Please be advised that at this time we have made the hard decision to cease all adoption
appointments through the month of April due to the extended quarantine period. We
are beyond thrilled to see such an overwhelming out reach from people who are willing
to adopt during this uncertain time but due to us being a facility run organization
we are looking out for all of our volunteers, workers, potential adopters/visitors
and particularly our president and VP who live on the property. We want to ensure
that EVERYONE stays safe and healthy during such an uncertain time.
Though we are closed for appointments we are still processing adoption applications during this time. Due to the overwhelming interest to adopt, our processing time
may be a bit longer than normal so please be patient with our adoption coordinators.
Thank you to all for your continued support and we send lots of husky hugs to
Watch a short video about our mission and our goals.
Meet Our Dogs
All of the dogs shown above are available for adoption.
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Fill out an application and adopt a new best friend.
Celebrating 20 Years and Over 3000 Saved!
The Free Spirit Siberian Rescue opened its doors in 1999 with the intention of rescuing
and finding a home for every husky/husky mix in need of rescue. Fast forward twenty
years later, and FSSR has saved over 3000 dogs by helping them find their forever
homes! This accomplishment couldn't of been done without the passion and love of animals
of our president, Karen Ferreri-Miller. Her desire to allow any animal the second
chance of finding their happily ever after is what drives her and all of our volunteers.
We are truly grateful to all of the love and support from our volunteers, adopters,
and numerous supporters along the way. Without you none of this would be possible!
Host: Dog Works Radio
The Sibe Vibe Presents Karen Ferreri-Miller
Join host, Dorothy Wills-Raftery as she presents The Sibe Vibe Show. On this episode
we talk to Karen Ferreri-Miller, President of Free Spirit Siberian Rescue, Harvard,
Illinois. Listen to the show on the FSSR website, or check it out on the Dog Works Radio website.