Welcome to Siberian Husky Rescue of New Mexico, Inc.
Siberian Husky Rescue of New Mexico is an all-volunteer, 501 (c)(3) rescue organization devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding new, permanent, loving homes for Siberian huskies, and often, husky mixes that have ended up neglected, abused, or unwanted. We generally take in and place dogs within New Mexico; however, occasionally, we can take and/or place dogs out-of-state. We prefer to work with potential adopters and other husky rescue organizations to ensure matches are found within their state.
The organization began in late 1998 when a red Siberian husky that was not expected to live much longer due to her injuries was saved from a local shelter by the organization’s founder. Over time, as Cinnamon recovered from her injuries, she not only survived but thrived, proving to be a Christmas miracle! Thus was born our motto “Saving Siberians, one life at a time.” From those humble beginnings, many more huskies found their way to the organization, where people across NM volunteered their time, opened their homes, and donated funds to support this cause-for the love of the Siberian husky.
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Below are all of our available Companions that are ready to go to their new forever home. All of our dogs have been spayed or neutered, current on all shots, heartworm negative, and micro-chipped! For more information of each of these dogs, visit our Available Dogs page to read each of their individual Bio.
Visit our Available Dogs page to read all of their Bios.
About Siberian Huskies
Siberian Huskies are magnificent creatures. Young and old alike are captured by their beauty, their charm, their intelligence and their personality.They have brillant eyes, a keen curiosity and an active sense of adventure. While they are truly characters, they are NOT for everyone. Many Siberians have ended up lost and/or abandoned.
The secret to a successful relationship with a Siberian is first and foremost SECURITY. This breed can NEVER be left off leash unless they are in a secured area. Given the chance, very often they will make a break for it, earning their reputation as oppurtunists and escape artists. We require a minimum 5 foot fence, sometimes even higher! Their job and place in history has been pulling sleds, racing, and running for miles. Therefore this breed also requires a great deal of exercise, either from you the owner, and/or perhaps another companion dog.
Siberians are pack animals. They usually do best in multiples. They are always in need of attention from their owners and/or their companion four-legged friends.
Click HERE to learn more about this magnificent breed.
Ways to Help
As Siberian Husky Rescue of New Mexico is a non-profit organization, we are fully dependent on donations in order for our Organization to remain successful in rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming homeless, abandoned, and unwanted Siberian Huskys. A donation of any size makes a big difference.
To make a donation, please send a check to Siberian Husky Rescue of New Mexico, P.O. Box 3, Cedar Crest, NM 87008
Or make an online donation through our secure PayPal account.
All donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Many thanks for all the wonderful folks that are currently supporting this Organization.
~View our Honor Roll of our generous donors~
Visit our Ways to Help page for other ways you can make a difference.
Blitz & Zaria
Family Facing Medical Crisis Needs Your Help
Ginger: We took this beautiful young husky/aussie mix (1-2 y.o.) from an overcrowded rural shelter. What a gem! Ginger loves people, is good with kids, walks well on leash and travels nicely in the car.
Due to the high volume of dogs we are currently managing,
we are closed for intake until further notice.
Please contact your local shelter for assistance as needed.
Once again, the number of huskies in need throughout the state is staggering. Our foster homes are full and we currently have 6 in boarding. Please contact Tracey at 505-610-2773 if you can help by fostering.
If you cannot help our dogs by fostering, please consider making a financial contribution. In addition to boarding expenses, we have incurred heavy veterinary expenses this year, treating at least a half dozen dogs for heartworm disease.
Remember that your financial contribution is tax deductible.