Why do you spay and neuter the dogs you adopt out

Siberian Husky TipsWe feel strongly—and actually insist—that all our rescues be spayed or neutered before they are adopted. There are simply too many unwanted dogs out there whose basic needs—food, water, shelter, and love—are not being met, and we don’t want to add to the population.

People may think they’d like to breed their beloved pet to produce more animals they can cuddle, or to let their dog “experience motherhood,” or to offer their children the experience of witnessing one of nature’s miracles; we know they mean well, but the chances are pretty good that any puppies that might result from their breeding would wind up going to either a shelter or a rescue group for placement.

In addition, some breeds are prone to genetic diseases that, unless averted by the thorough research by a responsible breeder into the lineage of their intended breeding pair, may be perpetuated in future litters. There is no way to check on a rescued dog’s parents—because we don’t know who they are—to see if they are genetically prone to these problems. We have been in dog rescue long enough to see too many dogs euthanized because the population exceeds the number of good available homes for them.

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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