Our adoption process is designed to ensure the right dog goes to the right home. It is a multi-step process involving vet checks, home visits (virtual during COVID), and discussions with an adoption counselor.
Fostering saves lives. We get 30-35 requests a week for intake, and we can’t meet all the requests without dedicated fosters. We provide the supplies, you provide the love, training, and structure with support from our community!
Our adoption fees cover less than half of the cost of the “average” healthy dog. Most of our dogs have medical costs far above our donation fees. Your donation helps cover the medical vetting and needs for our huskies.
Volunteers are the life-blood of our organization, and we can use any skills, time, energy, and enthusiasm no matter where you are. Our hubs are in DFW, Austin, and San Antonio, but we have volunteers across Texas and the United States.
Is a husky right for you and your family?
Medical Spotlight: Nala
Rescue NEVER stops…not even on New Year’s Eve. We receive 15-20 requests a day from shelters and good Samaritans with info on huskies needing help. We can’t help them all, but when we commit, we fully commit! Nala came to us from Corpus Christi on New Year’s Eve, and she has a long road of …
Blessings as bountiful as husky hair!
It’s been a hard year for everyone, but November is a time to count blessings. Rescue work is an extended family, and we are so grateful to everyone who volunteers, fosters, adopts, donates, and generally contributes good will and good wishes to our work. Recently, we were blessed with a carload of donations from one …
Check out our new website!
We are proud to announce the launch of our new website! Thanks to social media, we’ve been able to stay virtually “in touch”, but COVID underscores the need for additional avenues of outreach until we can start having meet and greets, events, and husky social walks again. The website will provide a little more interactivity …
Hi Ya’ll! It’s me, Sabrina! I could not Thank Woo enough for letting me join the TXHR Family! You see in my previous life the only human interaction I received was outside, when my “owners” would throw food at me. I was in bad shape. I was extremely overweight and my fur was just ridiculously …