MydnytBlue Kennels - German Shepherd & Siberian Husky Breeder - Brisbane, QLD
MydnyghtBlue was established by us as a Mother and Son kennel in Queensland. We work hard to ensure our dogs are in good condition year-round, every year. We have 6 dogs in total, but only 1 German Shepherd being bred. These dogs are our pride and joy and nothing makes us happier than seeing one of our dogs in a happy, loving home.
We have done rescue and foster work with many dog breeds, but a breed we often end up with is Siberian huskies due to either lack of knowledge and research, or tough situations. Every dog we have nursed back to good health is now in a happy and healthy home. We have a passion for ensuring our dogs go to fantastic homes, but should something ever happen we do have a return to breeder clause that must be abided by. This ensures that we can then make sure another suitable home is found for one of our dogs.
We will have pups available on both limited and full registration pedigrees at varying times. Per dam, only one litter per year.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Michelle Hutchings and Brandon Dodd.
Q. How many times a year do you breed?
A. At MydnyghtBlue we believe it is unethical and unfair to our girls to breed our females more than once a year. Before we breed we make sure they are in peak condition. At this time, we have 1 female old enough for breeding and one more female coming into age soon. At maximum, unless we introduce new females to our pack, we will have three litters per year. Although we can not guarantee there will be three litters a year, it is dependent on the health of our girls.
Q. What kind of dogs do you breed?
A. We breed Siberian Huskies for work and show and German Shepherds for work.
Q. What are your prices?
A. Our prices vary for each breed. For best price guide we recommend direct contact with us for accurate pricing rather than guestimates.
We don't cross breed our Sibes with our Shepherds. They are our breeds of choice.
We won't breed a cross bred litter at any request so please don't ask. We don't know of anyone who cross breeds either.