Sponsor Quinn's adoption!






Each husky in our facility is available for sponsorship! Here is how you can help.  It costs more than $500 to take care of each husky that comes into this facility. That doesn’t include any emergency or additional medical care needed. Oh and let’s not forget the logistics to do the actual rescue. With that $500 and before the dog leaves this facility we have them spayed or neutered, microchipped, all the shots needed plus kennel cough vaccines. We also give heartworm tests and provide flea, tick, and heartworm prevention while they are in our care. 

Here’s is where you step in. We are asking you to donate towards the adoption fees for the new family. If the entire $300 (yes, we spend more than we make) is covered then we ask the new family to make a $125 donation towards another huskies adoption fee. Pay it forward. Help each other out and get more huskies into family-oriented homes. If we exceed our goal, the excess funds will go directly to our vet to pay for our ever-growing vet bill. 


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Husky Halfway House is a Section 501(c) (3) charitable organization, EIN 83-4358296. All donations are deemed tax-deductible absent any limitations on deductibility applicable to a particular taxpayer. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your contribution.

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Laurie Penna | $250

This donation for sponsorship of Quinn is being made on behalf of Deb Swift of Huntersville, NC. Deb is a huge supporter of all Husky's in need and is devoted to finding foster and forever homes for every single Husky at the Husky Halfway House, and maybe the world ! . We honor her today and support her continued passion and love of these beautiful creatures. We work with Deb, we are her PRS Leadership Team. Happy Holiday's and best of luck to Quinn.