Kaliya Siberians, Yelm, Washington

Litter Announcement
Litter Born September 15, 2014: 5 females and 1 male.
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Winter Sledding in Alaska with Siberian Huskies


Ron & Susan welcome visitors to the cyber-kennel for Kaliya Siberians. We are a small, family-based Siberian Husky kennel located in Yelm, Washington. Kaliya Siberians takes its name from two grandchildren, KA-leb and ALIYA (Kaliya). Our primary interests are in conformation and recreational mushing. In the past, we have worked some of our Siberians in agility.

Ron started with his first Siberian named Simba in Tucson, Arizona back in 1995. From the Sonora desert to the northwest rain forest of Ketchikan, and presently in Eagle River, Alaska, we have grown to 12 Siberian family members in residence.

We maintain membership in the Siberian Husky Club of America, the Siberian Husky Club of Anchorage Alaska, the newly-formed Siberian Husky Club of the Last Frontier and the Chugiak Dog Mushers' Association.

Photo right: Photo credit Britt Coon, Alaska Photographer.

 

Mushing



Marley at the SHCA Top 20 2010

Above: "Marley" at the SHCA National Specialty 2010 Top 20.

 

First and foremost, the Siberian Husky is an athletic, moderate-sized working dog. To gain an understanding and appreciation of what this means for the breed in terms of structure and locomotion, we work our dogs in harness all winter and enjoy the conformation ring in spring and summer.

All of our dogs are members of the family, and temperament is a key factor in our decision to breed and raise pups. Puppies are socialized with other dogs and people and needless to say, we spend a great deal of time with them. We will only breed when interested in keeping puppies for our kennel. All dogs in our breeding program are certified free of hip dysplasia (OFA) and inherited eye defects (CERF).

Please feel free to contact us with questions and inquiries about the breed.



Updated: October 2014: Litters