We have just around 200 dogs in our care currently and we receive new dogs daily! Transportation is included in each dog's adoption fee depending on where they are traveling to so don't let distance be a factor in your decision! Please fill out an adoption application if you are interested in any of our dogs! If you have any questions or concerns about the adoption process, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
-New Jersey (8)
-New York (11)
-Rhode Island (3)
-North Carolina (1)
I decided to adopt from Hoardin' Huskies because I saw how much good they were doing and how many lives they were saving daily. Their passion and dedication to rescuing huskies in need is unmatched. I adopted Misha from Hoardin' Huskies in May 2022, then I fostered a younger husky mix for them who was quickly adopted, and then, in June 2022, I ended up adopting Scarlett from Hoardin' Huskies too! And honestly, it was the best decision to adopt both Misha and Scarlett, they love each other so much and are BFFs. They are both the sweetest and most well behaved huskies you could ever meet! I'm so grateful that Hoardin' Huskies entrusted me with both of these sweet fur babies, they are super spoiled and now living their best life!
I adopted Teddy on February 25 from one of the most amazing fosters. On February 13, I lost my oldest dog, Riley (age 10), suddenly and my other dog, Laska, was very sad as well as I. Laska was lonely and I made the decision to start looking for a sibling. When I came across Teddy’s pictures, there was something telling me to submit an application. I was approved and I had a week to puppy proof and get things together. Laska and Teddy clicked INSTANTLY! Laska went from not getting off the bed to being playful again. They snuggle and play and Teddy looks up to her big sister so much. Laska has taught Teddy how to use the stairs and how to get in and out of the elevator. She also taught her to jump on and off the bed and even now jump in and out of my SUV! When I got Teddy, she wasn’t a fan of the snow being from Texas but Laska taught her how to be a snow dog. As much as the household misses Riley terribly, Teddy has helped Laska and myself during the grieving/healing process and has made herself right at home which makes me feel amazing that she got comfortable really fast. She was the perfect fit for our little family.
I live in New England and had been looking to adopt a husky for a year or so. I had always noticed on the husky rescue pages that Hoardin' Huskies (HH) was often stepping up to save huskies in need so when I saw there were 6 in need at the FT Worth shelter, I reached out to HH and Tammy worked with the shelter to put a hold on River's euthanization. Lesa Ingram from HH FT Wirth also responded the same, "what needs to be don" attitude and she told me she would help pull River for me from the shelter and drive him to a vet/boarder until he could be transported to me... if you see a dog and you want it, let a rescue group like HH know so they can make it happen.
Sadly, I lost my almost 14yo Siberian best friend in October. I was missing my hiking buddy/ car buddy. My girl was always down for a good time. After many failed attempts at finding the right dog, I said a prayer and I asked my girl to send me the right dog. Moments later I got a text with the cutest picture. Hoardin' Huskies was not only empathetic with my loss but completely committed to finding me the right dog. I knew I loved her from the moment I got that text message. She’s the sweetest most well behaved girl and she fits right into the whole pack. I couldn’t image life without her. HH knows how to heal a broken heart.
I adopted Xena back in September the week before the Hurricane touched down in FL, She is the best big “little sister” to Lila. They follow each other around all day and find trouble. I couldn’t be happier to have her in our lives. She was such a great girl to have in time for the storm, and so glad we got her in time to make our little family complete.
My baby Marcel who I considered “fostering” when the pup I saw missed the boat to the northeast-Tammy from Hoardin' Huskies, Tammy called me
directly when I inquired about Truffles and got my attention re: the husky breeding/abandonment problem in the south. Marcel has been without a doubt, the sweetest, smartest boy-truly a positive addition to our family (with young kids) but, most of all, he seems grateful to us as well, which some may say isn’t possible but our dude is humble and full of love. Every morning he greets us like we’re the best thing that ever happened, which is cute, since he’s the best thing that ever happened. Thank you Tammy and Hoardin’ Huskies, we are so grateful!
We met Tammy at what turned out to be a perfect time for these guys to join our family and we are forever grateful. In August 2021, Tammy brought a puppy out to a gun show in Sarasota and before she left, we were in love and planning to adopt that puppy. We knew Shiner was getting older and figured going ahead and getting this baby would let Shiner have time to “train” her on how to take care of everyone. However, the new puppy got sick and we couldn’t adopt her and then we had to very unexpectedly say goodby to Shiner. We reached out to Tammy and she sent us some pictures of a couple of pups to pick from. It was an easy pick for who would become Xena with the blue eyes and pointy ears at just a couple months old. Xena is husky/American pit bull terrier/bunch of other big-ass dogs mix (yep - had her tested) and full of spirit. She brings energy I got the house. She was a bit of an escape artist when smaller because she could fit through the gate posts but would always run around the houses playing chase before running right back through the same posts into yard while looking proud of herself. She grew into those adorable ears feet to become a tall girl almost all leg that can no longer fit through the posts and now loves to lay out there relaxing. Her favorite thing outside of annoying Roxy and cleaning Gigi’s face is cuddling with the humans. They were meant to be with us and Shiner along with Hoardin’ Huskies made it happen.
We met Tammy at what turned out to be a perfect time for these guys to join our family and we are forever grateful. Tammy sent probably 10 pictures of dogs we could pick from and we picked a couple to meet. Roxy - a dog we didn’t even know existed. So, me, Dad and GiGi loaded up and went to meet the pack of 1-2 year olds to see if one would choose us and get along with the new puppy and our old lady. These dogs came out of her van like a freight train coming at us - except Roxy. She was calm, playful with the puppy and calm with GiGi! The others were more interested in getting free rein of the dog park. That was it, we had our two that were coming home with us. Shiner had intervened to make sure the right pups joined our family because these two combined have some of Shiner’s most special traits and that’s been super remarkable and healing for us. Roxy has completely warmed up to Dad and sleeps with him most nights and is the official guard for the house. She is totally fine with her face being touched because I didn’t give her a choice but to love the attention and know I would never hurt her and now I can get all in her face cuddling and petting without her fearing anything. She’s super docile and loves to sunbathe. The vet jokes that Roxy doesn’t know she is a husky because she doesn’t like being outside during cold snaps and her calmness is confusing - there’s the touch of Shiner.