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Our Mission

Husky Halfway House is a midwestern-based animal rescue 501(c)(3) nonprofit that rescues, rehabs and rehomes huskies and malamutes from puppy mills, abusive situations and saves them from euthanasia in high-kill shelters in every state in the USA. 

H3 also adopts and transport huskies to their new homes throughout the entire country. 

This year in 2023, H3 added a California initiative—“Rescue Rides”—to combat an acute problem happening all over the state.  California shelters are in crisis—overwhelmed with post-pandemic animal surrenders, and euthanizing hundreds of healthy, adoptable dogs each week for simple lack of space.

Husky Halfway House Foundation also works with authorities to assist in puppy mill cases by providing transport, housing, rehab and rehoming of the puppy mill victims and those that suffer around them. From 2020 to 2022,
H3 has successfully rescued over 130 huskies from puppy mill situat
ions and in 2023, pulled over 100 huskies out of CA high kill shelters. 

Our goal is to build a community spay and neuter clinic, share our knowledge on the pros of spay and neuter, the consequences of puppy mills and back yard breeding, and provide sound advice and services that help owners of puppy mills and backyard breeders as well as the community, find solution to the root of the problems at hand, the uneducated, unwanted breeding of animals for monetary gain, regardless of the welfare of the animal. 

Together, we can greatly reduce the number of unaltered, un-vaccinated animals in our communities and put a dent in the homeless population by spaying and neutering our pets, finding solutions for low cost vet care and by putting a stop to puppy mills and back yard breeding operations.

Every husky in our rescue is fully vetted to include spay/neuter, vaccines, and microchips. They are then integrated into the pack, socialized in small groups in constant rotation for evaluation purposes, loved and cared for in a pack leadership based family, then adopted into their new forever homes based on our newfound knowledge of each huskies personality and behaviors.

We are a 501c3 public charity organized in the state of Oklahoma.

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