Regarding the "Wooly Coats"
I have been breeding Siberian Huskies and Giant Alaskan Malamutes for some time, and have come to recognize that a "wooly" Siberian Husky or Alaskan Malamute is much more beautiful and desirable than a Siberian Husky or Malamute with a standard type coat. Though this type coat may not be considered "desirable" by "show" judges , I am not producing pups to impress show ring judges. Some of the absolute best quality dogs do not have champion bloodlines nor are prancing around in the show ring. I produce the most gorgeous, healthy pups that you will find anywhere in the US.
Defining the "Wooly Coat"
The "Wooly Coat" simply means a slightly longer, thicker, much fluffier coat than the average coat for a Siberian Husky or Alaskan Malamute. It is absolutely breathtaking, when it is the correct length and thickness. I know of no other breeders other than myself that specialize in this form of coat, and I plan to continue to produce these gorgeous rarities indefinitely. I have been verbally attacked and harassed brutally on several occasions by show breeders for continuing my efforts to preserve the wooly coated pups. Some of these "show" breeders will put their pups to sleep if any wooly-coated pups are produced in their litters. I find this atrocious. You will find examples of these wooly pups on my "Past Sibe Pups" page and "Past Giant Mal Pups" page. In turn, the majority of the pups that I now produce are rare wooly pups and can be found on my "Siberian Litters" page and "Giant Mal Litters" page. Though I do at times produce standard type coated pups.
Facts Pertaining to Wooly-Coated Pups
Apparently there are several misconceptions and myths being stated via the internet regarding "wooly-coated" Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes. There are certain individuals on the internet whom are stating that the wooly coat is a danger to the animal. It is obvious to me as an expert on the wooly coat that these individuals have had absolutely no experience with the wooly coat. It may be true that the wooly coat could be a danger BUT in very, very frigid, snowy, and icy conditions, such as those found in the Antarctica and other extremely frigid locations on the planet. But the majority of us do not live in these extreme climates, therefore it is not a danger for the dog to have a "wooly" coat. Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes can survive temperatures down to below -35 degrees or more. If anyone has seen the movie "Eight Below" they will recognize this for themselves. They are extremely hearty animals and seem to adapt well to any climate. There are certain individuals who claim that "ice balls" will collect on the wooly coat of the Siberian Husky or Alaskan Malamute and cause the body temperature of the dog to drop. I have owned and raised dozens of "wooly" Siberians and Malamutes, matter of fact, I specialize in the wooly coat for it's absolute beauty and rarity, if I had any indication that it would be "dangerous" for the dog, I would in no way put these animals in danger nor conceive of producing these lovely animals. My dogs, and my family have very cold, frigid temperatures here in Virginia during the winter months, and I have never once had a dog succumb to health p