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Pets at Our Rescue Group: Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve: Panhandle Siberian Husky Rescue provides the rescue, shelter, care and adoption of stray, abandoned and unwanted Siberian Huskies in the Florida Panhandle Area. We are also dedicated to furthering the Publics education concerning the issues of proper pet care and importance of spaying and neutering. We serve north west Florida, Southern Alabama. About Our Rescue Group: The Panhandle Siberian Husky Rescue was founded by Mandi and Ryan Rhue of Pensacola Florida. We are a non-profit rescue that accepts huskies or husky mixed breeds into our organization. The Panhandle Siberian Husky Rescue dedicated to helping abandoned Huskies have a second chance in life and a place to call home which they so richly deserve. We also serve as a contact of local rescue groups, shelters and individuals to help find Huskies who have wondered from home and aid in searching for lost fur babies.Volunteering - We are always looking for volunteers to help us with events.
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You must first completelly fill out an application to adopt any of our huskies. shih poo puppies pittsburgh pa]Senior Husky (7+ Years ) and Special Needs Huskies- $75.00caucasian ovcharka for sale in ukraineAdult Husky (Less than 7 Years old) $125.00Puppy Huskies ( Less than 1 year old) $150.00All our huskies will be housetrained and kennel trained prior to rehoming, but accidents will happen in a new enviroment so please take the time for your dog to adjust.Our adoption fees include spay/neuturing and UTD Shots, heart worm test and temporment testingSpaying and neuturing-All our dogs are required to be spayed or neutured. We currently have about a 30 day wait with our vet to have the proceedure done on each dog.
If you adopt a dog from us, you will recieve a date of appointment for the proceedure and/or voucher for proceedure. We may also provide for out of town adoptions the option for you to have your dog spay/neutured through your vet and refund $50 of your deposit when you show proof of proceedure. Failure to have the proceedure completed within the alloted time frame gives us the right to pick up your dog and have the proceedure done. You will be required to pay any additional fees due to failure to complete contract obligations.Why spay or Neuture? We insist that all our huskies be spay or neuture due the the fact that there are more unwanted huskies out there than there are homes for them.Some of our dogs are listed as special needs dogs due to the enviroment and health conditions from which they came from. These dogs will be adopted out on a very selective basis.Welcome from our entire organization, both two and four footed alike. We would like to thank you for visiting our site and hope you will bookmark us and visit again as our site is always changing
Can you look into these eyes and not want to help?Siberian Huskies require a long-term commitment to obedience, activity, exercise and entertainment. Their unique character, intelligence and high energy level can frustrate you, will undoubtedly entertain you, and can bring you great joy (when they're happy!) or great grief (when they're not!). If this type of relationship does not appeal to you, then consider another breed. Siberian Huskies are always a work in progress! Many people take it as a challenge when we say "Siberian Huskies are not for everyone". It's not that we are saying that you are not "good" enough to care for one. Instead, we are saying that the dog may not be what you are really looking for to fit in with your family. Take your time and browse through our web site. A "Husky knowledgeable" person will make the best choice (to adopt or buy a Siberian Husky or look at a different breed) based upon his/her own circumstances. For more information on the Siberian Husky please visit our Siberian Husky education page.
Our rescue is now offering AVID micro-chipping clinics. **All SHRF dogs adopted BEFORE we started chipping can get chipped for FREE. and let us know what event we are holding that you can attend and we will microchip your SHRF dog for FREE!!! You must bring your adoption contract as proof you have a SHRF dog.Would you like to be a Foster Home or a Volunteer?"Fostering" a Siberian Husky until it is permanently adopted would be a service more valuable to us than a donation. There is always a shortage of foster homes. In fact, most of the time we have a waiting list of 3 to 4 months before we can take in any new dogs, as we are unable to add any more into our system. Do you think you could foster one of these wonderful fur babies until they are placed into adoption? If not, due to where you live or your work/family commitments, then perhaps volunteer work is for you. As a volunteer you can help us find a new home by doing interviews and home inspections. You may also be able to help us in transporting, ID'ing a dog, veterinary work, recruiting a veterinary clinic/hospital that may be willing to help out with discounted services, plus many other things that may help us in our efforts.