68 Huskies Seized from Breeder, Shelter Requests Assistance

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“It was one of the most awful things I have seen,” Renee Webb, shelter manager at the Fond du Lac Humane Society, said of conditions at Howl’n Wind Siberians in Friendship, Wisconsin.

Shelter volunteers and employees worked in cooperation with the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s office deputies to remove 68 dogs and 60 goats from the property on Thursday. According to Webb the dogs were starving, one was missing a foot, and others were missing their ears.

Now the hard work begins as rescuers search for foster and adoptive homes while healing the sick and injured dogs in their care. The Humane Society has issued a plea for donations, and the first priority is food. If you are able to donate, or to foster or adopt a dog, please contact the Fond du Lac Humane Society at 652 Triangle Road Fond du Lac, WI 54935. Phone: (920) 922-8873.

16 thoughts on “68 Huskies Seized from Breeder, Shelter Requests Assistance”

  1. Ashley Lucas ·

    I am interested in adopting a few of the huskies if you could email me at [email protected] with some inforfamtion on a few of the younger dogs it would be greatly appreciated. I have one german shepard and one huskie with three legs but they are like my children and I have been looking for more huskies and I found on your page what might be my best option. caring for the dogs would be no problem if they are injured as my husband went through his huskie losing a leg.

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  2. I would love to donate and grab anyone i know to donate as well… do you have a website to go through? i tried looking on the humane society but i couldn’t find anything. please email and let me know. thanks!

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  3. To those interested in helping – you need to call the number and reach out to help. Posting here and asking them to contact you will not help. My organization (down in NC) assists in situations like this regularly, and I can promise you they are NOT watching these boards, they are up to their necks and elbows healing and socializing dozens of dogs. Be proactive, reach out to them.

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  4. also contact the local rescue groups who are active in helping with this situation. Adoptahusky, Inc is the main group involved with helping evaluate dogs with the shelter. Contact them for donations as well.

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  5. I wish I could help by taking some of these dogs! I will pass the word on to our local husky community. Hopefully this will help with donations & adoptions/fosters!

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    • i would like to take two of them but i dont have know when to put them i have thre of them … these dogs are great dogs to have around a family.. if i had some some place to put them i would take two of them now but i dont…..

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