In memory of Tuk, Siqu, Kajuq, and Ikkuma

Siberian Husky Rescue Site
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Siberian Husky Club and Rescue of Southern New England


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Patriot Siberian Husky Rescue

New Hampshire

Patriot Siberian Husky Rescue


  • Currently available from other sources:
    • Two Siberians:
      • "Joshua" -- Male, black and white, brown eyes, 6 to 8 years old, not neutered.  Healthy, up to date on vaccines.  Friendly, high strung, not good with other males.  Also not good with cats.  
      • "Ezra" -- Male, light red and white, amber eyes, 6 to 8 years old, not neutered.  Healthy, up to date on vaccines.  Very friendly, playful and energetic.  Not aggressive, but also not good with cats.  

      Owner is getting divorced, the property is up for foreclosure, and she has to move to an apartment.   For more information, contact:  Debbie, 603-393-6440,

Rhode Island

Siberian Husky Club and Rescue of Southern New England


No listings at this time

Last updated 1/21/2014

The site maintainer makes no warranties for the temperament or the physical health of the dogs listed at this site and provides these listings strictly for information purposes.  This site is not for the use of people trying to sell a dog or breeders wishing to place their own dogs for any reason outside of a true emergency situation.  Individuals wishing wishing to place dogs should first contact their local rescue organization before requesting a listing at this site.  That organization may then contact me to list the dog.  If a dog IS listed at this site, the placing party may ask for a donation to go to a local shelter or registered 501c tax exempt rescue organization to cover costs.  If the placing party requests remuneration outside of these guidelines, please notify me by sending email to  (please indicate the state and page) and I will remove the listing from the site.  THIS SITE IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SALES VEHICLE OF ANY KIND!  It is for the express purpose of saving dogs whose lives are in danger, who are being abused, in a shelter or otherwise in a bad situation.