A Siberian Husky Rescue
Serving Illinois, Wisconsin, & Minnesota
Over 1,700 Siberians Saved Since 1998!


Summer is here!
Dogs can overheat quickly, so be sure to keep your Siberian safe in the summer heat.


Do not leave your dog in the car!  Not even for just a minute. Not even with the windows open.  It just isn't safe.


Do not shave your Siberian!  Dogs cool themselves through their paws and by panting, NOT through their skin.  Shaving a Siberian can cause many skin problems, and their coat may never grow back properly.  Make sure your groomer knows not to shave your husky!  Regular brushing is all your husky needs.

Click on this graphic to see how a Siberian's coat can help keep them cool.


Do set up a pool with water or a few bags of ice and let your dogs cool off while they play!




The 2014 Husky Hike was a great success!  








Visit our Café Press site to 
see new items!

http://www.cafepress.com/adoptahusky?pid=4412282





$$  Turn treats into money!  $$

http://www.cloudstar.com/prodcat/dog-treats.asp

Do we have your attention?  We're not magicians but we can make it happen!  We have just started a new program where we collect Cloud Star UPC symbols and cash them in to help with our dogs' medical expenses.  

This program is very easy… just cut out the UPC symbol from any Cloud Star product (Tricky Trainers, Dynamo Dog, Wag More Bark Less or Buddy Biscuits) and give or send them to us.  It’s that easy!  


Share this information with all of your dog loving friends because the more UPCs we collect, the more money we can raise for our dogs' medical expenses!



http://www.wooftrax.com





Adopt A Husky regularly takes in Siberian Huskies who are in need of serious medical attention. 

Nori, seen here, had a mammary mass and a badly dislocated hip, and needed surgery for both.  Luckily, the mass was not cancerous and her hip has healed nicely. 

Although the care can be expensive, we always do whatever is needed to make the dog healthy. Always.

Please consider making a donation to help defray the costs of medical care.  Your donation is fully tax deductible.






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