, time outdoors is essential, but we are breeding the perfect family pet. We spoil our dogs with love. They live with us, sleep on our beds, travel with us and even join us for ice cream at the local fish fry place.
We handle our dogs all the time and a number of our pups over the years have even been recommended as therapy dogs.
Nature or Nurture? For us it's both! We are doing everything within our control to breed the most ideal version of Man's and Woman's Best Friend