Showing posts from December 11, 2010

Have a Heart; Help a Husky

Nikko is patiently waiting for a forever home. " Thorns may hurt you, men desert you, sunlight turn to fog; but you're never friendless ever, if you have a dog."    --Douglas Mallock T here is an epidemic out there...too many Sibes, and dogs in general, are abandoned, neglected, and left homeless when owners move, get frustrated, or simply change their mind about having a Husky. Homeless, rescued Siberian Huskies are not inferior dogs. They are not bad dogs. Many once were purchased from breeders simply for their beauty, only to take the uneducated owner by surprise with their energetic (and sometimes destructive) Siberian Husky ways.  Too many Huskies are turned in to shelters or become homeless because their owners did not research the breed to discover and understand that Siberian Huskies are “working” dogs, therefore, they are have a high-energy level and need to follow their natural instinct to run. They were, after all, bred for long-distance sledding. Th