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Welcome to Husky Rescue South Africa

Our mission is to adopt and save as many as we can. Helping those that are helpless because of who we are and reduce the number of homeless Siberian Huskies & other Nordic Breeds while improving the welfare and education of Domestic Animals.

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Our area of operation is large and we cannot do the work without the support of the community. There are many ways to assist, by volunteering, by regular donation, by assisting with fund raising – just contact us for more information.

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Meet our Dogs available for Adoption

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SOME OF OUR DOGS THAT NEED A SPECIAL HOME

An increase in demand results in an increase of supply and as a result irresponsible backyard breeders have flooded neighborhoods with puppies without educating people on the very specific needs of these breeds of dogs. Families have found themselves unable or unwilling to accommodate the needs of the dogs and dogs are found roaming the streets, abandoned or even worse; abused. Hence the need for an organisation like ours.

It has become evident that people are ill-informed and ignorant to the very specific needs of the breed. To compound the issue of ignorance, back-yard breeding has increased the number of husky puppies available to the public and husky owners are purchasing pets with bad bloodlines and genetic defects.

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How can you Help?

At Husky Rescue, its all about the animals. In order to complete our mission of rescuing pets, nursing them back to health, and adopting them into their new forever homes, we need all the help we can get from our amazing volunteers. Without the work of our volunteers, none of this would be possible.

Woolworths MySchool Card – Simply apply for your card online HERE or change your beneficiatry to Husky Rescue Southern Africa HERE.  Every swipe really does count!

SAINTs Animal Charity Shop Guilt-free shopping as all proceeds go to the animals!

Sponsor a Siberian Husky has one of the haven dogs snuck into your heart? Do you feel like you want to make a difference in that particular dog’s life and you’re not in the position to take him or her home? You can become that particular dog’s sponsor for the month

Sponsorship Money makes the world go around and it’s no different for Husky Rescue South Africa. We cannot provide for the dogs and ensure that they’re well taken care of without the donations from our our loyal sponsors.

Volunteer looking for a little food for the soul? Spend a bit of time at Husky Haven. This isn’t a normal shelter. Dogs live in large, beautifully kept enclosures or runs where they have ample access to water and shade and enough space to move around in.

Fostering You may be able to help through offering one of our beautiful dogs a foster home.

Fundraising is one of the critical ways in which we are able to continue to grow as an animal welfare organisation on a continual basis. It is also an opportunity to get to know you – our supporter – and work with you to keep changing animals’ lives. .

Leave a Bequest bequests make an enormous difference in the lives of the animals we help.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors

Husky Rescue South Africa would not be able to rehabilitate and re-home the dogs that we do without the help of our generous sponsors.

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Donations

100% of your donation is used towards Husky Rescue South Africa.

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Husky Haven Address

22 Sunset Drive
Krugersdorp
Gauteng

Located in: Elandsdrift, Lanseria

Husky Haven Directions

From Westrand:
Ttake the N14 North, take the Lanseria offramp & turn left onto Malibongwe Drive.
Drive 1,6km. At traffic light, Turn left onto Elandsdrift Road. (To the right is R552 Fourways)
Drive 2,8km. Look out for the Nooigedacht sign, turn left onto Sunset Drive.
Drive 1km. It is the 3rd property on the left, no 22 Sunset drive.
The Husky Rescue banners will be up outside the property.

From Pretoria:
Take the N14 South, take the Lanseria offramp & turn right onto Malibongwe Drive.
Drive 1,6km. At traffic light, Turn left onto Elandsdrift Road. (To the right is R552 Fourways)
Drive 2,8km. Look out for the Nooigedacht sign, turn left onto Sunset Drive.
Drive 1km. It is the 3rd property on the left, no 22 Sunset drive.
The Husky Rescue banners will be up outside the property.

From Johannesburg:
Take the N1, take the Malibongwe Drive offramp & turn north onto Malibongwe Drive. Drive 13,6km.
Cross the N14 highway.
At traffic light, Turn left onto Elandsdrift Road. (To the right is R552 Fourways)
Drive 2,8km. Look out for the Nooigedacht sign, turn left onto Sunset Drive.
Drive 1km. It is the 3rd property on the left, no 22 Sunset drive.
The Husky Rescue banners will be up outside the property.

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