Unfortunately, there are always situations where Siberian owners cannot keep their dogs.
Whether caused by a life change or the realization by an unbelieving owner that his cute puppy has grown not into a retriever, but into a Siberian Husky. This means that there are homeless Siberian Huskies all across the country. This growing problem required a response from SHCA, Inc., but it is best worked on a local level. So, the Siberian Husky Club of America, Inc., has given its support to a nationwide network of Siberian Husky Rescue Organizations working at the local level. And, thanks to hard-working rescuers across the country, many of these homeless Siberians are finding new families.
An older, rescued Siberian Husky can make a wonderful pet. So, if you are looking for a Siberian, give a thought to rescuing one.
Go to SHCA Rescue Website: http://www.siberianrescue.com
Last update of this page: 06/2009.
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