Honoring the originality of the Siberian Husky, we don't just strive to retain an immense level of intelligence, eminent endurance, or inconceivable longevity within our lines, we are also committed to preserving the performance of the Siberian Husky as a working breed. Dedicated to maintaining quality, through selective breeding, we focus on health, temperament and also the Siberian Husky breed standard set forth by the AKC.
Many have asked us, "What is an agouti Siberian husky? Why s/he is not considered a sable or even a black and white dilute? Is there only one type of agouti? Are they the same as any other Husky? Are they a type of wolf?"
Via our "Agouti Genotype Research" page we will try to answer some of your most commonly asked questions about our unique Siberians. Our countless hours of research have enabled us to recognize the lack of "pure" agouti Siberians within this specific breed. As a direct result of our discovery, we have structured our breeding program to aggressively address the declining numbers of "pure" agouti Siberians.
Via our "Agouti Genotype Research" page we will try to answer some of your most commonly asked questions about our unique Siberians.
Our countless hours of research have enabled us to recognize the lack of "pure" agouti Siberians within this specific breed. As a direct result of our discovery, we have structured our breeding program to aggressively address the declining numbers of "pure" agouti Siberians.
Please review our "Sondergeld Mission" page for an in depth review of our goals.
“The soul that can speak through the eyes,
can also kiss with a gaze"
The beginning of our journey
Many years ago I decided to start fostering/rescuing Siberian husky’s. My very first Siberian was an absolutely beautiful gray and white dam named Alaska.
The very instant that I looked into her cocoa eyes, I could literally see her soul and she could see mine. Time literally stood still, every sound ceased from existence and reality began to blur while we communicated~ It was at that very moment that our bond was sealed and she had a home, forever.
As the days turned into months my Alaska taught me many things about the Siberian husky breed and the more I learned, the more challenged but attached I became. My entire world revolved around her, she was my confident, my companion and also my friend.
Before long we realized that she needed a companion, and then another, and just one more and thus my journey began. We officially launched our Kennel in 2002 and became a breeder of AKC registered Siberian Husky’s.
Our past, present and future
The day in the life of our Siberian’s is certainly never boring, for them nor for us. There is always an adventure just waiting beyond the door. We hated to leave Michigan and “everything” that we had known our entire lives. When I thought of the south, I thought, no way, no more snow, and no more skijoring ~just heat. I have Siberian’s, oh heaven’s what am I going to do~ I panicked, as I thought, no more enjoying the fragrance of fresh pine in the air and the ever alluring brilliance of the stars as they lit up the sky at night, literally resembling diamonds! No more mushing, and no more northern, MI. trail hiking with the pack during the fall evenings, incredible beauty, far beyond the imagination. The birch and oak trees aligned the lake in a picturesque manner, which was literally right in our back yard, the perfect spot for our Siberian’s to play and cool off in the summer. Life, as we knew it was ceasing, and so we wept, in fact, we mourned!
Moving was inevitable and being left with no other choice, we sold everything intended for winter’s season. The snow mobiles, skijoring gear, snow plow, ice fishing equipment and all our mushing gear as we definitely wouldn’t be needing any of those items in the south, and I was right.
Over a year has passed since those days and we have adjusted just wonderfully. Our Siberian’s still get to enjoy hiking as well as numerous other activities that are intended for the warmer states, ensuring that each one of them remain well socialized, exercised and healthy. There are several trails nearby and with the assistance of our close friends we have become proficient at bikejoring. However, initially learning this sport came with a price, lol, many, many bumps and bruises along the way as I was literally on the ground more than upright! But my Siberian’s loved it so I had to just deal, and so I did!
Our next transitional phase from the north to the south will include dry land mushing and I think I just might like this sport a whole lot more as compared to bikejoring.
Our life, now bright, as I cherish yesterday, live today while dreaming of tomorrow!