Adoption Application.

All potential adopters should frequently check our list of available dogs and read their descriptions on our Available Page before requesting an application. If there is a specific dog you are interested in, please make note of it on your application.
Please be advised that we have many adopters on file seeking Siberian Huskies that are safe to live with cats and/or small animals such as rabbits or ferrets. Unfortunately, this trait is NOT typical of the breed. We rarely get dogs that we will list as "good/ok with cats" and we will not list any Siberian Husky as trustworthy with small animals. Because Siberian Huskies are known for to have high prey drives, Patriot Siberian Husky Rescue discourages potential adopters who own cats and/or small animals from requesting Adoption Applications.
If you are requesting an Adoption Application as a result of a Siberian Husky you saw on our Available page that is listed as "good with cats," please consider the following items before requesting an Adoption Application:
  • It is likely that we already have several applicants on file waiting for this type of Siberian Husky. If you choose to submit an application for the dog, be advised that all pending applications on file will be considered first.

  • Typically, Siberian Huskies that are raised/live with cats do not predatorize them because they regard that cat as part of their family or "pack." If you choose to submit an application for the dog, be advised that "good with cats" or "ok with cats" is NO guarantee that the dog will not predatorize a cat or small animal when introduced to a new home.
If you have never owned a Siberian Husky, we strongly recommend that you read as much as possible about the Siberian Husky breed before requesting an Adoption Application. Adopters should read the information on our website in our About Siberians Section and additional resources at: In particular, you should read Thinking of Adopting a Siberian Husky?. Should you request then submit an Adoption Application to Patriot Siberian Husky Rescue, we will call you and conduct a brief telephone interview. We reserve the right to refuse potential adopters that do not demonstrate adequate knowledge of the Siberian Husky breed.
The information that you provide on the next screen will help us match you with an appropriate siberian in our program. This information will not be used in any other way, nor will it be sold or given to any 3rd party. Please note that we will continue to assist you in finding a dog until you notify us that our services are no longer needed. It is, however, important for you to notify us when you have adopted a Siberian in referral. There is no other way we can gauge the success or failure of our program, so PLEASE keep us informed.
Before submitting your application please consider the following…
Do you have a good environment for a Siberian?
Is your yard/kennel secure?
How many hours are you away from home?
Are you prepared to hire a behavioral trainer and/or work through issues while acclimating a Siberian to a new environment?
What is your experience with the breed and/or other dogs?
Is your name on the property or rental agreement in which you reside?
*If you rent or have an association agreement, we require written consent from said parties that “Siberian husky breed is allowed on premise and that all parties are aware they are on the insurance dangerous dos list”. No interview will be granted without this documentation
The application fee is nonrefundable even if your application is denied. This fee is used to pay our web server, security and webmaster. The fee does not guarantee application approval, placement of a Siberian or any such information.

Our referral services are free. We charge a 20$ fee to process your adoption application. You will pay this via paypal after your application is filled in. In addition to referrals, we often have a limited number of dogs that we have rescued and placed in temporary foster homes. These dogs have been checked for good health and temperament and have been neutered or spayed. The adoption fee for these dogs, which goes towards expenses such as spay/neuter costs, food, shots & advertising, is $250. A home visit may be required prior to completing the adoption process for fostered dogs.

Patriot Siberian Husky Rescue is a nonprofit organization; any donations will be put to good use. If you wish to make a contribution please visit the Donate section of this website. Even a small donation of $5 or $10 will help defray the costs of keeping our program running!

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You may also download a PDF version of our Adoption Application to mail in.