The future for Siberian Husky Rescue in the pelican state
- Since the pandemic started in 2020, Louisiana Husky Rescue has lost 80% of the fosters needed to accomplish rescue efforts.
- Since then Louisiana Husky Rescue has rejected taking in over 300 pups due to the inability to foster them.
- In 2022 Louisiana Husky Rescue continues to depend on fostering, yet only 2 fosters are active for the entire state. This suffocates the ability to save lives!
- As per the American Kennel Club, the Siberian Husky is the 14th most popular breed out of 192 recognized breeds.
- According to shelteranimalcounts.org, in 2018, 813 Siberian Huskies were euthanized in Louisiana alone.
- In 2021, Louisiana Husky Rescue could not take in over 322 Siberian Huskies that were in shelters and requested for surrender, due to the lack of housing for them.
- The south does not have a central home for the breed in all of Louisiana.
- Having a public facility for people to learn, interact and adopt rescues from, would greatly help in saving lives.
LOUISIANA NEEDS A FACILITY TO TAKE IN THE SIBERIAN HUSKY BREED AS FOSTERING CONTINUES TO DECLINE
The vision of the Louisiana Husky Rescue Sanctuary is for it to be the headquarters for the organization and be the beacon of hope for Siberians that are abused, neglected and abandoned by irresponsible humans.