Is There ANYBODY Out There With Pure Black or Black With No White Siberian Husky Blood Lines?

I plan to become a breeder in a few years and I am trying to find a show or working line Sibe that is mainly black. I have checked hundreds of sites but can only find black and white dogs. My friend breed her dogs for her own team and the stud was wolf grey and the mom was wolf grey as well I think but two pups turned out black and sort of reddish. They are stunning dogs with blue eyes and I’d like to try to find another dog like that. I was going to get another from her but she decided to spay them.

If you plan to become a breeder in a few years, the first thing you need to do is understand that color has *nothing* to do with the breed’s original function, and that educated, responsible breeders don’t breed for color. You breed for structure, health, and temperament. Color rates somewhere between immaterial and, "huh…look at that."

Blue eyes are equally useless to function.

More to your question, there are no solid black Siberians. Even those that are primarily black have some white, whether it’s socks or chest markings. What you’re describing in your friends’ dogs sounds like wolf grey or agouti.

http://www.huskycolors.com/colors.html

You will find primarily black Siberians in many working lines, however no responsible working breeder is going to sell you one if your only intention is to breed for color.

If you truly intend to become a responsible breeder with an eye on maintaining the integrity of the breed, you will find a mentor who shows or works their dogs (or both) and start learning about what truly makes the Siberian Husky what it is. Again…that’s not coat or eye color.

Good luck!

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  • ShibaMom

    You really should find a breed mentor and really study the breed before becoming a breeder. They will also help you in your quest to show. They may even help you out with handling and let you handle thier dogs while you’re waiting for your own. As for your question on color here is what the AKC standard is for color

    Color
    All colors from black to pure white are allowed. A variety of markings on the head is common, including many striking patterns not found in other breeds.

    I’ve never seen a pure black husky though. The website you need to look at to find reputable breeders is the nation breed club website. You can then check thier breeder’s websites.
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  • More Bored Collie

    Unfortunately the thing with that is that real reputable breeders don’t breed for colour. Essentially all they care about in that aspect is that the dog is going to be healthy (no double merle breedings) and within the acceptable colours.
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  • BYBs get TD for bad answers

    You’re not going to find one that is straight black with no white in the bloodlines

    good breeders dont breed for any particular colors.. they breed for conformation or work ability, health and temperment. All huskies have the potential to carry any color. Even if you find a solid black husky, it will have dogs in its genetic background with other colors, and can potentially carry other colors.
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  • Dragonfry

    Siberian and Alaskian huskies are two different breeds and you may be mixing the two. Also your friend’s dogs may not be pure husky since all black dogs are not seen in huskies that i know of. Her dogs may have black wolf in them. If you plan to become a breeder you need to study the breed standard for what you are interested in doing with your dogs.
    Show huskies have 1 standard and racing huskies have a very different one. Racing huskies breeders could care less what color the dogs eyes are for racing but dogs with dark eyes do better in the show. Racing huskies are also not pure bred dogs but a smattering of lots of breeds that show working ability. Show huskies have blue or one blue and one brown eye. They have a distinctive coat patteran and structure.
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  • Morgan

    Hello,

    Most Husky/ Alaskan malamute are bred to have color. E.G black and white, red and white, and wolf Grey and white. There are pure whites, they are not to saught after though. Blacks? there are like NO full blacks.

    Good luck with your breeding?? I would like to know were you are located.
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  • Jenny

    I have a pure black lab that we got for FREE! she isnt mixed.and she wasnt spayed.
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  • L Wolfchild *Devil Puppies*

    If you plan to become a breeder in a few years, the first thing you need to do is understand that color has *nothing* to do with the breed’s original function, and that educated, responsible breeders don’t breed for color. You breed for structure, health, and temperament. Color rates somewhere between immaterial and, "huh…look at that."

    Blue eyes are equally useless to function.

    More to your question, there are no solid black Siberians. Even those that are primarily black have some white, whether it’s socks or chest markings. What you’re describing in your friends’ dogs sounds like wolf grey or agouti.
    http://www.huskycolors.com/colors.html

    You will find primarily black Siberians in many working lines, however no responsible working breeder is going to sell you one if your only intention is to breed for color.

    If you truly intend to become a responsible breeder with an eye on maintaining the integrity of the breed, you will find a mentor who shows or works their dogs (or both) and start learning about what truly makes the Siberian Husky what it is. Again…that’s not coat or eye color.

    Good luck!
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  • julie(:

    there are no purebred huskies with no white bloodlines at all
    REPUTABLE breeders do not breed for color or eye color,they breed for health and temperment so please think about this ,would you rather have pure black huskies with many health problems,or the more seen colors with almost perfect health?(though no dog will have perfect health)
    talk to a breed mentor and get your dogs checked by a vet for genetic conditions and other health tests
    if not,please do not breed.
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