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1. AKC Siberian Husky Puppy
Siberian Husky Breed Standards, Buying tips, and Breeder info!
2. Universal Kennel Club
Registration services, canine information
Your source for information and links on Mushing, Skijoring, Pulking, Dog-packing, Siberians, Malamutes, Samoyeds, working mutts, and anything else you can think of in the realm of Northern breed dogs or dog-powered recreation or competition.
4. Obey the Pure Breed
Propaganda for canine domination!
Every year, dogs die after being locked inside hot cars. Leaving a dog for even a couple of minutes can be a fatal mistake. Your assistance is invaluable in our effort to spread the word about how dangerous hot cars are for dogs.
6. The Blue Buffalo Co.
Now you can feed your dog with the same care you’d feed a family member with the BLUE line of natural, healthy and holistic foods for dogs. All BLUE recipes contain real meat as the first ingredient, along with wholesome whole grains, garden veggies and healthy fruit.
7. PetSmart, Inc.
PetSmart, Inc. (PETM) is the largest specialty retailer of services and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets.
8. Puppies Behind Bars
Puppies Behind Bars trains inmates to raise puppies to become service dogs for the disabled and explosive detection canines for law enforcement.
9. Tails of the Tundra Siberian Husky Rescue
Tails of the Tundra Siberian Husky Rescue is a nonprofit volunteer organization, formed to help Siberian Huskies and Siberian Husky Mixes that have been abused, neglected, abandoned, or surrendered by their owners. Our goals are to place these dogs in loving homes and to educate people about the characteristics of this wonderful, yet often misunderstood, breed. To accomplish these goals and our overall mission, our network of volunteers throughout PA, NY, NJ, MD, DE, and WV are involved in raising funds, transporting and fostering dogs, developing and maintaining our web site, and representing the group at events.
10. Pet Cancer Awareness
There's nothing you wouldn't do for your dog or cat. That's why it's so important to learn all you can about canine and feline cancer. Because the more you know the better you'll be able to protect your pet. Think about this: dogs and cats get cancer at approximately the same rate as people do. But unfortunately 80% of pet parents know little or nothing about pet cancer.
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