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If you have a private question for us, please complete the following to send any comments about this web page, questions about the dogs, or anything else. This form will send an email directly to us without publishing it on the website. We check comments daily and will get back to you as quickly as possible.
While we enjoy the personal interaction with our readers, the majority of contact form submissions are people wanting to do business with us. Odds are, we aren’t interested. Specifically:
1) No, I do not hire out the team for sled rides. Sorry, The Thundering Herd is strictly for my own enjoyment. Turning it into a business would take away too much of the fun.
2) No, we are not breeders and do not have Siberian Huskies for sell. The Herd came from various rescues and all are spayed or neutered. We are more than happy to tell you about all of the wonderful dogs in rescue.
3) The Thundering Herd is a personal enjoyment website and not a business. We get a constant bombardment of people selling services like SEO services, IT security, or anything similar, we are not interested. And, by the way, if you are selling anything and your email address is gmail, Yahoo mail, or anything else not associated with your website domain, we will not even bother to respond.
4) We do not accept guest blog posts. We are sure you have a great content, but are still not interested.
5) In over a decade of operating this website, we have only reviewed a couple of products. We don’t use dog toys (The Herd chews on each other) and will not allow our dogs any items manufactured in countries not known for their safety records (you know who you are). If you want us to review a product, tell us specifically why you think it is appropriate for us (convince us you actually read the blog), where it is manufactured, and link to a website.
If you are interested in owning a Siberian, please read everything you can about this, or any, breed before adopting. A Siberian Husky is a working dog and will bring you nothing but frustration if you are not ready for what that means. AND, please adopt from your local rescue or shelter. Fantastic, pure bred dogs are available everyday. Siberian Husky Rescue organizations can be found here. If you would like some guidance or advice on rescuing a dog, please contact me. I am always willing to help connect you to a great rescue organization.