Welcome to the
Husky Halfway House
where huskies are rescued from shelters, the streets and from abusive situations,
rehabilitated, socialized, loved to pieces and then adopted into their new forever homes.
Let's build a dog park!! Project Bark Park
IS NOW IN PLANNING PHASE for the shelter and off leash dog park.
Please help us build faster by donating, volunteering, sponsoring and sharing our efforts so we can begin our journey of building a community facility that will allow us to
~keep our pets healthy,
~build community and business relationships,
~provide support for our neighbors,
~provide community service opportunities,
~hold community and educational events
~provide volunteer opportunities
~jobs, we can provide jobs
~and so much more...
all focused on improving the welfare of our communities pets,
their people, our cities homeless animal population
and the people who are their voice.
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Project Bark Park is dedicated to Marie and her husband Charlie, AKA, the Candy Man,
who left this life way too soon on November 21st, 2019, just 21 days shy of his 75th birthday.
We are committed and wholeheartedly dedicated to providing family and emergency services involving rescuing, sheltering, fostering, vetting, adoption and transportation of "at risk" or "death row" husky and other large dog breeds. Our goal is to not only provide these services in larger facilities than we currently have but also to use our resources to educate and raise public awareness on the benefits of properly caring for and keeping their pets and/or adopting from shelters and not shopping from breeders. Our mission is to share our knowledge on the pro's of spay and neuter, the cons of backyard breeding and provide sound advice and services that help the community manage their day to day with their furry family members. Together, we can greatly reduce the number of unaltered, unvaccinated animals in our communities and put a dent in the homeless population by providing access to family services as well as spay, neuter and chip id programs.
We are a 501c3 NOT FOR PROFIT Corporation
organized in the state of Oklahoma
which means your donations are tax deductible.
We pledge that 100% of your donations go to running our shelter, Husky Halfway House and our community facilities, Bark Park Eufaula, and to providing low to no cost help for those in need of vaccination, spay/neuter, family support and chip id services but cannot afford to do so.