Our dogs are first and foremost pets and much loved members of our family. We are Not Breeders, we are Siberian Husky enthusiasts.
Aussiexile is a kennel which has only recently started up. We have not bred any of our own dogs as yet, but we may decide to in the future. For the moment we are happy to show the dogs we have & learn more and more about this wonderful breed from our breeders and other Siberian Husky enthusiasts. We feel that breeding is a huge responsibility and should not be jumped into to lightly. We have been in this breed now for about 7 years and still are learning more every day and we feel there is so much more to know before we can start breeding responsibly.
If you would like to own one of these beautiful dogs as a pet we recommend you contact your local Siberian Husky club and take a look at the many rescue dogs they have available. Apart from providing much needed homes for Siberian Huskies you will save money. A lot of these dogs are free to good homes however sometimes a very small fee is charged. (But not the A$600-A$2000 that breeders may charge.) You may also wish to skip that mischievous, sometimes destructive and always messy puppy stage. Many people see purebred dogs as expensive however most breed clubs will have rescue dogs available for next to nothing. If you are not happy with the any of the rescue dogs or if you would like to show, then go to a breeder.
The name Aussiexile is made of two parts - 'AUSSIE' & 'EXILE'. The Aussie part came about because we are Australian and proud of it. The Exile part came about because originally, Siberian Huskies were 'exiled' from Siberia as well as Siberia being the place where people were 'exiled' to.
In addition to the Siberian heritage, the 'X' in AussieXile is for the names of our dogs. All our dogs are named after the characters from the comic book - "X-men". Rogue, Gambit & Jubilee are the names we've chosen so far, each being chosen for the characteristics we saw in the puppies which were in line with their X-men namesakes.
After purchasing our first Siberian Husky as a pet, we were hooked. Rogue, as we named her, was so gentle, intelligent & always seemed to know just when you wanted some company.
We couldn't stop at one, we then arranged with our breeder to keep one of Rogue's puppies, also as a pet. Gambit (Rogue's puppy), proved to be a really good looking little pup and on advice from our breeder, we started Gambit out in the show ring. At 36 months, he's not quite yet a champion, but well on his way and doing extremely well, we're so proud of him. Rogue has since died, we lost her a few years ago to a brown snake bite, but her legacy lives on in Gambit. After Rogues passing Gambit was lonely so we were then given Jubilee as a companion.
Taylor is our newest member to our family and really is a joy to own. She is very affectionate and gets along famously with the other canine members of our family. She has started out well in the show ring and given her impressive pedigree, we're hoping her show career will continue to flourish. A very special thankyou to Kimberley Owens of Sibaska Siberians for allowing this wonderful Siberian to come and join our family.