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Help us Celebrate our 10th Anniversary by making a donation today!
Southern Siberian Rescue would like to thank everyone for helping us reach our tenth year of saving Siberians!
Welcome to the Southern Siberian Rescue Web Site
Southern Siberian Rescue is a group of dedicated volunteers responsibly rescuing Siberian Huskies in need throughout North Carolina and surrounding states. Our sole purpose and priority is to help unwanted, misunderstood, abandoned or neglected Siberians find homes. We do this by providing needed health care, rehabilitation and training for all our foster dogs and carefully screening potential adopters.
The Siberian Husky is not a breed for everyone and adopters need to understand this breed and all of its quirks and beauty. We also spend a great deal of time educating potential owners and the public about the Siberian Husky, their special requirements, temperament, personalities and traits. We promote the importance of adopting from a reputable rescue or working with a responsible breeder when inviting a Siberian to your home.
If you chose not to rescue, please contact us on how to find a reputable breeder. With so many homeless Siberians and Siberians facing death in shelters, it goes without saying that we are serious advocates on spay and neutering your pets. Not only is it the responsible thing to do, it is the right thing to do medically. Statistics show that unaltered males are a higher risk for testicular cancer and unaltered females have a higher risk of mammary cancer.
Meet our Merry Mixes!!!
Southern Siberian Rescue has the Mix for you!
Southern Siberian Rescue normally rescues 35 - 40 dogs each year and we find homes for about 35 dogs. Not all of the dogs we rescue are pure 100% Siberians, some are mixes. These dogs are happy, healthy animals looking for a loving home.
Don't pass up considering these wonderful companions while browsing through our available dogs.
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Southern Siberian Rescue is pleased to announce
Walker graduated from Nash Correctional Institution's "A New Leash On Life" prison training program on April 2, 2008 and is now available for adoption. Walker did wonderful with training and knows sit, shake with both paws, down and rollover, among other commands. He also had fun with A-frames, teeter-totters and jumping through tires while in the program.
Frodo graduated from Nash Correctional Institution's "A New Leash On Life" prison training program on April 2, 2008 and is now available for adoption. Frodo did wonderful with training and knows sit, shake with both paws, down and rollover, among other commands. He also had fun with A-frames, teeter-totters and jumping through tires while in the program.
Our new Partnership with Nash Correctional Institution in Nashville, NC. We are participating in their “A New Leash on Life” training program. To see the dogs training, click here.
"A New Leash on Life" is a program that allows minimum and medium custody state prisons to partner with local animal shelters and animal welfare agencies to train dogs in preparation for their adoption. It gives inmates a chance to serve communities by training dogs to be well-behaved pets. To read more about our participation, click here.
Each prison facility partners with a local animal shelter, with animal trainers and with local merchants or civic organizations that can support the program with needed supplies and services.
Nash Correctional Institution is seeking sponsors and donations, including but not limited to, dog food, treats, leashes, food and water bowls, flea and tick prevention and other related supplies. If you find it in your heart to help their program, please contact us at SouthernSibes@yahoo.com for more information on how you can donate.
Read a recent news article on the dogs, click here.
Watch a video of the Siberians training! click here.
Support Southern Siberian Rescue Today!
Times are hard and many more Siberian Huskies are abandoned or surrendered to County Animal Facilities, where they face euthanasia
Southern Siberian Rescue shares the financial hardships and is now working harder to save more dogs! We are stretched thin and help is appreciated.
Southern Siberian Rescue appreciates and utilizes what you have to offer! We are always looking for help in transportation, fostering, and so much more!
If you would like to help pay for treatment and other expenses associated with rescuing Siberian Huskies, visit our How to help page to learn how to donate.
We’d like to give an EXTRA special thanks to the members of the Save Our Siberians - Siberspace Rescue Fund (SOS-SRF) for donating to help us treat Domino, Kita, and Shana for heartworms. Thank you so much!
- To help adoptable Siberian Huskies who are unwanted, abandoned, or neglected find new homes.
- To foster adoptable Siberian Huskies while providing health care, rehabilitation and training.
- To evaluate all Siberian Huskies seeking entrance into the rescue program for adoptability as to temperament, health and behavior manners.
- To carefully screen all potential owners.
- To educate potential owners about the Siberian Husky and their special requirements to facilitate an educated decision when selecting the breed.
- To educate the general public regarding the importance of buying from a responsible breeder or adopting from a reputable rescue organization.
- To counsel owners on solving problems so that they may keep their Siberian Husky in their home.
- To encourage owners to use their breeders as a resource of support and information.
- To keep statistics on Siberian Huskies that enter the rescue system.
- To educate animal control officers, staff and local ASPCA chapters on breed identification, characteristics and temperament.
- To encourage the breeder to take responsibility for any Siberian Husky.
- To network with other rescue groups in placing Siberian Huskies.
- To network with local animal control and ASPCA chapters to assist in reuniting lost and stray Siberian Huskies with their owners.
- To take back any Siberian Huskies that are adopted from this organization should the placement not be permanent.