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It has been a busy year for rescue was quite a number of dogs coming in to rescue it all have found homes in the 2018 year

Shadow was adopted by Paul Adamson's is enjoying her new life on the beach and on the couch

Bella was adopted by the Trevethan of the family as a companion to their other Husky

Anthrax was adopted by Claire as a companion for her dog Jake and is now called and Anna. She is doing very well and having a run of the house and the yard.

Paddy was adopted by the Chalmers family as companion for their other dog Bel it is doing very well in his new home.

Slayer was adopted by a very nice couple who had a Husky from us previously. He has a couch and a doggie bed in the garaged during the day. Soon as his new owners come home the has a couch inside the house to sleep on'

Storm was adopted by the O'Hara family and has become a much loved family pet.

Kirra was adopted by the Peucker family is enjoying the indoor life to the fullest with plenty of walks loves and cuddles and having to share the house with a couple of cats.

Kody was adopted by the Williams family as a companion for their other dog and has become a much love member of the family.


The big project for the year for the club was of a dog called Karma who was renamed Kara coming in to rescue who was pregnant and ended up having eight pups five boys and three girls all who were adopted by loving families and are doing very well.

A very big thank you has to go out to Cheryl Smart and Leanne Carey for running to the vets with Kara and the pups and sitting up late whelping the pups and looking after Kara and everything else that needs to be done to bring puppies into the world and rehome them.

Karma now known as Kara was adopted by the Heagney family as a companion for their other dog that is doing very well in her new home is a much loved member

Puppy 1

Rose was adopted by one of our members.

Puppy 2

Red Collar Male now named Comet by his new owners the Newson family.

Puppy 3

Pink Collar Female now named - Delta was adopted by Michael Krushka

Puppy 4

Black Collar Female - now named Willow was adopted by Krystal Enright as a companion to her two other Huskies and is enjoying life to the fullest and occasionally has a play date with her sister Rose.

Puppy 5

Green Collar Female - now named Kenai was adopted by the Berry family who adopted Noori from us in 2017. Jules Berry

Puppy 6

No Collar Male now named Rupert was adopted by the Gresswell family.

Puppy 7

No Collar Female - now named Mischka was adopted by the Buchanan family.

Puppy 8

Blue Collar Male now named Loki was adopted by the Thanas family as a companion for their dog Miscka. Couple times a week Loki gets to go to doggie day-care and occasionally has play dates with his sister Rose.

Rescue is also helped number of people who approached the club to rehome their dogs that had problems that they couldn't or didn't know how to deal with the issues and by all reports have been very happy to be able to keep their dogs.

I would also like to thank Briar for addressing behavioural issues and talking to various people about their problems with their dogs so they did not have to be rehomed.


Rescue Coordinator


Recently re-homed & correspondence update

Ki Ki October 2019 Female   Age: 4 1/2
Photo of Rescue Dog Welcome Kiki

Kiki is a four and a half year old girl, about average size for a Siberian Husky.

This sweet natured little lady is good with other dogs.

She gets a little overwhelmed at first, especially if they are a bit too bouncy, but once introduced she’s more than happy to enjoy their company.

She loves food. According to Kiki food is just the best thing ever, which is handy when it comes to training.

We can see she has had some training but it seems that English is her third language (dog being her first of course) so she’s a bit unsure what human sounds mean what.

Her new home can have heaps of fun showing her all sorts of wonderful new things, especially with her being keen on her food.

Getting humans to give her a good belly rub is also a favourite thing.

Can she come and live with you? She promises licks in return for the tasty noms and tummy rubs

She will need a dig proof Husky height fence.

Not tested with children at this stage

No cats or small pets
Sasha September 2019 Female   Age: 1 1/2
Photo of Rescue Dog  
Logan August 2019 Male   Age: 10 Weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Meet little Logan.

Logan is a 11 week old, very happy, very playful, Siberian Husky puppy that has begun toilet training. He is a very quick learner, and landscape gardening is his first major achievement.

He loves to be cuddled and played with – and still thinks your hand is a new biting toy. But, upon hearing the word “no” – he will cease the biting and start licking, and more licking…
Logan is comfortable in collar and a lead - that he can’t chew off.

Currently, he sleeps in a crate all night from about 9.30 pm to about 7.30 am – and has not had any night-time accidents.
Logan is looking for a new home that will give him all the attention he demands ? this includes: play time, sleeping on lap time, outside time, playtime, squeaky toy time, lap time, play time.

For all the details on how to adopt please visit our website and follow the instructions.

http://www.siberianhuskyvic.org.au/rescue/adoption.html

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