Mission

Our mission is to save at-risk Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes, and to ensure they find loving, forever families. We heal humans as well as huskies, because these precious souls become a treasured part of their humans’ lives.

Values

Our core values guide our decisions in all aspects of our organization:

Kindness & Respect
Responsibility
Collaboration
Patience
Flexibility
Quality of Human Life

Kindness & Respect

We treat everyone we encounter with kindness and respect – our partners, fosters, volunteers, potential adopters, owners that are surrendering and shelter workers. We extend the same to the dogs that are in our care. We respect the dignity and quality of life. We demonstrate compassion for the animals and for each other. We respect and treasure the valuable time our volunteers give to us.

Responsibility

When we make a commitment, we follow through. We are 100% responsible for every dog we accept, and we only accept them if we can support their care financially and enhance their quality of life. If a Lucky Husky can no longer stay in an adopters home, we will always accept them back with open and loving arms. We do what we can with the resources we have.

Collaboration

We work as a team, and we support each other’s efforts to place lucky huskies with lucky families. The dog and his or her adoptive family’s well-being is our number one priority, and we all work together to serve this purpose

Patience

We demonstrate patience with one another, our adoptive families, and with the dogs. We assume positive intent – everyone is doing their best to serve the organization. We allow our dogs the time they need to heal.

Flexibility

Each dog is unique and we treat them as such. We are governed by a set of guidelines and standards in everything we do, and we apply common sense to those standards, always adhering to our mission and values. We remain free of bias and judgement.

Quality of Human Life

Rescue is hard work, mentally, physically and emotionally. Our volunteers have full lives, and we respect their need for time off and time away. We recognize the emotional toll this work takes, and we seek to celebrate the joyful moments and enjoy each other’s company.