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.
In 2005, the Siberian Husky Club of America, Inc., Board of Directors established the SHCA Trust as a Charitable Organization (organized under IRS code 501(c)(3)). The Trust's mission is to collect and distribute funds to aid the Siberian Husky breed in the areas of health, rescue, and education. The Trust is dedicated to improving the lives of all Siberians.
In the area of Rescue, the Trust provides charitable grants and funding to a nationwide network of approved Siberian Husky Rescue organizations. Please visit the Trust's website at: www.shcatrust.org.
If you are looking to give a rescued Siberian a home, thank you. You will find a list of approved Siberian Rescue Organizations along with the Trust's Rescue Chairman's contact information on the Trust's website.
Last update of this page: 03/24/2014.
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