Husky Halfway House Foundation

A 121130 S 4180 Rd, Eufaula, OK 74432 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Contact
Jenni Dietsch
Phone
Email
Website

Pets at Husky Halfway House Foundation

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

Falcor

Male, Adult
Husky

Max

Male, Adult
Husky

Photo of Zues

Zues

Male, Adult
Husky

Photo of Clyde

Clyde

Male, Adult
Husky

Photo of Bonnie

Bonnie

Female, Adult
Husky

Photo of Coffey

Coffey

Male, Adult
Husky

Photo of Princess_3

Princess_3

Female, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Princess_2

Princess_2

Male, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Princess_4

Princess_4

Male, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Princess_5

Princess_5

Female, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Princess_7

Princess_7

Male, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Princess_8

Princess_8

Male, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Princess_1

Princess_1

Male, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Benny

Male, Adult
Mixed Breed (Medium) / Husky

Jack

Male, Adult
Husky

Alfa

Male, Adult
Husky

Photo of Astrid

Astrid

Female, Adult
Husky

Photo of Spirit_2

Spirit_2

Female, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Spirit_1

Spirit_1

Female, Puppy
Siberian Husky

Photo of Kane

Kane

Male, Adult
Husky

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Areas Husky Halfway House Foundation Serves

United States

Husky Halfway House Foundation's Adoption Process

1. Submit Application

2. Approve Application

3. Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

4. Interview

5. Approve Application

6. Sign Adoption Contract

7. Pay Fee

FInal step would be to take home your new family member.

About Husky Halfway House Foundation

We are committed and wholeheartedly dedicated to providing family and emergency services involving rescuing, sheltering, fostering, vetting, adoption and transportation of
"at risk" or "death row" husky and other large dog breeds.

Our goal is to not only provide these services in larger facilities than we currently have but also to use our resources to educate and raise public awareness on the benefits of properly caring for and keeping their pets and/or adopting from shelters and not shopping from breeders.

Our mission is to share our knowledge on the pro's of spay and neuter, the cons of backyard breeding and provide sound advice and services that help the community manage their day to day with their furry family members. Together, we can greatly reduce the number of unaltered, unvaccinated animals in our communities and put a dent in the homeless population by providing access to family services as well as spay, neuter and chip id programs.

Come Meet Husky Halfway House Foundation's Pets

Make a donation to Husky Halfway House Foundation to help homeless pets find homes

https://paypal.me/huskyhalfwayhouse