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Canine Hydrotherapy

Canine hydrotherapy

From time immemorial, humankind has looked to water for survival, health and healing. Going back as far as the fifth century, Hippocrates prescribed baths in fresh spring water to cure a plethora of illnesses. The Romans and Egyptians are also well known to have used a combination of hot and cold water, in often ornate…

Husky Rescue Sleepathon

Nikki vd Westhuizen Pretorius ‎ September 26 · Krugersdorp Thank you again to our incredibly generous sponsors – this event would not have been possible without you! And thank you to those with a sense of adventure and braved a night in run with the dogs – we’re very sure it was a night you’ll…

Foster a Fluffy Husky

Fostering a dog is when a person takes a dog into their home and cares for as it their own until such time a permanent home becomes available to this dog. Fostering can happen in the following circumstances: when there isn’t space at the Haven for the dog when the dog needs special care that…

94.7 Cycle Challenge

On 14 November 2015, Border Collie Rescue and Husky Rescue South Africa partnered up with Barking Army for their annual 94.7 Cycle Challenge to ride for a cause. Partnering with Border Collie Rescue is a natural partnership for Husky Rescue SA. Both organisations are passionate about their respective breeds of dogs, take great care in…

Spaying and Neutering

SPAYING YOUR BITCH PUPPY As with neutering a male dog, there are also many advantages to spaying a bitch.  The procedure is done under general anaesthetic by your veterinarian from about six months of age. Spayed bitches and neutered dogs make the best family pets. By Louise Thompson Accredited animal behaviour Consultant Unless you have a…

Husky health

Husky Health

Spaying/Neutering your puppy is important especially if you are not going to breed with them. We really don’t encourage breeding of huskies as there are already so many without homes. Most rescue dogs will already have been spayed or neutered when they reach their new home. Spaying a bitch reduces their chances of developing cancer…