The Siberian Husky Emergency Life Line Fund, Inc is an official tax-exempt 501c3 non-profit organization.
The Siberian Husky Emergency Life Line or S.H.E.L.L. was developed by the founder, Kristen, after she spent many years devoting all her free time to helping stray dogs in need. The S.H.E.L.L. Fund is a non-profit 501c3 tax-exempt organization setup to fund the rescuing of Siberian Huskies from local high-kill pounds and owners who can no longer care for their dog. As a rescue, we rehabilitate the new dogs and ultimately find them a forever home.
The rehabilitation process can take anywhere from one week to one year depending on the individual dog’s needs. During this process each dog is spayed or neutered and all vaccines are given. Additionally, any health issues are treated as deemed necessary by the treating veterinarian. The mission of the S.H.E.L.L. Fund is to educate the public about the Siberian Husky breed and advocate for adopting rather than buying.
Many of our dogs came from situations where they will require a long stay in our rescue to fully be rehabilitated. For instance Yeti, he was confiscated from a hoarder situation where he lived in an outdoor 5’ X 5’ kennel his whole life. Therefore, he had no clue what indoor life was all about or what humans were. He has been in rescue since January 2010 and still has a long way to go if he is going to be an inside dog.
None of this would be possible without public donations to continue our care for the dogs in rescue. Please, help a rescued Siberian Husky, donate money to The Siberian Husky Emergency Life Line Fund, Inc. by clicking on the donate button below.