Oregon Siberian Husky hobby breeder with Siberian Husky puppies for sale in Oregon. Home raised. Our dogs are our family members. About | Dakine Huskies | United States
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 My name is Trish and my husband is Jim of Dakine Siberian Huskies Stayton/Sublimity Oregon just outside of Salem and Silverton Oregon. Only an hour from Portland Oregon. I love dogs and working with them I have knowledge of training/health/genetics/reproductive/behavior and have over 25 years of experience working with dogs. Many years of studying and first-hand experiences. I have been A expert Speaker for The Ultimate Dog Summit 2019 airing Nov 2019, Also chosen and Featured By SDVoyager, A Speaker for Classrooms and Dog Events etc. Dogs are my life and my passion since I was a very young girl. Growing up studying, learning, taking dog training classes, Vet Tech course, hands-on breeder/show experience with some of the most difficult breeds to raise, Side by side study with Vetranarians learning and absorbing knowledge. I have a great love and respect for the late DVM Hank Anderson of Junction City Oregon, who I had the pleasure of knowing and learning from for years his great impact on my life will always be treasured. I have also become an expert in Artifical insemination an, life studies and experience have all given me a wealth of knowledge of dog behavior and breeding and raising of dogs.

 

 

 

 



 

 

The name Da Kine comes from my love of Maui Hawaii meaning is an expression in Hawaiian Pidgin " The Kind". Chosen after Spending years there on the Island as my home, it is one of my favorite sayings used on the Island and so it is "Dakine" Huskies. The Kind. So this is why I chose this unique name for my  Siberian Husky dogs. I was an Island girl for a few years and love the Hawaiian way and culture.
I have shown Siberian Huskies years ago, but moved to Maui and had to part with all my dogs. Due to the heavy restrictions and quarantine on the Island for it is Rabies free. Fortunately, I was only on Maui a few short years and after returning to Oregon I picked up where I left off finding all the precious lines I adore to work with. I have only a few Select dogs and I love it.  I am considered a very small hobby breeder. Keeping it small is good. You stay focused and the dogs and they get what they need, FAMILY DAILY living in our home with us, as well as Getting ran, biked and walked they love their life. with us as their pack. We will someones I have a pup we are growing up while we are replacing an adult but we usually only have 5 dogs tops in our home. We do have a few with family and with guardian homes that do not live with us. We believe in keeping it small, focused and every dog needs to be a valid family member full time five is our limit in our home :) no one can give them what they need if they have more than that.

I show for a hobby, not for the status, but have not been showing for a while due to my focus on breeding for PTSD service dogs and Search and Rescue as well as Service dogs to Detect Seizures and other health issues this has been my current focus and purpose of my breeding program,I will be keeping a show pup soon from Eszi X Davi as soon as one is made. I then will show as an owner-handler. I do place show pups to the right show home, but will not let any of my dogs go into a KENNEL situation they must be a valid family member so this limits my show placements. You find I am not your typical dog show person. I am down to earth and very grounded. I have shown  AKC. and some International Shows as well. Showing is an activity I can do with my dogs, If my dogs didn't like it I wouldn't do it ;)  and often I place my show dogs in other homes so as to not bring any disease home from a dog show that would affect my breeding dogs.

 I personally have AKC titled several  Dogs, as well as International, titled many dogs over the years. Showing several different breeds for other breeders as well.  

 

 

I also currently am a Mentor for a small Euro Doberman Breeder in Salem just for the love of it, and they are very close personal friends. Located in Oregon and named after me  "Dakine": Dobermans they love the name, I help them with their breeding program providing knowledge and help when needed with their entire breeding program. From artificial insemination to finding good families and wellness program. I personally do not have any Dobermans of my own at this time, but used to and have a lot of knowledge. Now they as very close friends who trained dogs for the Military are just looking to me for guidance that I can provide them, and screen potential homes. I love dogs and enjoy doing this for them as they are very close friends of mine.

 

 I pride myself on not having a kennel full of dogs I don't believe anyone can have more than 6 dogs tops total at any given time to do the dogs justice.  Any more than that you are seriously pushing it and the dogs suffer and you are more than just a hobby breeder for sure. It is a ton of work and your spread way to thin. Having too many this is absolutely not fair to the dogs, they just can't get that individual attention each of them needs. Dogs need to be family members and to do it right, litters need to be raised underfoot in the home 100% until they go home. Not raised like livestock,  for they are mans best friend. To be valid family members,  for this to be achieved they need to be very well socialized. Start life out in the kind of environment they will be living their life in. Hearing sounds as their ears open Having lots of touches and visual stimulation as their eyes begin to focus. It is a very crucial period of development, both neurologically and emotionally. Being raised in a kennel without enough human contact DOES EFFECT  THEM  LIFELONG I promise. Been around dogs for over 25 years of my life. During this time I have studied them and watched them. I have known so many breeders who kennel raise pups and believe me you don't want one. KNOW THIS it can't be fully undone.  Not that a dog can't be a good family member, But they will have social issues you will have to deal with for the life of the dog. Know that it can not be undone. Please know this life long social issues that come from being raised this way. I can't express this enough. HUMAN INTERACTION AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE in early life makes for a well adjusted socialized dog.  We may have more dogs in our breeding program and you will see they are listed on our dog's page. We do what is called guardian homes for some and we have a couple who live with family members and friends.

 

I also believe a breeding program needs a purpose. This is a purpose for given breeding beyond making puppies. The purpose may be Sled dogs, service dog work, showing, guide dogs, Detection dogs whatever it may be. But the purpose of breeding must be planned and thought out.

 

The best advice I can give you is to find a hobby breeder that has a ton of knowledge who is breeding as a passion for the breed, not for commercial profit. Who actually puts more money into their dogs and, who has just a few dogs NO MORE THAN 6 adults total at any given time. This is the personal opinion here and from experience. Make sure your breeder is one who is home during the whelping and raising process of the litters. Please make sure of this by visiting if necessary. CLEANLINESS IS HUGE! Take note of your visit. 
By a few I mean no more than they can have in their home,  otherwise you know they are outside in a kennel and one truly can't give the time and focus they need to for this breed. A Siberian Husky of all breeds needs proper socialization to be a good family member trust me in this. Please Keep that in mind while doing your search for a good breeder. Any breeder who will not let you come to their home and see their dogs is a RED FLAG , to see how they are kept and raised is important. Run if they have to have a lot of notice for a visitor restrict the visit. Unless you have dogs at your home and they have young pups. Then this would be the only excuse that would be valid due to risk to the pups. (we also are very careful about this for the safety of the pups who are not yet vaccinated) but pick your pup up at their home not a parking lot. "Excuses excuses your a breeder people need to see how your dogs are raised and kept simple as that". A breeder who has kennel full of dogs and more than just a few is gonna have issues with unsocialized pups you can bet on it you just can't spread yourself that thin. Take it from me I know years of experience and trying to have more than I could handle not fair to the dogs.

 

We as a family love the outdoors and spend a lot of time fly fishing as well as camping,(dogs go with us everywhere). Bellow, you will see a few pics of me showing and of me and my Husband so you can get an idea who we are. Your breeder is someone you will have a relationship with for your dog's entire life for support if they are passionate about what they do~ It is work hard work, worry , sleepless nights but well worth it to produce sound dogs of fabulous genetics that contribute to the breed.  

Words of Wisdom: From a breeder who has been there done that and is a Vet Tech by trade. When looking for a Siberian Husky breeder be sure to ask questions. I can guarantee you will see a huge difference in temperament when it comes to breeders back yard breeding and breeders with a plan and thought and knowledge of how genetics and who have just a few specific litters and planned breedings with just a few dogs. As I case the internet I spot the breeders with animated websites to grab you and a bunch of garbled junk. Don't let that fool you. Choose your breeder wisely. This breed has been taken by storm by the backyard breeder,  and the show breeder who has far too many dogs to do it right, and the temperaments and health are less than acceptable. Take your time when selecting a breeder to work with.  If you contact me I am more than happy to refer you to good reputable breeders if I do not have what you are looking for. I am about the breed. But I will not trash or talk down about other breeders. So please do not email me asking about specific breeders.. I get so many of these emails. I will just advise you to make a visit and do your homework..

My encounter with rabies from a Bat happened just after Halloween 2019. I had already survived Histoplasmosis from bats 10 years prior from bats living in a Log home I used to own. So just after Halloween 2019 I was out walking several of my dogs one evening and a Bat flew into my hair. I heard the humming of I the bat's wings and reached up to get it out of my hair. It was at this point I was bitten on my first we know for sure and maybe more. I got home and called and found out I needed to start the Rabies vaccine series as well as the Rabies Immunoglobulin shot. A man had actually recently died in Salem Oregon from being bitten by a bat on his face and contracting rabies. He didn't seek medical attention. The shot was the most painful ever 5 ccs of vaccine and they even administered it several times in the bite. Then another shot of Immunoglobulin. They informed me that I would have to have 4 more shots over the next two weeks every few days. This was an extremely painful process and flu-like symptoms along with Neuro symptoms and hallucinations. Not fun. I want to raise awareness that Rabies is just not an animal disease and once symptoms start there is literally nothing any dr can do for you its fatal. It can be anywhere from 10 days to 2 years for symptoms to happen. The vaccine needs to be within the first 24 hours of the contact/bite. A bat bite is often very small can even be a pinprick. So be mindful when out at night walking they feed during dusk and early evening. My husband now calls me Bat Woman and things I have special powers lol.... My my... But seriously be mindful and get your Canines vaccinated for Rabies and keep it up to date for you may not see signs of them being bitten and it can take a while to show up.

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