Siberian Husky Questions

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Siberian Husky Questions

A Visitor asked the following question on 4/21/2007
just wondering what age do you stop breeding asiberian husky

Date Reply Member
4/25/07 We no longer breed our females after seven years of age, we retire them and they are spayed. Deb
Snowpaws Siberians
5/4/07 The age to stop breeding a female siberian husky is usually between 6 and 8 years old. Our females are bred once a year (every other heat cycle) and we retire them at 8 years old. Other breeders have been known to breed them on every heat or three heats and then a break and retire them at 6 years old. I prefer not to wear my females down with too much breeding. Melinda
Sierra Kennels
5/17/07 That is a personal and complex question. Some dogsled drivers breed them until over 10. You should always have any female checked by a DVM. Some females the answer is 5, some 10. Angel
8/9/08 I wouldnt breed after nine yrs. Shirley
Alabama Huskies