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 Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT

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PostSubject: Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT   Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT EmptyThu Feb 18, 2016 12:48 am

Hi there, I'm Wes

I really appreciated you work in this helpful forum and I feel it's my neighbor Smile
I get tired of finding a really Siberian Husky breeder (not backyard breeder). I need anyone advise me how and where I can find a puppy with a nice (<--not sure if it's the right word) breeder.

I live in Danbury, CT ... I did all my home work to have a new puppy but no luck .. please please please your advice..

Wes
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PostSubject: Re: Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT   Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT EmptyThu Feb 18, 2016 1:41 am

Welcome to the forum Wes.........I would look at your local Siberian husky club...or website SHCA.org, they will list reputable breeders in your state, as well as other states. Also contact any local husky rescues....CT should be a fairly easy place to find reputable breeders. Good luck
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PostSubject: Re: Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT   Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT EmptyThu Feb 18, 2016 11:59 am

Husky rescues also get in puppies sometimes. You wouldn't get the paperwork and pedigree from them that you would get from a good breeder but you would still be helping a puppy out of a rough situation without aiding an awful breeder in lining their pockets.

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PostSubject: Re: Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT   Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT EmptyThu Feb 18, 2016 4:54 pm

Does it have to be a puppy? Their are some nice dogs on both petfinder and rescue me that are only 1-2 years old in Ct. Ma, RI, NY.
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PostSubject: Re: Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT   Finding A Place/Someone to adopt a new Siberian Husky in CT EmptyFri Feb 19, 2016 2:09 am

Thanks so much for your help,
I got in touch with one of the SHCA.org and I have been told next month will be new puppies.
Amymeme: I prefer him to be a puppy but not a problem if I have 1-2 yld. I felled up more then 5 applicactins but some no answer other told I've been denied .. That since oct 2014
The best tha i found asked to pay $ 1000 deposit and rest $2500..
So not in my rang budget .. Please prey for me to husky pure breedj
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