WE  HELP  WITH  THE

RESCUE  AND RE-HOMING  OF

 SIBERIAN  HUSKIES  IN  NEED


From time to time, we take in Siberian Huskies in need of a new home.

 

The reasons why dogs are surrendered to us are varied, but each case sees a needy dog looking for a new home.

 

Why do we do it  -  time after time?

 

When people say, "I couldn't foster because it would be too hard to give a dog up"; we say, "How can it be harder than knowing a dog died because no foster home took it in when needed?"

 

CLICK HERE to see pictures of some of these dogs in their new homes.  Settled in and happy in a secure future.

 


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The Siberian Husky is a northern breed sled dog, which means they have lots of fur and lots of energy and the desire to run fast and far. They don't like to be left alone, so they do best in an active household with a secure fence, no cats, and at least one other dog.

They are fun, smart, funny and paired with the right trainer and technique, trainable with many excelling in agility and obedience work as well as sled racing.

These dogs must be permitted inside the house and taken on family activities and outings.

 

 

June   -

and we're busting out all over with dogs in need of homes

Currently fostering    Boris   Shadow  (an Alaskan Malamute)

 

Boris  -  a cuddly Teddy Bear

 

Available now   2 June 2017

Boris is a purebred male Siberian Husky, gray and white with warm brown eyes. He is neutered, wormed, vaccinated and microchipped. Boris is large for a Husky and very enthusiastic - so too strong to be walked by children.

Born on 26 July 2015, he is not yet 2 years old, but has had 2 homes.
Boris is a good dog who, through no fault of his own, now finds himself in need of a new home.

His owner was going through a difficult period and had to move out of his accommodation, meaning that Boris had nowhere to live.

We were only too happy to foster Boris and we know that he will find a great forever home.

Do not ask about Boris unless:
* you have previous Husky, Arctic breeds or large dog experience
* you have a very secure yard with high fences
* there are no cats in the household
* children are older than (say) 8 years
* you have a commitment to daily exercise and attendance at weekly dog obedience training classes.

He should never be let off leash in an unfenced area as he would be almost impossible to catch if he got away!

Boris is very active and LOVES being walked regularly. As with most Huskies, Boris has an independent streak and we insist that you attend weekly training classes to teach you the best techniques to communicate with him.

 

He enjoys car rides, is quiet and settled when in a car and must be included in family activities, and allowed to spend time indoors when you are home. This is not a dog who can be left alone in the back yard and that is not the sort of home who will get Boris.

Boris deserves a home where he is wanted and will be loved and cared for. He has a happy and optimistic outlook on life - just wanting to share his love with a family.


This happy Husky just needs a chance - and if you meet him, you will want to give him every opportunity to become a valued family companion.
 

We will provide an information pack, on-going advice and resources as needed.

 

Boris is located near Canberra, your enquiries are welcome

We are asking a $ 100 donation for Boris

He goes on a 4 week trial to see how he settles in with the family and lifestyle. Follow up care and advice is always available

 

 

Richard & Mara Herba         Phone:  02  6236 6404

 

siberians@ozemail.com.au

 

 

 

Shadow - an Alaskan Malamute

STILL  AVAILABLE  -  21 June  2017

Shadow is a male Alaskan Malamute, black and white in colour. Born on 8 April 2015, he is just 2 years old and needs a new home because his owner moved and could not take him along.

This is a large and strong dog with an exuberant and energetic nature. He has an unusually short coat.

If you have owned a Malamute or similar Arctic breed in the past, and are attracted to their special personality, but perhaps don't want the deal with "all that hair" when the coat sheds out, then Shadow is a dog YOU SHOULD MEET.

He needs a lot of exercise, either in a fully fenced off leash dog area, or via power walking, jogging or on a bicycle. A commitment to daily exercise and also allowing Shadow to live in the house with you are essential if you want to take him home as your new dog.

Though Shadow lived with 2 small sized dogs, this breed is not good with cats and pocket pets. Shadow won't go to a home with cats, so don't ask as it could end badly.

He is healthy, friendly and wants to be close to people. It would be hard to find a more good natured Malamute when it comes to enjoying the closeness of people. He needs a home where he is allowed to spend time in the house and where he will be included in family activities.

If you think that Shadow is a dog of interest, please contact us to find out more and perhaps take him home on a 4 week trial.

Located near Canberra, your inquiries are welcome.
Shadow will go on a 4 week trial to see how he settles in with your family and lifestyle.  Donation:  $250  (to cover Vet work)
Follow up care and advice is always available

Mara Herba        Phone: 02  6236 6404
siberians@ozemail.com.au

 

 

 

 

Clyde   ~  looking for a bonnie new home

                                    

 

AVAILABLE NOW   2 June 2017

Clyde was born on 26 March 2014, which makes him just 3 years old - way too young to be looking for a new home.  He is black and white with blue eyes and is large for a Husky, and a bit overweight.

 Clyde is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated  and all-wormed. He is in excellent health and has never had any health problems.

Clyde has been through 2 homes.  His first owner was too ill to care for an energetic young male Husky who needed daily attention to help him learn basic obedience and house manners. Clyde was surrendered at 11 months of age and quickly found a great home in Canberra.

However,  his owner is travelling more with his work, so is reluctantly trying to find Clyde  a new home.   He has kept up his Vet checks and vaccinations, and also paid for obedience training lessons, which have worked as Clyde is quite responsive to people.

 

Clyde is only available to a home where he will be permitted to spend time indoors with the family. A commitment to daily exercise (on leash!) and attendance at weekly dog obedience training classes is essential, as is secure and high fencing. Clyde is not an escape artist but his new home must have proper fences (6 foot colourbond or solid wood paling fences and gates).   He should never be let off leash in an unfenced area as he would be almost impossible to catch if he got away!

 

Clyde is very active and LOVES being walked regularly. As with most Huskies, Clyde has an independent streak and we insist that you attend weekly training classes to teach you the best techniques to communicate with him.

He enjoys car rides, is quiet and settled when in a car and must be included in family activities. This is not a dog who can be left alone in the back yard and that is not the sort of home who will get Clyde.

 

Not to go to a home with cats or other "pocket pets", as the prey drive instinct of Huskies to chase can kick in when a pet duck or rabbit runs past.

 

Clyde deserves a home where he is wanted and will be loved and cared for. He has a happy and optimistic outlook on life - just wanting to share his love with a family.

 

This happy Husky just needs a chance - and if you meet him, you will want to give him every opportunity to become a valued family companion.

 

Located in Canberra, your inquiries are welcome.

We are asking a $ 100 donation to Husky Rescue for Clyde.

He goes on a 4 week trial to see how he settles in with the family and lifestyle.

Follow up care and advice is always available

 

Blake Proberts         blake@pursuittechnology.com.au

 

    

 

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Always Wanted!

More foster carers for Siberian Huskies needing temporary accommodation and care

 

REWARD:  Saving lives, one cuddle at a time!

for more information, email:  Mara Herba  siberians@ozemail.com.au

Husky Rescue gets to rub shoulders with some high profile people around the country

 

 

 

We are not a shelter

Each dog listed is in a caring foster home

Dogs are given love, training and the attention they require

While in our care the dogs are treated as part of our family

They are shown new things that they may not have experienced before 

-  like car rides, meeting children and interacting with other dogs

We also try to teach them basic house manners and toilet training

We want to make sure they are healthy and happy when adopted

All foster carers operate independently, though co-operatively

We fund our own rescue efforts

 

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This Web Site is an Australia-wide listing of pure breeds of dogs from registered breeders. Includes puppies, mature dogs and rescues in need of homes as well as pages of information on every health and behaviour topic you could think off  - worthwhile bookmarking to dip in when you need quick answers   -    and often has Siberian Huskies in need of homes.

 

www.dogzonline.com.au

 

Petrescue lists Huskies in need of new homes.

 

https://www.petrescue.com.au/

 

Occasionally there are Siberian Huskies in the Canberra Dog Pound

For more details and photos of any dogs in this Pound, please go to the Pound Web Site: 

http://www.tccs.act.gov.au/city-living/pets/dogs/about-das#impoundedDogs

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 The Siberian Husky Club of New South Wales helps with Siberian Husky re-homing

Dogs currently looking for new loving homes are listed on the Siberian Husky Club of NSW Web Site

http://www.shcnsw.org.au

 

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In 2017  we placed Cynna, Fletcher, Yumi,  Eddard, Leo, Karli, Ace, Jedda, Tripod and Neeson

 

In 2016  these Huskies who were fostered here found new homes:  Finn,   Zephyr,  Storm, Coco, Karli, Nala (a woolly Husky),  Cosmo, Danny (was Diago),  Marley, Chase, Suzi, Whiskey, Ruffio and Esky

 

In 2015  these Huskies who were fostered here found new homes:  Max  (now Thor), Diesel (now Clyde), Hunter (was Bruno), Roger, Kira, Jasper (was Sloan),  Noya,  Lilly and her 4 puppies, Billy & Mya  (together), Pearl  (was Bibi), Czar, Willow,  Honey, Brinkley, Micky, Sheba, Cosmo (now Marley), Koda, Chase and Teddy Bear

 

In 2014  we found homes for these Huskies who were fostered here:

Nitro,  Kya,  Claude,  Zima,  Meeka, Lulu and Cohen

 

 

In 2013  we found homes for these Huskies who were fostered here:

Sammy  (was No Name),  Hope,  Miika, Chloe, Cameo and her sister Ezra  (was Chatelaine), Marley  (was Ruby), Shadow, Astra, Nimbus, Fletcher  (was Feathers), Storm and Mia.

 

 

In 2012  these dogs were fostered here - and found the best family homes:   Sass, Mailen  (was Bide), Shadow, Cleo, Utah,  Cyba (who was also here in 2007) Bupp (now Dime), Khan, Sash, Benji, Harlow, Breeze,  Mika,  Sasha,  Motzee  (was Ramble), Missy and Jesse.

 

 

In 2011  we found homes for these dogs who were fostered here:   Sally,  Tilly (was Bonny), Erik The Red, Ruski (was Dolly), Tasman, Salem, Trudi, Max, Tommy (the vision impaired boy - now called Moet), Dakota, Maya, Mia, Paco and Diesel  (was Storm)

 

In 2010  we found homes for these dogs who were fostered here:   Zeke, Casper, Zena, Phoenix, Candy, Kianna, Trader, India, Kiska, Tikaani (now Max), Rocky (now Rimmer), Jade, Sam and Gloria

 

We heard that Alaska, Dakota, Jed, Tai, Sascha, Cooper, Nikita, Alaska (2), Maple and Bella found new homes

 

In 2009  we found homes for DeeDee and her 3 pups;  Sasha, Joe, Kaiser, Jewel, Thunder, Shadow  (Husky x Border Collie), Duke (the Malamute), Cassidy, Buffy, Sable (a Malamute), Zeus and Freddie; and we heard that Remi,  Cody,  Lucy,  Tasha, Tikkani,  AJ, Taj, Kita, Koda and Fletcher, Baron, Nahla, Kita, Maximus, Bindi, Chloe, Ice, Belle, Misty, Mishka, Paris, Sasha, Hercules, Panda, Shayla, Polar and Ruby found new homes

 

In 2008  we found homes for Teeka (re-named Ava), Justin, Roger, Maple, Coco, Jake (now Zac), Jak, Iggy, Treasure (now Tara), Tilly (now Nalle), Kiss, Rusty, Jasmin, Sultan and Kye; and heard that Taj, Chief,  Mishka, Shadow (1), Shadow (2), Crystal, TeyMyah, Charlie, Merlin, Akira,  Kita, Arni, Zali, Eski, Bonnie, Remi, Tikkani, Taj, Bacci and AJ found new homes

 

In 2007  we found homes for these dogs fostered here with us:  Oscar,  Sasha, Delilah, Picard (now called Max), Gus, Diesel, Ricky, Cyba, Kobe,  Hero,  Lupo  (now named Ringo), Hutch and Storm.  We heard that Max, Blue Belle, Heidi, Snowbell, Chief, Anook, Zola, Meis-je, Flame, Ruby, Jordan, Quinn, Akirra, Sasha, Flake, Jabbalena, Ice, Kirby, Shesha, Flake (now called Max) and Chanel found new homes.

 

In 2006 we placed Missy, Lakota, Tasha, Sebastian, Raven, Billy, Rusty, Velvet, Boris, Natasha, Narla, Ben, Wolfgang, Faith, Iggy, Faye, Ace of Spades and Loki  -  ALL OF WHOM had been fostered here with us for some time. We heard that  Ivan, Esky, Nikita, Bear, Neko, Shadow, Sky, Max and Simba found new homes.

 

In 2005 we placed Ben, Buddy, Frankie, Shamus, Enigma, Striker,  Sierra, Rosie, Honey, Angel, Ghost, Chopak, Bear and Domino as well as Bundy, Candy and Roger (Alaskan Malamutes) and heard that Pearle, Georgie, Zarr, Mimi, Yargo, Misty, Koda, Iceman and Vader found  good homes.

 

In 2004 we placed Rex, Dakota, Ingus, Simba, Basil, Misty, Shadow  and Moby!  Also Ski whose home lasted around 12 months and who found herself back here and in need of a new family to love.

 

In 2003 we placed Ski (again), Shadow, Malli, Rosie, Thomas,

Kusco, Kimba, Jolie, Panda, Snowy and Betty. 

In August we placed Keeta and Leo, found Tasha's owners (her name is Icey) and heard that Skyla, Pushkin and Odessa had new homes.

In October Primrose found a loving family home, as did Ebony and Treasure.

 

In 2002 we placed Phena, Otis, Troppo,  Casper,  Faith  and Rhea,

Tayla and Kira  ALL OF WHOM had spent some time here being fostered.

 

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