My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Hairy Houdini Siberian Husky Rescue, Shingleton, MI, USA
We have adopted two dogs from HHSHR. Our first Stryder came from another home that had previously adopted from HHSHR but circumstances in the home changed and that person could no longer care for the dog. HHSHR has a very loyal supportive community that at its foundation wants what is best for the rescue dog. I saw a posting and made an appt. to go see the dog at the previous adopters house and we fell in love with the dog. HHSHR checks out every adopter so I had every confidence that this adopter who was having to give up his dog was a great person and wanted the best for the dog. We did and still do share pictures with this previous adopter.
Our second rescue adoption came one year after the first and I was seeking a second dog, a female, to keep our first dog company. Fit was important so we met up at the park with one of the foster families and met the dog I was certain would be the perfect addition to our family. On Father's Day 2015 we welcomed our second HHSHR dog, Luna, home.
I can't say enough about how well the organization and the fosters evaluate the dogs and the prospective adopters. I am not even sure how and when that happens but the important thing is that it does happen. It is why HHSHR has so many successful placements and such a welcoming community.
We love our dogs and they are very happy in our home. We are sad they had to go through so much prior to coming to our home but are grateful to HHSHR for saving them and allowing us to adopt them.
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