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About Our Rescue Group... We rescue Siberian huskies and other large breed dogs from southern Calfornia shelters who are at risk of euthanasia due to medical, behavioral, and overcrowding and adopt them in to loving forever homes. One husky at a time. My name is Shannon\xa0and I am the founder of Luna Siberian Rescue (LSR). I grew up with a love of animals. I was the kid rescuing baby ground squirrels when I was 10, waking up and feeding them with a dropper every 3 hours throughout the the night, rescuing baby birds, taking care of endangered desert tortoises, and convincing my (then) reluctant dad to take in several cats. My first dog was Snowy, a white German Shepherd. She was awesome, and she changed my life! The rest of my life story from then on had a dog in it! I always knew that my dream would be to have a rescue someday. What I didn’t know was how that would be defined. I love all animals, and I never dreamed of rescuing huskies! Then I was in PetSmart one day, and there was my Luna, a skinny, sad, but goofy and sweet husky girl. The rest is history. She became the inspiration for my rescue. I fell madly in love with Luna, and the breed itself. I love huskies, malamutes, and mixes

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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