Local Animal Rescue Needs Funds to Save Puppies and Mommas. Can You Help?
A West Richland animal rescue needs our help to save several puppies and their mothers.
Hope 4 Huskies recently took in two pregnant dogs that gave birth to fifteen (15) puppies. Currently, there are a total of 21 pups needing assistance at the shelter.
According to the fundraising page:
We are strictly foster-based and depend on donations, fosters, and the community. We have almost deleted what little funds we had to set up the FAB 4 from the shelter and still have 15 puppies to medically treat from shots to spays and neuters.
The Hope 4 Huskies rescue is dedicated to rehoming Siberian Huskies and other Snowdogs.
While the rescue is based in Tri-Cities, the group serves the entire Pacific Northwest. The group's mission is to educate the public about responsible Husky ownership and raise awareness about the special qualities of the breed. The goal is to reduce the number of neglected and abused Siberian Huskies in Tri-Cities and surrounding areas.
Hope 4 Huskies operates on an exclusive volunteer basis and is currently seeking fosters. Of course, the hope is to get the dogs adopted.
In a recent post on Facebook Hope 4 Huskies had the following:
We are taking applications for all of our dogs, including the puppies & mommas. Puppies and mommas won’t go home until they have all been fully vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed/neutered, just like the rest of our dogs are before adoption. Please share so that we can get the word out about our adoptable dogs and find them the perfect homes! We look forward to hearing from you and matching you to the perfect family member.
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