SIBERIAN HUSKIES SAVED FROM A FARM
42 Siberian Huskies were removed from a small farm in a Wisconsin town after the sheriff's office deputy discovered poor conditions around the home and farm property. Nearby humane societies and shelters banded together to rescue the mistreated dogs. Grooming companies have reached out to help with their terribly matted coats. One of the dogs, a 12-year-old female Husky, was blind and missing a foot. The rescued Huskies have received rabies shots and are being spayed, neutered and vaccinated. According to Green Bay Press Gazette, many people filled out applications in hopes of adopting one of the rescued dogs.