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Reply Albertknive
7:11 PM on July 21, 2018 
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Reply Ron Moore
4:58 PM on December 21, 2017 

You have beautiful dogs!

Reply Lillie Wasson
7:55 PM on August 25, 2017 

Beautiful dogs. We have not started a kennel yet but when we do this will be our name. Our babies aren't old enough to breed yet. I look at other people's pages to get a idea of how a kennel should look and I've got to say, your's is the best. Right now ours are in the house and treated just like the kids. 

If you have any suggestions, please share. We appreciate everything we can get right now. 


Thank you, 

Lillie

Reply Kacey & Ben
4:05 PM on September 29, 2016 
We absolutely love our little Dakota. He is so beautiful and everyone loves him and he loves them! He's growing fast! He's now 3 months. He does have bad separation anxiety but as soon as you get home it's like the first time we met him. He's so excited and such a sweet baby. He loves to snuggle and howl and talk back. Haha I'm not sure how to send pictures of him but when I do I definitely will send them to keep y'all updated! Thank you for giving us our baby boy!
Reply huskies4life
2:20 PM on May 16, 2015 

I just want to thank everyone for signing my guestbook and leaving wonderful comments! I love to read all the comments and so happy everyone is enjoying their new babies and older babies! Please send in pictures! I will be updating my huskies page soon and would love to put some new pictures on my website! Please email them to me at [email protected]. If anyone ever has any questions or concerns please call me or message me anytime!

Reply ccandpam
3:48 PM on September 30, 2014 

Hi, hope all is well. My lil bit is doing well although he is very destructive. I love hime anyway. I'm sorry that I have not been in toych. Lil Bit will be one on  Nov. 9. I wanted to say thank you for all of the joy you gave me and my family. I do not know how to up load pics or I would send you one. My kids know how, but they are never here to help me out. Maybe I can figure it out.

Reply MarieApplegate
8:40 PM on September 22, 2014 

We bought a brother Deisel and a sister Skylar in June of 2012! They have been the best addition to our family, knowing we would lose our Golden soon and we had lost our previous precious Dakota a Siberian 9 months before this she was 12 yrs old we need friends for our family and our precious Llasa Apsa Kujo who would be lost without a playmate! Sweet gum Kennels are incredible, they have the most beautiful puppies that turn into the best family pets and devoted family members you won't regret getting your next Siberian from them we haven't and we will again! Thanks Wendy and Family

Reply vanessa
12:03 PM on March 12, 2014 

your dog's are beautiful and I was wondering when you plan on having more puppies avail? very interested and I am a husky owner myself so I know how to care for them ..

Reply Elizabeth E.
11:28 AM on December 23, 2013 
Hi Wendy! Luke and I just wanted to say we are so excited about our little girl, and how much of a pleasure it was to meet you and your family. We look forward to seeing you again soon!:) (P.S. Tell your son I'm going to buy that Need For Speed game today so I can practice and then play him next time we see y'all!! haha.) Happy Holidays -- Elizabeth and Luke