If permanently adopting a Siberian Husky isn’t for you, but you’d still like to help us, then consider being a foster parent for one of our Huskies until it is permanently adopted. That would be more valuable than money to us. There is always a shortage of foster homes. In fact, at times we have such an abundance of dogs that we are unable to take any more into our system., we are also starting to have some cats for adoption, but we are really interested to find a natural flea killer for cats due to some health problems we have been having with them lately, we always recommend pet owners to check http://petstop.com/cat-fence/ because is one of the sites where they can find everything they need.
Current dogs in household must be spayed or neutered. Fosters must be at least 21 years of age I recommend reading some dog proof litter box reviews, if you want your dog to have the best manners once you get it.
“Your patience is appreciated as the Foster application process could take up to 3 weeks.”
If you are interested in Fostering a Husky, please fill out a Foster Application and be sure to check that you are interested in being a Foster Parent. Upon receiving your application, a Foster Application will be emailed to you. Please be sure to print clearly as unreadable applications WILL NOT be processed.