Contact Us

We are a volunteer organization, please use the form below to contact us with any questions.

Who to Contact

Joanne van Niekerk
Founder & Manager of the Haven

Email: joanne@huskyrescue.org.za
Cell: 082 851 9576

Siobhan Kelly
Manager Volunteer Services

Email: siobhan@huskyrescue.org.za
Cell: 083 399 3999

Ian Jones
Manager Volunteer Services

Email: ian@huskyrescue.org.za
Cell: 076 431 3896

Joy Holmes
Manager Volunteer Services

Email: joy@huskyrescue.org.za
Cell: 082 870 6512

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Husky Haven Address

Husky Haven Directions

Find us on the map

22 Sunset Drive
Krugersdorp
Gauteng

Located in: Elandsdrift, Lanseria

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.

Before considering this lovely breed

Siberian Huskies were bred to run and run and run. They are VERY independent, self-confident, “what-me-worry?” types. They would rather see what’s on the other side of that hill than worry about getting lost.

If you don’t keep a Siberian on a leash or in a properly fenced yard (6-foot fence) or kennel, sooner or later they WILL run off, we promise you that. So you have 200 acres? The size of your acreage is not a natural barrier or deterrent. And they certainly do not look both ways when crossing streets, either! No matter how expert your dog-training skills, you will not be able to “teach” a Siberian not to run any more that a retriever can be trained not to retrieve, or a Border Collie not to herd.