Partner with us to save huskies in need! We are looking for monthly commitments from our amazing supporters to keep up with all of these dogs! Please consider sponsoring a dog's medical bills, adoption fee, or make an ongoing donation to support our rescue.
Who is Husky Halfway House?
We are a 501c3 nonprofit husky rescue located in the beautiful tourist destination of Eufaula, Oklahoma. Husky Halfway House began out of necessity due to the high number of shelter euthanasia in Oklahoma, many of whom are huskies as they are known for their adventurous spirit. We have had the privilege of assisting the local authorities in taking down an illegal puppy farm and providing animal control to the community. We have rescued huskies from all over the country, in various conditions. We rescue from kill shelters, owner surrenders, and court seizures. We educate husky owners regarding proper care and training for their dog while advocating for the breed. Our goal is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome huskies in need. We have recently "adopted" a fellow dog rescue and have expanded our mission to include another commonly misunderstood breed, PitBulls.
What sets us apart from your typically breed-specific rescue? Great question! We house all our dogs on our seven-acre property. They are socialized and housed in small groups, determined by temperament. Using a pack-based leadership method, the dogs can overcome many of the temperament issues they brought in with them. Our pack leader, Jenni Dietsch, lives on-site with her family, which aids in adjusting the dogs into a family dynamic. As you can imagine, providing for over 70 dogs at any given moment is expensive. All their medical needs are met by the rescue, including any emergency veterinary care they may need. We are actively working to create sources of income that will keep the rescue flourishing. Meanwhile, we would like to request your assistance.
We are a NOT FOR PROFIT Corporation organized in the state of Oklahoma with a goal of rescuing death row huskies from high kill shelters and providing family services that encourage and educate people to keep and care for their pets.