Siberian Husky Success Stories

These are the Siberian Huskies that got lucky and found a new home for the
rest of their lives!

 

 

Idein, A Siberian Husky that was adoptedSage and her new sister Mooky with Mom and Dad Carolyn and Michael. What a great looking family!
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Idein, A Siberian Husky that was adopted Shadow was recently adopted by Eric and Roberto, more news to follow.
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Idein, A Siberian Husky that was adopted Bella was recently adopted by Valerie, more news to follow.
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Idein, A Siberian Husky that was adopted Idein was recently adopted, more news to follow.
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Wolfy, A Siberian Husky that was adopted Wolfie was adopted byRobin of Gainsville. His new mommy just moved up to Gainsville so he got a long car ride to a new forever home.
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Jesse was adopted by Ruben and Lillyan of Sunrise. Jesse now has a brother the same age – another husky named Dakota. She is so happy in her new home and her mommy and daddy are having fun spoiling her.
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Lithia was adopted by our volunteers, Marilyn and Manny of Hollywood. Lithia now has 2 human siblings to play with. Marilyn says she follows her everywhere; Lithia is like her second shadow.
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Juno, now Fenris, was adopted by Paul of Ft Lauderdale. Fenris will be extremely spoiled by his new daddy. Paul has decided to volunteer with our organization and on behalf of all of SFSHR, we welcome them both with open paws.
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Fang was adopted by Jan and her son John. John now has a furry best friend; he’s so excited to have Fang as part of his family.
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Lobo (R) was adopted by the Rice family. Lobo loves his new family and adores his new Sibe sister, Snow (L). They are all one big happy family now…
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Dezzie could not be happier with her forever family So many people to love her and a friend to run and play with as well.

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Becca couldn’t be happier with her new family Look at all the love an attention…what more could a lil girl ask for!

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Frosty and his forever family Not only a Mom and Dad, but two human playmates. It was a match made in heaven
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Jack was adopted by Jennifer of Miami. He will be one spoiled rotten boy – and has a couple of new doggie siblings and a cat too! His new family just adores him.
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Jasmine was adopted by Naj family and is doing wonderfully in her new home. She now has a little girl to play with! They think she’s wonderful and they all are getting along great. She seemed to fit in so easily, it is like she has always been there with them.”Jasmine is doing great. She met another family member this weekend, my father-in-law, their love is mutual!!! She is such a great family dog ” – Jasmine’s new mommy
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Neo was adopted by Alina of Miami. He’s going to be soooooooo spoiled and have lots of love and attention – he has 3 girls to play with!
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Keno was adopted by Dan – who previously adopted Conan. Both boys are doing great together and have become best buddies. Dan now has 2 chic magnets, but now needs to figure out how to get them both on his Harley!
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Vlad, now Baggio, is in a happy home with a little boy and doing very well. He’s well-behaved and his new parents, Vanessa & Roberto, are very happy with him.
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Laska adopted Sherry of Sunrise. His new mommy is so happy to have made him apart of her life. He’s such a joy to her. He’s very intelligent and seems to really like his new home. He’s adjusting very well.
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Jaxon is so happy in his forever home. Mom, Dad and his two sisters have made his life complete
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Joey adopted Barbie, Chad, Rob and Briana and expectant baby Michael! Joey will have a new pal to play with…another sibe named Elvis as well as 3 cat buddies to taunt!
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Jada was adopted by the Finke family… Jada is living happy; she now has 2 other doggie playmates and a human sibling sister, Jamie who has become a volunteer with us!
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Sasha and Sinatra were adopted by Barry of Miami. The duo now has 3 other furry playmates to romp around with. They are adjusting well; one BIG happy family!
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Yuri was adopted by his foster and Good Samaritan mommy, Laura. He now has a couple of other 4-legged pals to play with; he’s very happy and content in his home.
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Rebel (now Tango) was adopted by Jose & Luzmila. Tango now has a yard to romp and play in as well as a new sibe sister, Natasha!

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Lobo, now Sakic, was adopted by Zoila & Jack of Boca Raton. Sakic now has an older sibe brother named Gretzky- the two of them love their days at the dog park! Here is a picture of the pair during one of their romps (Sakic on the left).
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Blue, now LuLu was adopted by Steven & Robby of Ft. Lauderdale. She now has a sibe brother, KoKo, who just adores her as much as her new parents do!
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Junior, now Lionel, was adopted by the Richards of Coral Springs. He is their only ‘furbaby’, so he’ll be very spoiled!
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Ice was adopted by Jonathan and his female husky Nikki of Miami. He’ll have a fresh new life with the both of them.
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Jasmine was adopted by the Takahashi family and is now Princess Jasmine! She has a little girl to play with and her new mommy loves to spoil her! Jasmine finally has a place to call her own and we are all quite happy for her and thankful to her new family!
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Sasha was about to be dumped at the local pound and volunteers, Jim and Miriam came to her rescue and adopted her…giving her a second chance and allowing her to know what it’s like to be loved. Sasha now has a sister sibe named Bandida (red/white) and they’ve become best buds.
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Tex was adopted by Alicia. Tex couldn’t have asked for a better ‘parent’; he’s so loved and taken care for – spoiled rotten…just what he deserves!! Alicia is also active with SFSHRI. Tex gained a new mommy and SFSHRI gained a great volunteer!
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Spice was adopted by the Rowell family… she’s in her new forever home and the family just adores her. Here is a picture of Spice and her new mommy, Mary.
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Chief adopted Lisa of Boca Raton. He now has 2 new doggie brothers, Van and Bobbi. He gets along well with both of them and Lisa is just so excited to have made Chief apart of her family. Lisa is also an active volunteer and foster; thanks Lisa!
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A pup once abandoned by his owner, Demon is now living the life he deserves with the Putnam family of Fort Lauderdale. The family has also become apart of our active volunteer ‘pack’.
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Here are the three happy (crazy) huskies: SFHSRI rescue dogs Mr. Bean and Pandora with their sibe sister Isabella all owned by SFSHRI volunteers, Bob & Priscilla
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Grizzly adopted the Adams family and they wouldn’t trade him in for nothing… he’s become quite comfortable with his new family and just adores his new family…especially all of his human siblings… not to mention his best dog-bud Sonny. Here he is enjoying one of the family ‘snow’ vacations… a true snow dog!
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Ice was adopted by John of Pompano. Ice now has a wonderful new daddy and also has 2 human kiddie siblings as well! He has become a great companion to this family.
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Sambuca was adopted by the Rodriguez family of Weston. Sambuca has a new sibe sister named Sitka.
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Kodiak (formerly Nanook) was adopted by his foster mommy, Maryann, of North Miami. He has a doggie sister named Maxine and a human brother to play with.
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Meesha was adopted by Carolyn of Miami. She is so happy that Meesha came into her life; she thinks she is pretty special and we bet Meesha thinks her new mommy is something special too.
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Sasha is doing great in her new home with the Gordon Family. She and the kids are inseparable, not to mention her and the pool. She loves it; she walks right down the stairs and does a few laps around the pool!
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Akiya has come a long way… brought into our rescue to stay with a wonderful foster family who showered her with love and patience and taught her just how good people can be. She is now heartworm negative and has gone to her new forever home with her new mommy Jennifer who lives in Davie. Akiya will have 2 new kitty cats as playmates.
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Tommy of Tamarac adopted Shadow & Garou – don’t these two huskies make a stunning pair?! We are so grateful to Tommy for giving not one, but two of our homeless huskies a place to call their forever home.
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Kozlak now reigns as King of the Kurbegov home. Here is a picture of the happy family – the Kurbegov’s are so happy to have made him apart of the family.
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Maxx is very pleased with his new home and two husky brothers! He and Loki spend countless hours playing tag and jumping around the way Nature intended in the outdoors. He is eating well and gets along well with everyone, even the cats, although they are not quite as fond of the game of tag as he is! He is learning new tricks every day, and has adapted well to crate training, which is for his own safety as he does have a penchant for jumping on top of furniture and tables! It is going very well I should say, and I have attached a photo to show his happiness and personality here at “Chateau Husky.” I am now sporting my new “got huskies?” sticker on my car, and fully agree that Huskies are like potato chips…you can’t have just one!
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Honey was adopted by the Koch family… here is what Honey’s new mommy wrote to us the same day they adopted her (Valentine’s Day):“I just wanted to say THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU….!!!!! Honey is an absolute sweetheart. She’s already made herself at home! Has taken over my bed! She and Spike, our chihuahua have already become fast friends, playing like two puppies should! Our children love her, and we are so happy!”
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Kekoa , now Nico , was adopted by Frank of Pembroke Pines. Kekoa was one day shy of being turned into a shelter by the owner when Frank met Nico and fell in love.
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Angel was adopted by the Alfonso Family in Coconut Creek. Angel and her mommy, Savannah, were brought to SFSHRI as strays with no where to go. The family fell in love with first sight of the little pup. Here is a picture of Crystal, Darrion, and Ashliegh holding Angel. She couldn’t have gotten a more loving (and active) home.
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Lucy was adopted by previous adopter and present volunteer, Steve of Miami. Lucy now has 2 other sibe siblings, Miya & Tema.
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Bullet was adopted by the Scoratow Family…After being neglected most of his life, Bullet was finally rescued by the Scoratow family; promising him a happy, fun-filled life. Bullet now has a little boy to play with and a very loving family who is crazy about him.
[UPDATE] Bullet is doing amazing.  An extremely lovable dog, was definitely abused though…..  He didn’t like dogs when we first got him.  Now he likes most, but not aggressive males.   He is a very secure dog now.  I can sit right next to him while he is playing with his favorite toy and pet him, before he would growl at us. He was so skinny when we got him.   He is so fat now and he doesn’t eat that much.  I am running him every day now.  He is starting to shed his pounds.    WE LOVE HIM!!!!  He is ridiculously spoiled!
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Sassi was adopted by Jo and Doug of Key West. She not only has new parents, but also gained a big sibe sister, Wyleigh. Sassi is getting along very well in her new home – they all love her very much. We have a feeling that we’ll see more pictures of her and her new family to come.
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Kingston was adopted by the Johnson family of Miami. Kingston will now have 2 cat siblings and 3 grandchildren who will visit to play with him. His new family is so happy to have made him apart of the family.
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Princess was adopted by the Duarte family of Pembroke Pines. After getting married and moving into a new home, they felt that it wouldn’t be complete without a family pet. They wanted nothing more than to give a rescue dog a second chance for a happy life, so we were thrilled that they chose Princess who seemed to have exactly what they were looking for in a husky – personality and energy!
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Cinnamon was adopted by the Keith & Tracy of Pembroke Pines. They wrote to us telling us how much they love and enjoy their new addition and that she is acclimating very well to her new surroundings and seems very comfortable in her new home. Cinny now has a furry playmate named Buddy and also has 3 human kids to romp around with. Seems that the family has caught that infamous ‘potato chip syndrome’ and has made room for another Husky… decision will be made soon on who the 2nd lucky Husky will be.
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The Moegerle Family adopted two rescue sibes; Nikki & Zeus. The second that Zeus met Nikki, there was an instant bond. The family is just in love with them both. Updated photos coming soon.
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Zulu(now Chey) was adopted by Mark and Vanessa of Miami Beach. Chey now has a German Sheppard/Rodhesian Ridgeback mix to romp around with. Chey we’re sure will become very popular as he will become a regular at the local South Beach dog park.
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Jude was adopted by the Bustamante family of Miami. Jude’s new family consists of a mommy, daddy, human boy & girl siblings, and a furry husky brother. Here is a photo of Jude and his daddy and sister on the day of his adoption.

This is the human sibling of the husky Dude.  I just wanted to take the time to write to you regarding Dude.  He is a wonderful dog and I just wanted to thank you for taking him in.  Once I get a duplicate picture of him with his husky brother I will send one.  He has been a pleasure to have in our home.  He enjoys spending time with his brother and being spoiled by the family in general.  Just letting you know how he is doing! Lots of Love, The Bustamante Family

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Meisha adopted Jaime & Mira as her new parents… she will also have a beagle brother, Theo, to romp and run with. She’ll be very happy in her new home.
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Duke was adopted by Kelsey of Coconut Creek and is very  happy with his new mommy. Duke has a new doggie buddy to romp around with and the two of them have become best buds.
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Savannah was adopted by TT in Ft Lauderdale and is doing very well in her new home. She now has other doggie pals to play with.
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Bella was adopted by Mary – Mary unfortunately lost her previous SFSHRI husky, Spice, to a bout of cancer. In looking to help fill the void left by Spice, Mary called us in search for a new love of her life… she wanted a dog that ‘needed her’… and enter, Bella. This sweet girl has been through a lot in her young life.  Although we do not know the exact circumstances of her life before us, we are certain that she was the victim of physical abuse.  We are also fairly certain that she was thrown from a speeding vehicle onto the streets where we found her, as evidenced by the road rash on her legs. Bella was a very scared little girl when she came to us, but with the right foster family she has blossomed into a wonderful girl.  Bella needed someone patient and kind to shower her with affection and love; to learn that the touch of a human hand can bring belly rubs and caresses, not physical pain. We think that she couldn’t have found a more caring, loving person than with Mary. This was a very happy ending.
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Adopter alumni’s Bob & Kathy of Coral Springs who adopted Jesse in 2002; have now adopted their long-time foster boy, Ozzie. As you can see in the photo – Jesse and Ozzie are one happy pair!
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Jazz was adopted by Elia of Miami. Elia fell in love with Jazz during one of our events and well…it was destined that Jazz be his furbaby. Jazz was with her foster family for 8 months and so we are all very happy for Jazz that she’ll finally have a permanent place to call ‘home’.
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Adopted by the Hernandez family – Casper is doing well and has learned to become spoiled. He now has a sibe sister named, Sasha.
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Tundra was brought in as a stray and when his owners were found, they didn’t want him anymore. He was transferred from the Key West shelter up to our rescue vet in Plantation . Within a couple of days, a SFSHRI volunteer, Adam, agreed to foster Tundra. It was inevitable that he’d form an instant bond with this furball as Tundra is such an easy going boy. Within a couple of weeks, Adam made Tundra permanently his.
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The Finke Family adopted Jada back in December 2002 and now have made Kuna apart of their family as well. SFSHRI volunteer, Jaime couldn’t resist the ‘cuteness’ of Kuna when she helped out at a PetSmart event that Kuna came out to. Within the couple of hours, Jaime knew that she had to make Kuna hers. convincing her parents that just one more wouldn’t hurt. Kuna was surrendered by her owner along with her sister, Nanuk, at a local animal shelter. Kuna has now 2 sisters, Jada and Shelby (a black lab). She is doing wonderfully with her new family. Picture is from the day Jaime fell in love.Kuna is in her lap and Jada to her side.
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Meeko was adopted by Lesia & Tom of Deerfield Beach . This amazing little boy will have a wonderful new home where he’ll be loved and cared for indefinitely.
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Jenny was adopted by Michael & Marie of Miami. After fostering this sweet little girl how could they let her go?! We are happy that she’s found her permanent home with them.
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Russ & Mary Ann of Plantation adopted Nanuk . it was love at first sight for them when they saw this little red/white bundle of fur. She’s going to be happy in her new home with her very own lazy boy!
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Nikki now has a permanent home where she’ll be spoiled rotten by Joseph & Mary of Pembroke Pines. Nikki also inherited a human little girl to play with! We are certain that Nikki will live happily with her new family.
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Shai was adopted by the Samuel Family who are also volunteer’s for SFSHRI and were fostering her. She’s doing wonderful in her new home and they wouldn’t trade her for the world!
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Willow was adopted by Jerry – love at first sight for Jerry as who couldn’t fall head over heals for this siberian cutie! Willow once on the path to be put to sleep by her owners is now living the good life with Jerry in their plush pad in Hollywood.
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Wolfie was adopted by the wonderful Catanach Family of Miami. When Wolfie and our volunteers arrived at his new home there was a welcome sign on the door and in the living room made just for him. We are so happy that this wonderful boy found the perfect family to love him forever.
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Sabrina was adopted by her foster parents, Judy and Erin of Davie. Sabrina not only has new parents but a new sibe sister as well. We are very happy for Sabrina as she’s come a long way to find the family that would love her forever.
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Summer was adopted by her foster mommy and volunteer, Sue, of Ft Lauderdale. These two gals can be found making routine trips to the dog park to play with her many husky friends; Summer is labeled ‘Ms Social Butterfly’.
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Koda was adopted by Rodney & Jen – as it was love at first site for them when they saw Koda listed on our website. Koda gets to romp an play with his new 5 year old human sister too! We are all so very happy that Koda got a new home for the hoidays!
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Allustriel (now named Dallas) was given a wonderful home by Darna and her son, Mark. They are so in love with her and assured us that she’ll be one spoiled rotten little girl. We are so happy that this little girl got such a loving home as she was with our rescue for almost a year. Dallas is wonderful, she is so much fun.  My boys are crazy about her and so am I (she knows it too).
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Zack was adopted by volunteer, Diane of Ft. Lauderdale. She fostered Zack and just couldn’t bear to part with him. She says that he has such a sweet gentle spirit and she feels that they are definitely kindred souls. She feels that its such a good match, like it was divinely inspired – we think so too!
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Major (once Tella) was adopted by Lisa and John of Pembroke Pines. She is loving her new forever home – going for walks, sleeping in bed, lounging on the couch to watch tv, and romping around with her new sibe brother, Sergeant! Her new parents love her so much; she’s already become ‘Daddy’s Little Girl’.
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Nikita (aka Niki) has adopted Jesse and Victoria. Besides a new mommy and daddy, she now has a new sibe brother named Shadow. She is adjusting well to her new home and we are very happy that she is going to be forever loved.
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Love at first site – Brandy was adopted by Anthony & Lisa of Boynton Beach upon seeing her for the first time. She loves to play with their 2 kids and with her new furbrother, Copper – not to mention likes to cuddle with her mommy (as shown)!
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Kosmo was adopted by Mason family of Weston. Kosmo enjoys getting belly rubs and running in the yard playing with his 2 new sister human siblings.
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Tatiana (Tati) was adopted by her foster parents and volunteers, Chi & Matt of Weston! Tati has a few new fur-siblings: a sibe big sister named Nikita and three kitties: Ping, Pong & Oreo. Here is what Tati’s mommy wrote to us: ” Tati is doing wonderful and we are so happy we decided to keep her.  She gives lots of kisses to all of us!  She plays Hide and Go Seek with Oreo everyday!  It’s hysterical! “
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Blade was adopted by the Abramson family of N. Miami Beach . This loveable boy will get to romp and play with his 2 new human brothers and get lots of belly rubs by his new mommy and daddy. We hope to hear more from the family once he is settled in.
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Past adopter Mary caught the potato chip syndrome and has adopted another little girl, Gypsy! Bella loves her new sister and they also love to play with Mary’s grandson Eddie who comes to visit.
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The Suppa Family in Coral Springs fell in love with and adopted Ruby. Ruby has a wonderful home now with a wonderful new mommy & daddy and 2 human boy siblings to love her and take good care of her.
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The Fernandez Family of Miami adopted little man Pach. This active little guy now has a big family to call his own; he’ll get to run and play with the families 3 kids and get lots of love and attention from his mommy and daddy. A great happy ending!
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Sammy & Big Red were both adopted by their foster family – The Weinstein’s of Miami . The Weinstein family is actively involved with SFSHRI and we are so happy to have them as part of our ‘family’. Sammy & Big Red now have another sibe brother named Koda. From left to right: Jerry with Sammy, Ari with Big Red and Bobbie with Koda. The potato chip syndrome strikes again!
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Elife was adopted by her foster mommy, Bonny, of Miami . Not only did Elfie gain a new mommy but also a big brother Husky, Shunka. Elfie and Shunka are mad about one another and are perfect together! Here is a photo of them snuggled up with one another!
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Maxxy was adopted by his foster daddy, Richard. Maxxy has gained not only a new daddy, but alos another sibe brother.
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Benny was adopted by his foster daddy, Steve. He’ll now enjoy a permanent vacation of the sun and surf on beautiful Miami Beach.
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Tiffany was adopted by Byron & Gina. Tiffany has gained lots of animal siblings: doggie named Tater (who will be her best bud), Pumpkin the cat, Lilly & Abby the rabbits, 2 birds, a bearded dragon, 4 fish and hermit crabs! Tiffany’s new parents fell in love with her when they first laid eyes on her at one of our Petco events. We are so happy that Tiffany found her forever loving home! Here she is pictured with Tater, Pumpkin and Lilly & Abby.
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Pat and Lew of Plantation, fell in love with Sophie upon first sight. This sweetheart of a gal has found her forever home and her foster parents, as well as everyone with the rescue, are so overjoyed with happiness for her!
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The potato chip syndrome struck Darna as she adopts her 2 nd SFSHRI Husky, Ivan (She previously adopted Allustrial -now Dallas 1/14/05 ). Ivan and Dallas are best buds and Darna couldn’t be happier with her furbabies!
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Triano (Now Jasper) was adopted upon first sight by Peter of Plantation. Jasper is very fond of his new daddy; he’s one happy furbaby!
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Skimo (Now Morgan) was adopted by Doug & Lynn of Coral Springs. Skimo now has a new doggie buddy named Bailey that he can play with – he’s going to be one spoiled pooch!
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Once again the potato chip syndrome has struck previous adopter, Elia of Miami Beach. Elia has adopted his foster baby, Tyler.making him the proud daddy of two girls. Tyler and Jazz have a blast playing together. (no new photo so use one from website)
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Sonny (Now Money) with his new Mom Shannon and human brother Robert and new Sib brother, Liebherr. Money and Liebherr are like peas in a pod – so happy to play and be with each other
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Love at first sight fell upon Jennifer and David when they saw Triana. They are so happy to have her as apart of their lives.
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Lobo went to his new mommy and daddy (Peggy & Harold) sight unseen. They heard all about him and were more than pleasantly surprised with handsome boy, Lobo, popped out of the backseat of our volunteer transporter’s truck. It was love at first sight! Lobo instantly bonded with them as well as with his new sibe brother, Max.
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Jacqueline of Boca Raton adopted Kiara (now Kiersha). This little girl is going to be spoiled rotten by her new mommy (just the way we like all of our dogs!)
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Ezra was adopted by Chris & Jeneane of Miami, FL. Renting for seven years and having landlords tell them ‘no pets allowed’ they finally got themselves the house they always wanted and the dog that they’ve always dreamed of. Chris and Jeneane are such proud new parents and we’re sure that they’ll give him the forever home that Ezra’s always dreamed of.
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Coda was adopted by Robin of Tamarac. Coda struck gold with Robin as she expects to spoil him with days at the beach, dog parks, walks, and trips. Robin is thrilled to have Coda in her life and we are happy that we were able to provide her with a forever fur-buddy.
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Rosie (formerly Sia) was adopted by her foster parents, Wendy and Henry. Rosie now has 3 furry siblings: sibe brother Miecko, sibe sister Sammie, and another sibe sister Ghost.
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Dakhota was adopted by Tommy of North Lauderdale. It was love at first site when Tommy met with Dakhota. We think that Dakhota is going to be one lucky boy as he’ll be loved and cared for as he should and deserves.
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Love at first sight – Nike was adopted by SFSHRI volunteers, Greg and Debbie. Nike’s new sibe brother, Sky, is getting used to the idea of having a little brother around. We are sure that Nike will be nothing but pampered by his new mommy and daddy – yeah, another happy success story!
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Nia (now Luna) was adopted by 2-time adopters, Rick & Kim. Thunder was the first potato chip and Luna makes two. In addition to a new furbaby, the couple also welcomes a beautiful baby girl to the family! Luna & Thunder are doing great – what a perfect pair! This photo is of them lounging and enjoying a beautiful South Florida day.
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Nikita Rose was adopted at first sight by Jim and Lynn. In addition to new parents, Nikita Rose has also been adopted by 3 kitty siblings: John Lennon, Jake and Figaro. Jim and Lynn are so happy to fill their home once again with the sweet sounds of a Siberian Husky .
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William & Clara fell in love with Sapphire when they saw her photo, but ultimately it was up to their 2 other furry kids, Sondra and Sheba , if Sapphire was to join their pack.  After a meet & greet all 3 were peas in a pod and Sapphire went home with her new family!  This baby girl got a wonderful family and we hope that she remains forever happy!
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The Simpson family adopted Lobo; falling in love with their foster boy was easy and that is what happened with this family after they decided that he was to be a permanent family member. Lobo is so happy in his home; he has human siblings to walk and play with him and a mommy and daddy who love him dearly.
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Blu was adopted by Clement & Loretta. Blu has a new fur-brother to play with –  another Siberian Husky named, Dice. The two of them bonded instantly and we’re sure that Blu is going to love her forever home.
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Hogan adopted his foster parents, Rio and Steve – He decided that he wanted to be a permanent member of the family and Rio and Steve thought.’what’s one more’. Hogan has 2 dog buds to play with (S achi and Coco ) as well as 3 cat buds too!
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Saki (formerly Diesel) was adopted by Mike. Saki enjoys his days on the dog beach, running and playing with other doggie playmates. His daddy says that he swims more than any lab he’s ever seen. Saki also has an 11 yr old rottweiler sister named Jazmine.
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Xander was adopted by his foster parents, Jesse & Victoria. They caught the potato chip syndrome as Xander is their 2 nd SFSHRI rescue – their first was Nikita in 2005. Xander is doing so well in his new home with his sibe sister – a happy ending.
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Stella & Mickey were adopted by Ryan & Gina, once more the potato chip syndrome hit. they just about have a sled team! We are very happy for these two rescues as they’ve been through so much in their short lifetime. They are very happy with Ryan & Gina.
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Kayla & Kody were adopted out together by Arnold of Ft Lauderdale. At first Arnold fell in love with Kody when he met him, however when he met with Kayla he knew that he just had to have them both. The potato chip syndrome strikes again! Another happy ending!
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Zoro was adopted by Noreen of Miami. At first the little feisty pup was a handful (as aren’t they all?), however he has managed to win over Noreen’s heart and with some love, patience, and training (grey hair too), Zoro has turned out to be such a good little boy. He’s happy in his new home and we are happy that Norren survived the terrible sibe puppy syndrome. In addition to a new mommy, Zoro now has a new sibe brother, Navy.
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Cajun adopted the Elam Family! What started out to be a foster, the Elam ‘s just couldn’t bear to think about giving him up after one week in their home. He has bonded with his new sibe sister, Qwyn – the two of them wrestle and play together great!  He just adores her as well as his sister lab, Zar, too!  He is getting used to playing with toys as he never knew what they meant in his previous home.  The same goes for being pet as he didn’t know what that was all about when he first came into their home. Now he LOVES to get attention and affection; he’ll jump on you and dig his head into your chest.  This is a photo of him and his human brother, Jared; lounging on the couch.
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Demon was adopted by the Nadeau Family. Everyone at SFSHRI knows how much Demon deserved a loving home; as he’s touched so many of our volunteers; especially the ones that took him for walks/runs/roller-blading while he was being boarded at our rescue vet. We are so overjoyed that he has found a wonderful home and with a loving family who is just as happy as he is to be apart of their family.
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Dodge has a wonderful new family who’ll spoil him the way he should. His mommy and daddy saw him on the SFSHRI website up for adoption and they fell in love with his photo and knew they had to have him. Dodge gains new parents as well as a human sibling brother who will become his best buddy.
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Hunter was adopted by Gary, who fell in love with Hunter upon first sight. Hunter loves his new daddy and enjoys playing with his new sibe sister, Princess.
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Arizona , now Xander, was adopted by Shaun & Kelly. After fostering him for a couple of weeks, they fell in love with this loveable guy and knew they just couldn’t part with him. Xander is very  happy with his new family and we are equally as happy for having them apart of our husky family.
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Margie and Roly adopted Heidi upon first site. their adopted husky, Yukon , and her became best buds and it’s a very a happy success story for this one. We expect that Heidi will love her new papered lifestyle.
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Miko is adopted by his foster parents, the Eggert family. Didn’t take long until they knew that Miko would be a permanent fixture in their home.
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Casanova, now Duke, was adopted by his awesome foster family. he now has other furry siblings – another doggie and a ferret! He came to us very ill from a local animal shelter. The Hilty family came forth and took him under their wings and gave him the best medicine.love!
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Cherokee is happily living out the rest of his life in a forever foster home. Volunteer and past SFSHR adopter, Robin, has been showering him with all the love, affection and toys that this boy could ever want. His family dumped him off a kill-shelter at 12 years old just because they were moving and couldn’t take him with them. He’s such a love bug and we are so pleased to have gotten him out of what could’ve been a horrible ending to his precious life. Thanks Robin!!
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Tana & Draven are now in a forever adoptive home with a volunteer and past SFSHRI adopter, Kelly. They were 2 out of 4 dogs that were owned by a very close sibe rescue friend of the SFSHRI founders – she passed away leaving them behind and no one to care for them. Now they are doing wonderfully in their new loving home.
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Zeus was adopted by his foster parents on his 9 th birthday.  Here is a note from Zeus: “I celebrated my 9 birthday this week and wanted to let you know that my foster Mommy and Daddy along with the kids said that since I’m part of their pack I might as well stay.   I’m SO happy I have my forever home.   I had it planned all along. I’ve been having so much fun playing with the new baby girl Sasha.    And they think I’m an old fart, LOL.   I can out run that crazy girl any day. Love ya, Zeus”
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Potato Syndrome strikes again. Sirus was adopted by his foster daddy, Tom. Sirus has a sibe brother, Kodi who Tom also adopted thru SFSHRI.
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Dixie was adopted by Jack & Odila – it was love at first sight when they visited her at our rescue vet. Dixie is treated like the queen of the household – every sibe divas dream!
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Miko was adopted by his foster parents, Kevin and Christina. It was to not be resisted.as soon as Miko came into their home he was quite smitten and knew that he’d found his forever home!
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Austin & Sky have been adopted by volunteers & previous SFSHRI adopters, Rob & Adrienne. Now making this their 3 rd SFSHRI adoption, Rob & Ade found themselves unable to tear away from this magnificent pair. Austin & Sky have been thru such major events in their young lives that it is truly a blessing that such a family has come to their rescue. Please read about the peril of Austin & Sky’s human sibling, Chris, as his family tried so hard to not let this pair go but had no choice as they had to do what was best for them. Chris’ parents trusted SFSHRI to take good care of their son’s furbabies as the family takes care of a home in shambles; their lives never the same. Read and see photos about their incredible journey to now what is their forever home. Thank you to all of the SFSHRI volunteers who made this possible.Read Story Here

Pictures of the journey

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Foster daddy, Steve, couldn’t resist adopting this bundle of love!  Taz (now known as Jake), is the apple of Steve’s eye.and we think that the feeling is mutual. Here is a picture of Jake giving his new daddy some lovin’.
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Shiloh was adopted by Melvin & Sharon of Miami. She is their little spoiled princess.
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The Rosner Family adopted cutie-pie Kayla (formerly Gwen). This little girl came to us from a death row shelter and then into the hands of this loving family who thinks the world of her. From this photo, she truly has a ‘husky smile’.
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Montana adopted William & Louise after meeting them at SFSHRI’s annual Howl-o-weenie picnic. He knew that this family would provide him with his forever home. Not only did Montana get a new mommy & daddy, but he also gained a new sister named Bear, who is an Australian Shepard mix.
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Silvy was adopted by her foster parents, Andrea & Miguel. Silvy has completed their family; we are all so happy for her
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Rusty was adopted by Michael & Jacqueline of Miami Beach. Love at first sight when they took him home – they knew this red headed boy was there to stay forever. These new parents are so thankful for Rusty and are just in puppy love!
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Potato Chip Syndrome strikes again… Matt & Chi fell in love with this awesome little boy when he came to their house as a short-term foster. Rocky made himself at home and has now become apart of their family. He now has a sibe sister – another SFSHRI sibe rescue, Tatiana, and 3 kitties.
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Bodie, now Dakota, was adopted by Denise & Rick of Hollywood. Besides gaining new parents, he also now has a sibe sister, Aspen. Once in a shelter with no place to call home, Dakota is now living in a wonderful home with a family who absolutely adores him. Here is a photo of him and Aspen playing.
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It was love at first sight when Kathryne & Douglas met Andy for the first time. Andy now has a new family to call his own, including a new sibe sister named Keita.
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Another case of potato chip syndrome strikes for Shaun & Kelly…adopting their adorable red/white foster girl, Ayla. This making their 2nd adopted husky from SFSHRI – their first was Xander.
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This little boy has been thru so much in his early life and SFSHRI is happy to announce that Koby has been adopted by his foster mommy, Bobbi. He now has a forever home that he shares with his new sister, Tallulah. Just look at this handsome pair and how proud Koby looks to be apart of this family
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This little cutie pie has a new family to call her own.  Sky had to be given back to the rescue from her former adopter due to health reasons.  She had a rough adjustment because it was such a loving and caring home but once Sky got her “smile” back, she has found a new home with new mom Angela, new human sisters Brittnay, twins Allison & Sydney and new doggie sister Una.  They all now live in Miramar.  Sky adjusted almost immediately to her new home when she was welcomed onto Angela’s bed and proceeded to crawl under the covers and snuggle with all of her new “girls”.  Brittnay has been a volunteer for our rescue for about 2 years now and has been around many of our rescue dogs so we knew that it was only a matter of time before they had a husky to call their own.
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Ron & Isis fell in love with Falla and have made her apart of their family. They already have two 12 year old huskies too! Falla is going to have such a wonderful life in her new husky-filled home!
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Yann & Roberta fell in love with Lady upon first sight. She loves their family beach outings very much – she even has her own doggie boating vest! They’re 3 children love to walk Lady and show her off. Lady is one lucky dog!
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A New Family for Jasmine & Goliath! These 2 pups are loving their new home sweet home. Thank you to the Lawler family for giving 2 rescue dogs a forever home!
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Aspen was adopted by Chris and AnnMarie Newbury.  She is in love with her brother Ely.  She is embracing her new life with zest.  A new happy family.
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Buddy has a new home with Milagros & family.
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Karyn & her two sons, Shawn & Bryan from Sanford, FL adopted sweetie-pie Heart! What a wonderful family this little girl will have – we are so happy for her!
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Unfortunately, there is a need for Siberian Husky rescue groups because their owners are not familiar with the breed or informed as to their characteristics and traits.
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South Florida Siberian Husky Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit organization. We assist in finding homes for abused / neglected and abandoned purebred Siberian Huskies.
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South Florida Siberian Husky Rescue, Inc. operates on a simple philosophy: We believe that every dog deserves a chance for a quality life.
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A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free 1-800-435-7352.
Florida State Registration number is #CH12548. 100% of each contribution received by SFSHR, Inc. goes towards the care and placement of the rescue dogs in our care.
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