About Tails of the Tundra Siberian Husky Rescue (TOTTSHR)

Second-hand dogs give first class love.

Finding Homes

With many huskies in need of a loving and caring home, we go the extra mile to find a match between your family and the dog's personality.

Husky wagging tailTails of the Tundra Siberian Husky Rescue is a nonprofit volunteer organization, formed to help Siberian Huskies and Siberian Husky Mixes that have been abused, neglected, abandoned, or surrendered by their owners. Our goals are to place these dogs in loving homes and to educate people about the characteristics of this wonderful, yet often misunderstood, breed. To accomplish these goals and our overall mission, our network of volunteers are involved in raising funds, transporting and fostering dogs, developing and maintaining our web site, and representing the group at events.

Tails of the Tundra Siberian Husky Rescue is a nonprofit organization as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to Section 501(ac)3, et seq. of the Internal Revenue Code. Our volunteers service a portion of Northeast America. This includes portions of the tri-state area of PA, NJ & DE, along with two neighboring states, MD & NY.

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Educating Others

Siberian Huskies are often misunderstood. We help bridge the gap by educating people about the breed so they can make informed decisions before adding them as a new family member.

Siberian Huskies are beautiful, affectionate, active, and intelligent. Yet, they are often misunderstood by people who are not prepared for the very traits they were attracted to in the first place. Many Huskies are commonly found in local animal shelters; there are many reasons why these affectionate dogs end up there. Many are escape artists who are picked up on the streets and are never reunited with their owners. Many owners are not prepared for the energy these dogs have and the exercise they require.

Typical huskies are highly intelligent, easily bored, and apt to get into trouble if they don't receive proper obedience training and sufficient exercise. Just like any other breed, huskies are not for every household. Although they can be stubborn and mischievous, they are loyal and loving dogs who enjoy family members of all ages.

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