Teeco Siberians have been involved with Siberian Huskies for more than 45 years, breeding quality dogs for showing and racing. Breeding stock has been screened for hereitary eye and hip problems. Puppies come with a written health guarantee. Whether you want just a pet or show potential we are willing to help you in any way.
We would love to talk to you about the good things and bad things about the breed and give you recommendations and tips in raising your puppy or adult to be a welcome member of the family and a joy to take with you whether it be to training class, dog park or doggey day care.
"OK, so I have a husky, now what?"
If you already have a husky at home it is important to consider meeting their mental and physical needs. Socialization to new people, dogs, sights, and sounds should be done from the very beginning of their life with you to ensure you are raising your pup into a well rounded adult. Siberians have been raised in packs since their beginnings as sled dogs, therefore they benefit greatly from socializing and playing with their own kind! Some great ways to expend your dogs endless husky energy include, meeting other husky owners for play dates, enrolling in a quality dog daycare or walking service while you are at work or away, and of course going back to their roots and trying weight pull or mushing with your dog. Mushing can be done for recreation or competitively, requiring you own a proper harness as well as a bike, scooter or sled depending on the season. Please note, Siberians should be at least 1 year old and in great health before attempting any kind of weight pull activities for your dogs safety. For more information please feel free to reach out to YSHC and we would be happy to point you in the right direction!
Other New England based Husky clubs!
Joining a multitude of Husky or mushing groups provides ample opportunities to meet up with other owners, attend large events, and find groups of people for pack walks or mushing!
(Clubs are to submit their own content to YSHC, subject to approval. Content accuracy of postings are the responsibility of the clubs, not YSHC)
New England Sled Dog Club
The New England Sled Dog Club (NESDC) was founded in 1924, making it one of the oldest sled dog clubs in the world. Each year, the NESDC sponsors one dryland race event and several sled races in New Hampshire and Maine
New Hampshire Mushers Association
NH Mushers Association is an organization dedicated to maintaining and promoting safe and responsible trail usage for all dog powered sports and activities. Please join us in our efforts to make our trails safer for ourselves and our dogs!
Down East Sled Dog Club
DESDC is committed to the dogs and the fun of the sport. Come to one of our races and experience the excitement or get involved with a local musher and you may just find yourself loving the sport as much as the dogs do!
North County Mushers
Our purpose is to encourage the growth and understanding of the sport of dog mushing in Northern New England by promoting and sanctioning races, organizing social and fund-raising events and ensuring the safe and ethical treatment of all participants.