Bay Area Siberian Husky Club
The Bay Area Siberian Husky Club (BASH) is dedicated to the Siberian
Husky Breed and provides a forum where Siberian enthusiasts can work
and show their dogs as well as participate in a variety of fun
activities. BASH Club members enjoy all kinds of activities with their
Huskies. The club organizes instructional meetings, hiking, camping,
and winter trips. The club also has a specialty dog show, fun match,
and parades to let everyone know that huskies are special.
The club also sponsors a rescue effort to save Siberian Huskies that otherwise may be turned out on the street or face euthanasia in shelters. Founded in 1987, the efforts of those volunteering their time to Siberian Husky rescue in the bay area have been exceptionally successful--finding homes for a high percentage of the Siberians who enter the program.
Finding good homes and responsible owners for lost and abandoned Siberians is only part of the group's efforts. In addition, Bay Area Siberian Husky Rescue Referral (BASHRR) provides direction to information, training tips, and advice to owners in need of solving problems with their dogs in order to help them find alternatives to surrendering their pets. BASHRR also helps reunite owners with lost dogs by continually monitoring newspaper ads and shelters.
Dogs listed on our site are up for adoption. All efforts have been made to find the owners, unless they have been surrendered. All dogs are altered, and made current on shots before being put up for adoption. Adoption fees vary ($100 to $500 depending on adoptablity). This helps cover the cost of spay/neutering, shots, pound fees, and vet costs.
All dogs have been evaluated, however descriptions of the dogs, including evaluation of their temperament are furnished by the people placing them. We are providing a source of information only and do not attempt to verify the information given.