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Pomeranians



Siberian Huskies


Boyce's Natasha Romanoff

Husky Dame

Boyce's Storm - Ororo Munroe

Husky Dame

Boyce's Phoenix - Jean Elaine Grey

Husky Dame

Past Litters

All our puppies that found a good home.

Pomerians

Huskies

Our Dogs

Our family of dames and sires


Meet the Pomeranians


Boyce's Lady Emma Grace Frost

Boyce's Little Miss Millie

Boyce's Sir Jacob Iceman

Boyce's Good Luck Penny


Meet the Huskies


Thor the dog of thunder

Boyce's Black Widow - Natasha Romanoff

Boyce's Storm - Ororo Munroe

Boyce's Phoenix - Jean Elaine Grey

Boyce's Rogue - Anna Marie

About the Breeds


Siberian Husky

Temperament: Loyal, Mischievous, Outgoing
  • Height at shoulders: 21-23.5 inches (male), 20-22 inches (female)
  • Weight: 45-60 pounds (male), 35-50 pounds (female)
  • Life Expectancy: 12-14 years
  • Group: Working Group

A Siberian Husky is a dog breed and pronounced [sai路bee路ree路uhn huh路skee].

The Siberian Husky (Russian: 小懈斜懈褉褋泻懈泄 褏邪褋泻懈, tr. Sibirskiy khaski) is a medium-sized working dog breed. The breed belongs to the Spitz genetic family. It is recognizable by its thickly furred double coat, erect triangular ears, and distinctive markings, and is smaller than a very similar-looking dog, the Alaskan Malamute.

Siberian Huskies originated in Northeast Asia where they are bred by the Chukchi people for sled-pulling, guarding, and companionship. It is an active, energetic, resilient breed, whose ancestors lived in the extremely cold and harsh environment of the Siberian Arctic. William Goosak, a Russian fur trader, introduced them to Nome, Alaska during the Nome Gold Rush, initially as sled dogs.

Reference: Siberain Husky Breed, tag: Siberian Husky Breed
Reference: Siberain Husky Origin, tag: Siberain Husky


Pomeranian

Temperament: Inquisitive, Bold, Lively
  • Height at shoulders: 6-7 inches
  • Weight: 3-7 pounds
  • Life Expectancy: 12-16 years

A Pomeranians with a very fluffy coat. The appearance of Pomeranains may vary. Pomeranians is a small dog breed and pronounced [pom路mer路rain路nee路uhn].

The Pomeranian (often known as a Pom) is a breed of dog of the Spitz type that is named for the Pomerania region in north-west Poland and north-east Germany in Central Europe. Classed as a toy dog breed because of its small size, the Pomeranian is descended from larger Spitz-type dogs, specifically the German Spitz. It has been determined by the F茅d茅ration Cynologique Internationale to be part of the German Spitz breed; and in many countries, they are known as the Zwergspitz ("Dwarf-Spitz").

The breed has been made popular by a number of royal owners since the 18th century. Queen Victoria owned a particularly small Pomeranian and consequently, the smaller variety became universally popular. During Queen Victoria's lifetime alone, the size of the breed decreased by half. Overall, the Pomeranian is a sturdy, healthy dog. The most common health issues are luxating patella and tracheal collapse. More rarely, the breed can have Alopecia X, a skin condition colloquially known as "black skin disease".

This is a genetic disease which causes the dog's skin to turn black and lose all or most of its hair. As of 2013, in terms of registration figures, since at least 1998, the breed has ranked among the top fifty most popular breeds in the US, and the current fashion for small dogs has increased their popularity worldwide.

Breeding History

Pomeranian, many eons ago, in a land that bordered Poland, Germany and the Baltic Sea, there was a place called Pomerania. This was a derivation of 鈥減o more,鈥 a Slavic word, meaning 鈥渙n the sea鈥 or 鈥渂y the sea.鈥 Many still refer to it technically, in recent times, as a place found in Poland; it goes by the name 鈥 鈥淕dansk.鈥

While it鈥檚 still sometimes referenced today as a region located in Poland, it鈥檚 technically a historical region replaced by the popular Polish city 鈥 Gdansk. The name Pomerania is a derivation of the Slavic term 鈥減o more,鈥 which means 鈥渂y the sea鈥 or 鈥渙n the sea.鈥

Pomerania was mainly covered by lakes, farms, small towns and forests. However, once World War I and II, the Pomerania region had to be split and this caused major shifts in the population.

Reference: Pomeranian Breed, tag: Pomeranian Breed
Reference: Pomeranian Origin, tag: Pomeranian Breeding History