Our Huskies

Boys

Our first Dog was a Husky Cross called Buck, I picked Him up when He was 6 weeks old while still living in Toronto, Canada.

He came from Mont Joli (Happy Mountain) in Quebec. Buck and I had been through some tough times together. I brought Buck back to Northern Ireland with me in 2006,

Sadly we had to give Him sleep at age 14 1/2 

We Miss You Bucky Boy, run free and wear your silver harness with Pride, Always in our hearts! The photo below was taken while out on a walk. 

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Below is Yukon AKA Sherakan's Klondike Connection for Northbreeze at His first puppy match in Ottawa, Canada,

He took Best of Breed and 4th in the working group, well done Yukon and Sherry! Yukon has gained His Canadian

Championship and His Sled Dog Title , photo below that is Yukon running Right Lead in the Northwest Endurance Sled Dog Race,

March 2014:

 

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 Below is Yukon's Son Koryak, He runs Wheel and Lead in our Teams, Photo on the Left is Koryak running in the Northwest Endurance Sled Dog Race, March 2014:

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Below is our Sibe Boy Akiak (Brave), but He gets called Sammy.

His Registered Name with the United Kingdom Kennel Club is 'Little Bull at Northbreeze'. He is also Registered with the Irish Kennel Club

 and His Registered Name with the Irish Kennel Club is 'Little Bull'.

We'd like to thank Brian for trusting us with  Sammy, He has settled in well to His new Home and just Loves the Girls!! Sammy loves to run

in Harness and is our lead dog at the moment.

 Sammy's Pedigree can be seen Here: link

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Below are pictures of Canuck from puppyhood to present day. These pictures are a good example of just how much the Siberian Husky's facial markings and mask can change over time! Photo of Canuck on a Training run with Sky:

 View Canuck's Pedigree Here: http://pawvillage.com/pedigree/pedigree.asp?ID=91T81VV2QQ

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Below is Diesel,  who came to us through neighbours who wanted to re-home Him and Diesel running Lead in our 4 dog Team:

     

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Above are Niko and Shadow, Both love to run in Harness in Lead and Wheel Position on our 2 and 4 Dog Teams, Shadow has completed His Bronze Level Working Pack Dog with the Siberian Husky Club of Northern Ireland, Shadow is one of our Rehomed Siberians. Below are photos of Cracker our newest addition to the Northbreeze Team:

 

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Girls 

Our Newest Girl here at Northbreeze is Summer AKA Deshka's Summer Dyr, we are very excited about having Her here! Her

Heritage is that of the Anadyr Siberian Husky Kennel in Alaska, we thank our Friend Tracy Kirkpatrick for trusting us with

this very special girl and look forward to next season when Summer starts training in Harness, photos below of Summer

with Ian and Siobhan the day She came Home:

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Pictured below is Nanook (Polar Bear), our first Sibe Girl, She's 3 years old now and enjoying the Show Ring occasionally as well as

 running Lead and Wheel Position on our 2 and 4 Dog Teams, 

Nanook's Registered Name with the United Kingdom Kennel Club is 'Silver Ice Princess at Northbreeze'.

 She is also Registered with the Irish Kennel Club.

 Nanook's Great Great Grand sire was the Famous 'Beanie' you can see Nanook's Pedigree Here: link

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Pictured below is Sky, 2 years old.

Sky's Registered Name with the United Kingdom Kennel Club is 'Shimmering Starshine at Northbreeze'. She is also Registered with the Irish Kennel Club. 

 You can see Sky's Pedigree Here: link

We can trace Sky's Ancestry( 20 Generations ) right back to Togo, who was born near Nome, Alaska 1913 -1916  Togo was 12 years old at the time of the

 Great Serum Run in Alaska which saved the lives of many Children of the day, Togo was bred by Leonhard Seppala and was one of the foundation dogs

 of the Siberian Husky Breed. I'm sure most Siberians can say the same!

Very informative page on Togo with Photos here: http://www.baltostruestory.com/togo.htm Sky also loves to run in Harness and runs in wheel/lead position 

on our 2 and 4 Dog Teams

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Below are some more pictures of the Girls relaxing at Home 
 

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Below are Sky and Nanook with Myself at a Puppy Match

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Below is a pic of Inca, our 7 year old Rescue Siberian Husky Girl, She came to us on the 16th October 2009 from the Rescue Centre in Dublin.

Sadly Inca was given Sleep on Friday 10th June 2011. Always in our thoughts, forever in our Hearts!

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Above are some photos of Sioux (Suraliam Queen of Hearts), we thank our Friends Sue and Ralph Holmes of

Suraliam Siberian Huskies for this special girl! Left at 2 weeks old and middle 13 weeks old and with Ian the night She came Home to join the pack.

Sioux also loves to run in harness and has run in wheel position on our 4 dog team. Kebo our Piebald Rehomed

girl and Summer are pictured above also. Sioux and Yukon's Daughter Chukchi is picured below on a Hike with Ian and on a

Training run with Her Dad Yukon:

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A Poem in Memory of Buck, Inca and Wee Keisha:

I Remember

I stood by your bed last night, I came to have a peep
I could see that you were crying, you found it hard to sleep
I whined to you softly as you brushed away a tear,
'It's me, I haven't left you, I'm well, I'm fine, I'm here!'
I was close to you at Breakfast, I watched you pour the tea,
You were thinking of the many times your hand reached down to me
I was with you at the shops today, your arms were getting sore,
I longed to take your parcels, I wish I could do more!
I was with you at my grave today, you tend it with such care,
I want to re-assure you, that I'm not lying there!
I walked with you towards the house, as you fumbled for your key,
I gently put my paw on you, I smiled and said 'It's me!'
You looked so very tired, and sank into a chair,
I tried so hard to let you know, that I was standing there!
It's possible for me to be so near you everyday,
To say to you with certainty, 'I never went away!'
You sat there very quietly, then smiled, I think you knew...
In the stillness of that evening, I was very close to you!
The day is over...I smile and watch you yawning,
and say 'Goodnight, God Bless, I'll see you in the morning!'
And when the time is right for you to cross the Brief divide,
I'll rush across to greet you and we'll stand, side by side,
I have so many things to show you, there's so much for you to see,
Be patient, live your journey out...Then come Home to be with me!
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