Puppy Adoption Application

Puppy Adoption Application

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  • I-C-E Babies puppy Application

  • Psst...thanks for completing this application! At first glance, you might thing "sheesh, this is a little long - are all these questions really necessary?" I know, because I thought the same thing when we got our dogs! We hand-raise all of our puppies in our home with our children and love them, and we hope you love your puppy, too.

    Every family is different, and there are no right or wrong answers. We know many families have two working adults and we don't expect anyone to be a superhero and quit a day job just to be able to take home a puppy. Every puppy family has different needs, and this application helps us identify who needs what information and what homes might make the best fit. If you're a veteran Husky owner, we don't want to waste your time regaling things you already know; by the same token, if this is your first puppy or first Husky, we want to make sure you leave prepared for what life with a puppy may bring. So again, thank you!

    • Your Contact Information  
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    • Puppy Preference  
    • About Puppy's New Family  
    • Please tell us a little about where puppy will live as a puppy (we know circumstances change).

    • Ownership Commitment  
    • What to expect  
    • Completing this application is a step in the process to acquiring a puppy from I-C-E Babies Siberian Huskies, but it does not guarantee I'll get a puppy from this or any future litter. While it's unlikely, the breeder reserves the right to refuse any placement at any time. 

      If this application is approved, you'll receive a link to make a deposit on a puppy when puppies are available. Please make this deposit within 48 hours of the approval e-mail. Please note our deposit policies. We do the best to match preferences. You should review both the deposit policies and pick of litter policies on our website for any updates. 

      Puppies will be picked by their new families in person at our home unless other arrangements have been made. When the puppies are approximately eight (8) weeks of age. Puppies will go to their new home. We cannot hold puppies for extended times; it is critical for their social development that the litter departs within a reasonable timeframe. 

      We have a contract and will not place a puppy without a signed contract. We believe it's the professional thing to do to memorialize our obligations to each other on paper so there are no questions later, and for that reason it's a bit lengthy. If you have questions about specific terms, you need to contact us prior to picking up your puppy. 

      We require spay/neuter at or before 18 months. If you're a breeder you should probably look elsewhere. This might seem hypocritical at first glance, but we have a take-back provision in our contract. Any puppy from our home always has a home here, and will never be at a shelter. Taking back an unaltered dog into our home poses significant risk to our own dogs due to canine STDs and the possiblity an unaltered dog could be pregnant. Sadly, many well-intentioned folks don't remember to spay before the first heat cycle, and suddenly their barely-adolescent dog is pregnant by multiple studs of unknown heritage. Spay surgery while pregnant is exceedingly risky, and several canine STDs such as brucellosis can be transferred to humans, which poses an unacceptable risk to our family. 

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