Kentucky Humane Society assists rescue of more than 100 huskies in Spencer County

1 :Anonymous2022/01/06(Thu) 18:13:18ID: rxkzef
Kentucky Humane Society assists rescue of more than 100 huskies in Spencer County
2 :Anonymous2022/01/06(Thu) 18:30:36ID: hrivj39

So sad 🙁 I hope those dogs all find good homes.

ID: hrixfo5

And then eat them. Source, my husky ate a door. Still kept her you just got to be ready to work with them.

ID: hrizjmc

Most high energy/intelligence breeds get destructive if you don't keep them tired and give them some sort of "job". I've seen MORE than enough ACD posts with holes straight up chewed in walls, doors, furniture, etc.

ID: hrj5hfz

Had a Husky/Shepherd mix chew through a door as well. He was upset that he was locked in our mud room (with doggy door access to a fenced yard mind you) while we brought furniture in.

ID: hrizq29

Saw a video of one posted the other day hugging a block of ice. So happy. Can't imagine them in a Kentucky summer.

ID: hrj4ugw

Mine ate a couch and a mattress before we figured it out.

3 :Anonymous2022/01/06(Thu) 21:13:08ID: hrjm44a

This is so sad, I hope those poor huskies can find a good family to take them in. I'd love to adopt but unfortunately I'm allergic to fur 🙁

4 :Anonymous2022/01/06(Thu) 18:53:45ID: hrizadb

Goddamn this sort of thing kills other dogs. The shelters will have to euthanize to create space and then hold up kennel space for all these dogs until a judge finalizes the owner having to surrender them.

Offer to foster other dogs for this place or surrounding rescues if you're local folks, save lives and it won't cost you a thing but some time.

ID: hrj7433

The owner died.

ID: hrk6d0h

And? 100 dogs is hoarding for 1 person. Eta they will still have to be released by the estate. Intake wherever they are just changed drastically

ID: hrjkjf4

“The dogs have been provided medical assessments and care while transport is arranged for shelters that have room.”

ID: hrk67m0

And they will still struggle. That's a lot of kennel space the shelter they're at will not have for incoming animals. They have to make room somehow snd they can't move the hoarded dogs

5 :Anonymous2022/01/06(Thu) 21:53:13ID: hrjsnin

I love huskies.I have had several in my lifetime.But these dogs should not be living with people that have to keep them indoors.

They tend to destroy things indoors because they are meant to run all damn day!I had to walk my last one four miles a day minimum just to keep her from demolishing my house. During the walks I had to take her to a wooded area where she could run free without terrorizing other small animals. I would say between the walks and running in the woods she covered 15 miles a day minimum. That didn't stop until she was over 11 years old.

ID: hrkn0pu

I know many people who are great match for Huskies and know what they're doing but in an ironic twist they specifically avoid Huskies because they know what they're getting themselves into. Unless you live in rural or training for a marathon you're going to regret getting a Husky a lot of times

6 :Anonymous2022/01/06(Thu) 21:37:13ID: hrjq0nm

Malamute are through my basement wall. Tried putting jalapeño juice with jalapeños in the hole she made.

She ate those too.

ID: hrkqe1j

Had a malamute and he was such a sweetheart. Never any problem. But then you have to know how to work with them. My Akita before was also a sweetheart. Loved those dogs - both lived to be 14 years old - not bad for a big dog.

ID: hrkr6uj

My malamute was the sweetest dog I’ve ever had. She was just teething and decided to chew the wall.

She also liked to eat random things. She grew out of it once my dad would take her on a 6-mile run every Sunday.

7 :Anonymous2022/01/07(Fri) 02:18:18ID: hrkwy3q

That’s like 8-10 sled teams.....

8 :Anonymous2022/01/07(Fri) 05:09:57ID: hrljwp1

That’s no just a husky