My name is Bryce & Broadie!

Siberian Husky Mix Dog for adoption in Boyertown, Pennsylvania - Bryce & Broadie
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MaPaw Siberian Husky Rescue and Referral Service

Facts about Bryce & Broadie

  • Breed: Siberian Husky Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Good boys Bryce and Brodie are in rescue because their human broke his hip and is no longer able to properly care for them. These boys are friendly with people, including children. They’ve spent most of their time in just each other’s company, so it isn’t known how well they get along with other dogs and animals. Bryce and Brodie are crate trained and well behaved in the house. They’re good on leashes and do well in the car, which is good news because both enjoy walks and hikes. Neither of the boys are food or toy possessive. Each of them know a couple of basic commands but they’re reportedly good listeners, so they could potentially learn a few more. Brodie has been known to jump and has escaped from time to time, but neither of the boys are diggers. All in all Bryce and Brodie are great guys!

About MaPaw Siberian Husky Rescue and Referral Service

About Our Rescue Group...

Mapaw Siberian Husky Rescue is an organization dedicated to the caring and placement of Siberian Husky dogs into loving, permanent homes through adoption and referral services.
Our 501(c)3 Organization consists of experienced and concerned Siberian Husky owners and trainers who "foster" dogs given up by their owners or abandoned in animal shelters. Dogs placed into our care come into our homes where we can evaluate the personality and temperament of each dog and provide emotional and medical needs.
Unfortunately, there is a need for rescue groups for each and every breed of dog as well as mixed breeds. A great deal of time and effort is spent in relocating Siberian Huskies who would otherwise be abandoned by their owner or euthanized in animal shelters.

Many wonderful, caring Siberian Huskies are in need of new homes because their owners were not familiar with the breed and not informed as to their characteristics and traits. Owners looking for a guard dog find the Siberian Husky to be far too friendly and sociable.
Our knowledge of Siberian Huskies and individual attention to each rescue dog enables us to place the dog into a home where the family's lifestyle and dog's personality are compatible resulting in a rewarding and lasting relationship. Due to the Siberian Husky's high prey drive
we do not recommend this breed in a home with cats or other
small pets.

Rescue dogs have received all required vaccinations, heartworm preventative and have been spayed or neutered. A home visit will be arranged to aid in a smooth transition and we continue to be available at any time to assist with any questions or concerns about the dog.
An adoption application is completed indicating the sex, age, color, and type of dog you prefer. The application also helps us understand any specific needs your lifestyle or environment may require, such as children, other pets, etc. Personal and vet references are also requested.

Once an application has been reviewed we can guide you to dogs within our rescue system that we feel would be well suited to your needs. If a specific dog is of interest we will arrange a meeting between you and the dog(s) and introduce them to family members. Upon taking ownership of a rescue dog an Adoption Agreement is required, which includes neutering, shots, heartworm bloodwork and parasite preventative.

You can shop using service when you shop for goods online. All proceeds go to helping care for the unwanted animals in our care. You could also become a foster home for one of our rescued pack by filling out the foster home application form. If you have other ways or ideas that might help us in our mission please e-mail us at

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Our Adoption Process...

We require an application (available at to be completed and approved before any dog is shown. Adoptive homes must be within a 100 mile radius of the Boyertown, PA region.

*Please Note:
Due to the Siberian Husky's high prey drive
we do not recommend this breed in a home with cats or other
small pets.