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Important message from Jackie

From: Jackie
Sent on: Wednesday, May 9, 2012 10:08 AM

Good morning husky lovers!!!

I try not to clutter your inbox, but there are a couple things that I wanted to fill you in on.

I posted the Bark in the (Baseball) Park event for Saturday May 19th yesterday - this is a great event and an opportunity for you to go to a baseball game with your dog!  How cool is that?   Even better, Taysia Blue Siberian Husky Rescue has the opportunity to 'win' the proceeds of the night if we sell the most tickets.  As soon as I have details, I will let you know, but if you plan to attend, please buy them through the rescue so we can get the much needed funds!  As soon as I have more information on tickets, I will let you know.  It might just be that you purchase them from our booth the night of the game.

Lastly, I wanted to give you an update on the husky rescue.   Did you know that we estimate that about 340 Siberian huskies die every week in shelters in the United States?  That is just a crazy number!

We have had a lot of success taking in many of these shelter dogs that are out of time and getting them in to foster care.  This week has been especially rough.  We are faced with anywhere from 4-5 huskies that are slated for euthanasia in the area and we have room to save only one, maybe two.  The gut wrenching decision is who gets to live and who has to die.

We just can't make that decision without at least reaching out to anyone and everyone....and ask if you might have room to take in a foster dog.  The rescue will cover the veterinary costs and we'll get you started with food and a crate if you need it.  Dogs are in foster care for an average of about 39 days. Some longer, some shorter - we really don't know.

Fostering might not be right for you - or the timing might not be right - but maybe you know someone who might be able to help.

Please e-mail me directly if you are interested or know someone who might be.


Thank you!  I hope to see you at the Bark in the Park!!!


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