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The Siberian Husky Club of Victoria provides a non-profit rescue and re-homing service for stranded Siberian Huskies in Victoria, Australia. The Club finds a new loving, life-long home for unwanted Siberian Huskies. We make every effort to match a dog with prospective owners, taking into account:
The dog’s history as given by the previous owner
Temperament, sociability and general personality characteristics
Health and age of the dog
We have successfully re-homed many dogs since the service was established in the mid 1990’s. However, our resources are limited and can often be stretched. We don’t have a dedicated premises – the service is run from (and rescue dogs are fostered in) our own volunteer’s back yards. In times of over-load, our priorities (in order) will be:
Serving the best interest of our own Club members and their kennels.
Rescue of dogs sourced from shelters etc on a fixed ‘time limit.’
Re-homing dogs from private households where the dog continues to reside at the original home until a new home can be found.