Minnesota’s Unwanted Siberian Husky Rescue’s (M.U.S.H.R.’s) main goal is placing dogs into loving homes. This is accomplished through the work of dedicated volunteers. M.U.S.H.R.’s volunteers have extensive knowledge of not only Siberian Huskies, but also general pet care. Our volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds including dog trainers, veterinary technicians, and animal lovers.
M.U.S.H.R is not a shelter; it is a foster based rescue. As with any rescue there are always more animals in need than we can take at one time, and it is through fostering that we are able to take that one dog that may not have had a chance otherwise. We are always looking for more foster homes; if you are interested please check out our volunteer page.
M.U.S.H.R. takes in dogs from humane societies, animal controls, other rescues, and owner surrenders. All dogs that come to M.U.S.H.R are evaluated for temperament, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, Heartworm tested, and micro-chipped. They are also given any other medical attention they may need, such as orthopedic surgeries, mass removals, and any emergency care.