The Polaris Siberian Husky Rescue was founded in 1987. Since that time, the group has been able to find forever homes for many dogs. Dogs come to the rescue from shelters, or owner surrenders. Polaris is a volunteer organization and all of the work is done by volunteers.
Siberian huskies are not the breed for everyone. Before adopting a husky, do some research to get familiar with the breed. You can do so here http://www.polarishuskyrescue.com/info/display?PageID=8410. Huskies are escape artists and do like to jump fences. Your fence should be higher than 6 feet in order to safely contain your dog.
In order to learn more about the adoption process, you will need to contact the group. You can do so at http://polarissiberianhuskyrescue.rescuegroups.org/info/contact.
Summer events with the group have still not been scheduled. However, you can check the event page at http://polarissiberianhuskyrescue.rescuegroups.org/info/display?PageID=9092 for more information. The group encourages members to learn more about the Husky Huddle and Malamute Mingle group which meets a dog parks. For more information on the events held by the group, you can contact the Polaris Siberian Husky Rescue group.
If you need to find a new home for your Husky, contact the group as soon as you reach that decision. The process can take anywhere from several weeks to several months. Until a spot is obtained for your pet with the group, you will still need to provide a home for your animal. For more information on the process, go here http://polarissiberianhuskyrescue.rescuegroups.org/info/display?PageID=7313.
Polaris Siberian Husky Rescue is always looking for volunteers. It requires a lot of time and resources to keep a rescue running. If you are interested in volunteering or working as a foster care parent, contact the organization using the website. Someone will be in contact with you to discuss the ways that you can help. Volunteers are needed to transport Huskies to and from shelters, veterinarian offices and foster homes. Volunteers are also needed to screen potential adopters, take and return phone calls, and pick up and drop off supplies. Volunteers can also help at adoptions events, fund raising events, or training sessions. Of course, foster care homes are also needed. There are a variety of different types of homes including temporary homes, continual homes, medical foster homes, or behavioral foster homes.
For more information, contact the group at http://www.polarishuskyrescue.com