About

Save Our Siberians - Siberspace Rescue Fund (SOS-SRF) exists to provide monetary assistance for extraordinary medical expenses for Siberian Huskies in rescue.

The Save Our Siberians - Siberspace Rescue Fund (SOS-SRF) is an organization which raises and disburses funds to assist Siberian Husky rescue groups and individuals with non-routine expenses incurred for rescue dogs. This might include paying for heartworm treatment or making a contribution towards major surgery or multiple medical expenses.

Our original fund raising idea was to auction items created from yarn spun from the undercoat of our Siberian Huskies and use the proceeds to benefit dogs in rescue. This has now expanded to a twice-yearly Internet auction of Siberian Husky related items (see the "Auction" link on the web site for more information). We also raise funds through the sale of SOS-SRF and Sibernet-L* logo items and other Husky related items through our on-line Storefront.

The SOS-SRF is a non-profit organization in the United States of America as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to Section 501(c)(3), et seq. of the Internal Revenue Code.

*The Sibernet-L mailing list is devoted to the Siberian Husky and is open to all Siberian Husky owners, breeders, exhibitors or anyone with an interest in the Siberian Husky breed. Sibernet-L was created to provide a forum for the discussion of all topics related to Siberian Huskies. The issues that can be discussed through Sibernet-L are as varied as our breed's talents and abilities. We also hope to meet public education needs, foster ethical breeding practices, and promote responsible dog ownership. Owning a Siberian Husky requires commitment. Too many people acquire this unique and increasingly popular breed without researching the general nature of the breed. This is not a breed that "everyone" will be comfortable with. We hope to help people decide whether this IS the breed they want to share their life with. We have many people on this list with years of experience in living with Siberian Huskies. Responses to a Siberian Husky behavior which are "instinctive" for an experienced owner are often novel to the first time Siberian Husky owner. We are here to help and to share information. For those of us who are already owned by Siberian Huskies, this list provides a forum for the discussion of the trials and tribulations our dogs surprise us with on a daily basis.

Web site: http://www.sos-srf.org/sossrfmain.html

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