Our NEW News Page - Keeping Up With the "Mystery Dog Respiratory Illness"

  With all the news coming about of cases spreading across the country of dogs contracting a very serious respiratory illness dubbed "mystery dog illness" that can mimic kennel cough, it is imperative that at the first hint of a symptom, contact your veterinarian. In an attempt to organize the flood of incoming information and news, as a career photojournalist, correct and accurate information is of the utmost importance to me and to share with my readers. I've created the "Mystery Canine Illness News" page HERE that can be found on my blog (click above or in the drop -own MENU at the top) as a resource section to help share the facts and important links to resources to help cut through all the information circulating and give you a concise, accurate landing place.  I will be updating as the news requires. Also, if you have veterinarian reports, or vetted information, just send me an Email or message me on my FiveSibes: Siberian Husky K9 News & Reviews Face

Help Make Homeless Huskies Happy for the Howlidays: Sponsor A Sibe in Need!

  ‘Tis the season to help homeless Siberian Huskies in need! As we've all seen, there is a serious problem of Huskies and northern breed dogs being "surrendered," or worse, abandoned, some ill and injured, and their only hope is that rescue folks will be able to save them. Due to the tremendous number of them being abandoned by what they thought were their forever families, rescues are filled beyond capacity, some have closed intakes, while others are hoping more fosters step forward to help give them temporary homes until a forever one can be found. Without them, these beautiful dogs have zero chance. They are a magnanimous breed that need exercise, socialization, interaction, and love. A shelter is no place for any dog, especially this breed. And there are just too many now who are waiting for their forever homes, whether it is in the care of a loving foster family or waiting at a brick-and-mortar rescue for someone to come and welcome them into their family. These dogs