Pure breed Siberian Husky puppy

Headington, Oxford, Oxford


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:3 Years 4 Months 20 Days

Pet Breed: Siberian Husky

Size: Medium Dog Breeds

Microchipped: Yes

Vaccinations: Yes

Neutered: No

KC Registered: No

Ad Expired/Closed

Pet Description

Our beautiful girl has had her puppies, we only have a gorgeous girl that is available as the rest of the litter is spoken for, her name is Zea (pronounced Zee), born 28th January 2021. Pictures will be updated weekly.

Lola the Mum is black & white with brown eyes and lovely markings on her face, born on 22nd February 2016 she was the eldest of a litter of 5 gorgeous puppies. Lola has a very funny character, she knows what she wants and knows how to get it, she is very vocal! Lola takes every word in like she understands what you are saying and she talks back, she is a very loving, gentle, caring dog & never howls or barks unnecessarily, Lola loves all of the attention she can get but is also happy just to settle down with her sister. Lola's weight is always around 20 - 22kg, she is always wormed, flead and vaccinated. It was love at first sight when I saw her picture and went to meet her, from that day we have an incredible bond. Lola is excellent with children of all ages and when on walks she's just curious of other dogs so will just stop and look until they are out of sight. Lola is never off the lead when walking but we do go to enclosed areas so she can run about with her sister due to her breed being good at escaping!. We have had no health issues throughout Lola's lifetime. I know she will be an excellent mummy to her puppies and will look after them until they are ready for their new Mums and Dads.

Both of Lola's parents are Siberian Huskies, Mum was kc registered Sereniki Fai (Kennel name) family name 'Akiva' and Dad 'Bailey who was not kc registered due to timings but his paperwork of family history can be seen back to his Gt: Gt: Gt: Grandparents, you will receive copies of the 5 generations pedigree histories, both parents were loving family dogs good with people and other animals.

Jasper the puppies Dad belongs to a friend of mine, Jasper is 8 years old, born on the 20th of September 2012, he has two blue eyes and thick soft fur. Both of his parents were pure bred Siberian Huskies his Mum was kc registered but his Dad was not. Jaspers dad is black and white and his mum is pure white. He is extremely loving and kind and a very calm, caring dog. He consistently weighs around 20-22kg and has had no medical issues in his lifetime. Jasper is such a character, often giving head tilts and cuddling up. He rarely howls or barks except maybe when he’s dreaming. He is very well trained and will even go off the lead only in the right environment (enclosed areas) as huskies are known as escape artists. He’s very friendly with other dogs and loves children of all ages. He’s a real part of the family and is always so happy when they are all at home together.

Zea will have her own record of birth and weight ect, she will come with a puppy pack consisting of a blanket with Mums scent on to help her settle into her new home, a toy, feeding bowls, a bag of food, a photograph of her with her Mummy and puppy pads for toilet training, she will also be health checked by the vet, wormed, flead, and microchipped which you will be entitled to change the details when you collect her, her first vaccinations, bathed and be handled and socialised with our family including our other Siberian Husky (puppies Aunty) before she is ready to leave for her forever home from 27th March 2021.

We will require a NON refundable deposit of £500 to secure Zea to prevent time wasters. No offers as we want Zea to go to the best home. The remaining balance of £2,300 is to be paid upon collection of Zea, bank transfer is preferred method of payment. The price is set as it covers the cost of all care from birth until they leave so please do not make offers.

Pictures and videos will be sent over via WhatsApp weekly so you can watch Zea puppy grow and change in the first 8 weeks of her life. We are happy to face to face viewings subject to appointments and **Government guidelines**

We will ask questions regarding the home she will be going to so please do not be alarmed as this is in Zea's best interest. Please do your own research on the breed if you have no experience with this breed, they do require a lot of exercise walking on lead or in an enclosed space to run around as they are known to run off if they see something they feel is worth chasing due to their very high prey drive, they also need mental stimulation, they do shed a lot twice a year so brushing is a must as it keeps the amount of hair down you will find lint rollers will become your favourite piece of equipment!! They are not dogs that need bathing every 5 minutes they are very clean dogs that hardly smell at all so bathing should be kept to a minimum and when bathed use a suitable dog shampoo never a humans as it can cause problems with their skin and oils. They have a long strip down their backs which on some it can be visible that secrete oils all down their fur which helps their coat stay beautiful and healthy.

But......... they also come with unconditional amounts of love and will bring never ending joy to your life, Siberian Husky Love ?

Avoid Online Pet Scams

  • Sellers offering expensive pedigree dogs at discount prices
  • Potential sellers offer to meet you away from the house at a location halfway, which may seem like they’re being helpful, when in fact they’re most likely hiding something conspicuous; such as the exact location as to where the puppies were bred
  • Sellers not allowing you to see the mum because ‘ they’re at the vets’ or ‘out on a walk’
  • Advertising a puppy for sale with a ‘fake’ mum to make it look like they’ve been bred in a family home
  • Sellers offering to post the puppies pedigree or medical paperwork
  • Sellers asking for deposits up-front before seeing the puppy (which potentially may not exist)
  • Puppies displaying health issues such as back problems or snoring and sellers claiming that this is ‘normal’ for the dog breed in question
  • Be aware of sellers offering a ‘rare’ breed colour
  • Puppies imported from abroad and being sold without the appropriate vaccinations or being sold too young
  • If you experience any of the above please makse sure to report the seller to us

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The cost of owning a dog can reach up to a staggering £33,000 in their lifetime. Research indicates the cost can vary from £6,500 - £33,000 and the costs largely depend on the breed, size and how long they live. 

There are many essential dog care items needed to care for a dog, such as food, lead, collar, bedding, toys and essential routine veterinary care (vaccinations, neutering, worming treatments, annual health checks, and many more).

By law, your dog must also be microchipped and it is the responsibility of the owner to keep the contact information up-to-date. This is also an additional cost as well as pet insurance which is one of the most important investments you can make when owning a dog. Pet insurance (depending on the policy) can cover you for the costs of major illnesses and any emergency treatment.

Understanding the Animal Welfare Act 2006 Introduction to the Code Owning and caring for a dog can be a source of great enjoyment, but you should be aware that dog ownership is a major responsibility. On average dogs live for around 12 years but some may live much longer. Consequently, you should think carefully about all factors that will affect your ability to care for a dog and whether a dog is suitable for you. Would you be able to provide for all of a dog’s needs? You will need to consider the size of your property and the financial and time implications of having a dog as a pet and its exercise needs. Caring for a dog can be expensive and you should consider whether, for instance, you would be able to afford the cost of routine and unexpected veterinary treatment, or the cost of pet health insurance. 

There is no one “perfect” way to care for all dogs because every dog, and every situation, is different but they all have the same needs. It is up to you to find out what your dog’s precise needs are and how to meet them. Under Section 9 of the Animal Welfare Act 2006 (the Act) you must take such steps as are reasonable in all the circumstances to ensure that the needs of an animal for which you are responsible are met, to the extent required by good practice which are set out in the Act as follows:
  • need for a suitable environment 
  • need for a suitable diet 
  • need to be housed with, or apart from, other animals 
  • need to be able to exhibit normal behaviour patterns 
  • need to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease 
Under the Act, you are always responsible for your dog’s needs. 
Furthermore, if you are a parent or guardian of a child under the age of 16 years old, you are responsible for any animal that the child looks after. If you are unable to care for your dog at any time, you must make arrangements for another suitable person to look after it on your behalf. It is important to remember that you remain legally responsible for your dog’s needs, even when you are away. The person with whom you leave your dog will also be legally responsible for your dog’s welfare in your absence.
If you own or are responsible for a dog, and fail to meet its welfare needs or cause it unnecessary suffering, you may be prosecuted under the Act.

Important Buying Advice

Are you planning on giving this Siberian Husky a home? Please make sure to visit our Dog Advice section for further information on being a responsible owner and general pet advice. However here are some helpful buying advice tips and articles which we recommend you read before you make your final decision to adopt or buy a Siberian Husky:

Important checklist for Siberian Husky puppy

Mypetzilla recommends that all potential buyers or those looking to adopt a puppy; fully read and understand the checklist below before they visit the puppy. It is very important that you DO NOT buy a puppy or dog from the advertiser unless you are 100% satisfied that all the points below have been addressed and understood. Mypetzilla suggests you download this checklist and take this with you during the viewing of the puppy. We advise that you tick off every point on this list and are a 100% confident that the advertiser is genuine. If you have any concerns over an advertiser please report them to us.

Research thoroughly before committing

Adopting, or buying a new puppy or dog is an important decision and big responsibility. As an owner, you will solely responsible for the welfare of your new pet and will also be financially committed. Before you decide to buy or adopt you must ensure that you’re 100% committed beforehand.  For further information on caring for puppies and dogs, please visit our pet advice section. You can also find out more information about the Siberian Husky breed by visiting the Siberian Husky Dog Breed Information.

The puppy must be 8 weeks of age or over

Before bringing your beloved puppy home, it's important that the puppy is over 8 weeks of age and has been properly weaned before they leave their mothers. Some sellers will keep the puppy longer than this and this is perfectly fine.

Ask to see the puppy’s mother when visiting the puppies 

When visiting the puppy’s you should ask to see their mother and if available also ask to see the father. If the advertiser refuses to let you see the mother, or the mother isn’t around for viewing, then this is a very good indication that the puppies have not been bred by the advertiser and they’ve most likely been imported. There should be absolutely NO reason for you not being able to see the mother of the puppies. If the advertiser gives any excuses why you can’t, then Mypetzilla advises you to walk away and report them to us. Mypetzilla forbids third-party selling of puppies. All puppies advertised must have been bred by the advertiser. If this is not the case, Mypetzilla will report the advert to the authorities for necessary action.

It's worth asking the seller a few questions regarding the mother:

  • How old is the mother? (she should be at least 1.5 years of age)
  • How many litters she has had?
  • How is the mother's temperament?

All these questions are important for the future health of your dog and the seller should want to tell you everything about the puppy’s mother.

Check the advertiser is 100% genuine

Is the advertiser genuine? Make sure the advertiser is 100% genuine. You can do this by arranging a visit with the potential advertisers home if they try to avoid you visiting, or make excuses, and then you should be concerned. If the advertiser asks for money, or deposit to be paid online without you visiting the dog at their home, or they request to meet you somewhere or drop the dog off at yours, then please DO NOT agree. We advise that you should never send money online. If you’re concerned about an advertiser’s authenticity then please report them to us.

Mypetzilla conducts various checks on advertisers on this site, but are unable to confirm that all are genuine. So please make sure you visit the advertiser at their home and verify this yourself.

Important health checks for puppies and dogs

It is very important that you check the health of your puppy or dog before you decide to adopt or buy. A responsible seller will fully understand the need and therefore fully cooperate with assisting in the checking the health of the puppy.  Majority of sellers will agree that you can return the puppy or dog within 48 hours should they have any health issues. Mypetzilla recommends taking your puppy or dog to the vet for a health check as soon as you take them home. If the puppy has already had a health check by the seller’s veterinary practice, then they should provide you with the legitimate paperwork to support this. It is also worth ringing the vet to confirm everything beforehand.

Vaccinations must be up to date

Check the puppy or dog is up-to-date with their vaccinations. All puppies should have received 2 vaccinations. The first vaccination should be given between 8-10 weeks of age and the 2nd vaccination should be given no more than 2 weeks later when the puppy has reached the age of 10-12 weeks. Older dogs may also need booster vaccinations and this is normally recommended by the vet. It's important that you check with the seller what vaccinations the puppy or dog has had. It's worth noting that puppies should have had their first vaccination before they leave their mother. If the seller has not provided a vaccination plan, then it will be your responsibility to make sure you arrange both vaccinations 7 days before letting your puppy go outside.

Check the puppies have had their treatment for worms and fleas

It is recommended that all puppies should be wormed at the age of 2 weeks and then receive another treatment at the age of 5 weeks old. Before the puppy leaves the seller, they should have had more worming treatment at 8 to 12 weeks of age.

Check to see if the puppies have been socialised

It's necessary that the puppies have interacted well with their puppy litter and have been raised in a home environment around other adults, children, and general household life. Puppies that don't receive this kind of training and development from a young age, may go on to develop behavioural problems later in their life and become difficult to train. They may likely develop temperament issues and will find it difficult to adjust to family life.

Kennel Club registration?

If the puppy or dog has been registered with the Kennel Club, then you must check that you’ve been given the correct documentation before you take the puppy/dog home. It's worth considering to check the documentation and phoning the Kennel Club to verify the registration.

Check the Puppy has been microchipped

This is a very important point and is also law abiding. From the 6th April 2016, it is required by Law that all dogs over 8 weeks of age are microchipped and that the keeper's details are registered in their name and are kept up-to-date. It is the breeder’s responsibility to microchip the puppies and that all the correct information is kept up-to-date on the database before they are adopted or bought. You must make sure you receive the microchip documentation with the chip number and then arrange to change the microchip details into your name. You can find out more information about this by visiting our puppy and dog microchipping article.

Considering pet insurance

Insuring your puppy or dog is one of the most important decisions you should make when bringing your beloved puppy home. Veterinary fees can become extremely expensive and it's important that you have the correct level of cover beforehand. We recommend that you research pet insurance providers and purchase the correct level of cover. Most policies will allow you to start the cover the day your puppy or dog arrives at their new home. Please check our pet insurance section for further information.

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