Available Dogs/Puppies


For the foreseeable future we will not be breeding puppies. As our children age we are focusing on their activities and are downsizing, through attrition, to a more manageable "travel-sized" kennel.


  1. Hello, I am a junior musher and I had a few questions about Isis. Does she have any issues with eating, chewing gang lines, feet, coat, ect? What positions does she run? Has she had any pups or is she spayed? How much are you asking for her? I am looking for a few dogs to start my (small) kennel. I am located in Polson, by the way. Thanks for your time.

    Charmayne Morrison

  2. Hi Charmayne,

    If you are planning on having a team of sled dogs I would not suggest Isis. She's a good dog and does well in our team. But if we're going to give her a new home it will be a home where she can be an only dog or have a companion male.

    If you're interested specifically in Siberian Huskies there are a few people we could suggest to you to get some quality dogs from. We also know of some local mushers that run Alaskan huskies that are looking to re-home dogs. Email us at info@bydog.org and we can get you more information!

  3. I love Isis! She looks so much like my Aleutia, RIP. As you may or may not know I lost both Aleutia and Yukon a year ago last winter. Not a day goes by that I do not think about them. I love seeing pictures of Yukon's offspring. Tensaw is a beautiful boy and it's awesome that you are mushing your dogs. I will drop in from time to time to check out your latest news. Wishing you and the huskies all the best.

    Elizabeth and the Windtalker Siberians