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Hi all, I am Jenni D, HBIC here at H3. In case you are new. Welcome.

Rikki and I have some things to talk about and now will be a great time. First, Rikki is happy in her new home in Maine, and I couldn't be happier for her. She recently had a great trip, got the greatest family and is doing great. She got lucky. There were 3 others on that trip that didn't get so lucky, and my team and 3 dogs made a trip around the country for absolutely no reason than other to waste our time and cost my rescue money.

So now things are going to change going forward. This is the first announcement I am making on this matter and throughout the day we will update our website to reflect the changes as well as work on a "frequently asked questions".


In regard to Adoption, transport and fostering.

1. H3 will continue to waive adoption fees for qualified adopters. In fact, having that $25 monthly support has proven to be way more efficient than adoption fees. Monthly support keeps our monthly bills paid so that's the angle we are pushing. There are multiple reasons for going this route and I don't think it's too much to ask for anyone that wants to help us rescue a dog. Many of you have adopted from me and are no longer honoring that monthly support. Maybe it's nothing to you, but you are stealing from us. We need that money to save dogs. Please honor your part. My team will be sending emails to those of you that have stopped the support. Not cool, not fair and your killing more dogs by taking away from us.


2. H3 NO LONGER TRANSPORTS DOGS TO THEIR NEW HOMES. We do, however, adopt out of state.

We will be transporting those we have already made plans for, particularly the trip Britney is about to take and my small fry going to Nevada.

OTHERWISE. Adopters are now required to come to us. Yourselves. We will not allow a transport service to pick up your new family member. You wouldn't send a cab to the airport to pick up your newly adopted child right? Same goes for your newly adopted husky. Anyway, we need to meet you in person. Before the trip is made, Britney will have done reference checks and asked for proof and videos of your home and where you live.


3. H3 no longer uses fosters or boarding facilities. I have 3 trusted fosters that help me find homes. Britney and Taylor and Key Vet in Wheeling WV. That's it. I don't have a need for anymore unless you want to do big things like Britney and Taylor do, such as learn how to run a rescue right and have your own H3 "hub" someday. If one of my huskies has to spend even a minute in a boarding facility other than mine or Key Vet then the rescue or adoption doesn't happen.


From this day forward. When H3 rescues a husky, it's done with H3 hands and H3 hands only. If I cannot pull, transport, rehab myself and trust a family to take the steps needed to bring their best friend home, then find a new best friend please, because Ruby, Blaze, Cynthia, Sawyer and so many more mistakes are mistakes I won't make again.

Welcome to the new H3. Where the priority is the husky, we rescued and the rescue isn't complete till the day the family I have chosen, and I, lay to rest the soul that we saved.

I know, I know, last month I was screaming about saving them all. And then a monster took one of my huskies and tortured her so bad she chewed her own tail off. So again, welcome to the new H3.



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I drove 7 hours to go pick up my new Luna butt.... and so glad I did ....I brought my current husky with me to help me pick. Yes the trip was hard but it was so worth it. I got to meet Jenny and I got to see the whole facility. It was a wonderful experience. It was also a chance to be in the cage with all those Huskies ....that was something I've always wanted to do!!!

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inconnuvessel
inconnuvessel
26 באוק׳ 2023

Do you think there would be a means of some kind of deposit for transport. For instance 250.00 deposit per dog per transport and they get the money back once the pup is actually transferred and is safe and sound at their new home. Maybe do a 30 day policy before the funds are returned? This would do 2 things, protect your investment in transports that don't go through and if you make it 30 days and open a high yield savings account for those funds you could earn a good amount of interest for the dogs during the hold time on those funds. Just a thought to keep the transports and in person visits (so important) while still protecting…

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Nancy Hoefen
Nancy Hoefen
26 באוק׳ 2023
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Good idea, charge a transport fee and refund it only when the adoption is final.


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Diane Wachowski
Diane Wachowski
26 באוק׳ 2023

I am not in position to disagree but sad now as I know someone who was looking to adopt a Sansa puppy- put in an application but neither they nor we are in a position to travel & pick up. The cost and no vacation time Will unfortunately now restrict us to finding a pup closer. I hope this works out for you - super depressing lately with the Ruby - situation and no shows on delivery or no wants. Not sure what the pup is wrong with people toda.

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Nancy Hoefen
Nancy Hoefen
26 באוק׳ 2023

So sad to hear. I wondered if people would donate monthly versus pay an adoption fee? But I understand why you can't transport these huskies without some kind of promise.

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Bellisima Benelli
Bellisima Benelli
26 באוק׳ 2023

I 💯 agree and stand by you and the H3 family on your decision Jenni! Too many dogs and your resources are being wasted and hurt. If they are serious they will come pick up their new precious family member! 🥰😍😘💞❣️

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