It may have taken you 5 years to decide about what dog to get, but it takes nearly a whole year for a responsible breeder to organise a litter of puppies - from choosing a mate, waiting for the bitch to come in season and then the pregnancy, and the puppies have to be at least 8 weeks old before you can get them. And you decide to make contact with the breeders and give them 4 months? It's not long enough. How may dog shows or competitions (obedience/agility etc) did you go to? How many times did you visit rescue/pounds?
It took me a year and half of visiting the pound when I could and then I fluked on a puppy when the one I drove 2 hours to see, turned out to be adopted already. I learned the hard way that they were not very good at updating their websites and puppies almost never go up on the website. At least I was giving my money to people who - in my opinion - are doing the right thing by unwanted dogs and not making more of them. A rescue or pound is about the only place you're going to get an "instant puppy".
This is an open forum. We have differing ideas about what is right, and I feel it's ok to discuss those. You can say what you want, and I can say what I want. But we don't get to call each other names - and so far, in my opinion, you're the one that's doing the name calling - just because we disagree with what you've done. I don't think forums are supposed to agree with everything every poster writes. Asking questions is good. You made your choice. Some of us are telling you why we don't like it. Take responsibility for your own actions and feelings - don't blame me or Chopper.
By the way there are dogs that are like small huskies. For example - a Norweigan Elk hound. There's a whole group called "spitz". With all sizes. And there's a sport called sled dog racing - even in Australia. Keeping up the exercise for one of these when you won't drive more than 10 minutes for a dog might be hard - but when your son is old enough to move out and have his own dog, there is all this. In Australia, all over.
Australian Sled Dog Assn Photo Gallery