Siberian Husky Question

I have a friend that has a siberian husky and wants to get me one also. Hers is a male and it...


I have a friend that has a siberian husky and wants to get me one also. Hers is a male and it is AKC but she wants to get me a female that is CKC. Can we later on breed these two if they have different registrations?

    In Siberian Husky - Asked by Anonymous - 3/7/2012 10:53:48 AM
CKC is a "registry" that many puppy mills and backyard breeders use, and is not respected among good breeders or owners. If you breed the dogs you can not register the puppies with the respectable registries like AKC. They don't recognize CKC and actually, CKC "papers" don't even guarantee a purebred. Before you breed any dog, you should look into the genetic health issues in the breed too. In Siberians this includes a number of inherited eye problems that can lead to blindness, such as Juvenile Cataracts, PRA and other things. It would be a shame to breed dogs with a higher risk of producing that, and pass on puppies to new owners that may go blind at a young age. Also, breeding dogs should have their hips x-rayed and rated by the OFA.
    Answered by paws4hisglory - 3/7/2012 2:35:57 PM
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