Sunday, February 1, 2015

Update on Lucie Feb 1, 2015

Lucie patiently waiting for pets ! LV Pet Expo, 1/31/15
Lucie, new foster, is waiting patiently to meet new people at the Pet Expo! She has been with us for about 2 weeks now. She is a 5 1/2 year old female, who is UTD on shots, heartworm and lyme negative, and will be spayed prior to adoption. She loves going out for walks, and her tail is always curled up and bouncing around! She is a shy, timid husky, due to poor socialization and being confined to a kennel for most of her life. She is working on learning the rules of living indoors, including potty training. She is working on crate training, and has some good days, and some bad days in the crate. Some days she goes in there voluntarily and lays down, other days she howls while in the crate. She is a vocal little girl who has, on many occasions, pranced around the yard howling! She is making progress everyday, and learning that humans are a great source of pets and chin scratches! She is friendly and interested in other dogs, any size. She is playful with the two male huskies in her foster home. Due to her timid nature, she would enjoy a quiet and calm home, possibly with another dog! We do not think she is cat friendly. She is currently being fostered in Lehigh Valley, PA. She will start training Feb 7th, 2015 with our wonderful trainers from Passion For Paws! Stay tuned for more updates on Lucie's progress!
Lucie at the Lehigh Valley Pet Expo on 1/31/15 
Lucie in "the show ring" helping to educate
the public on the Husky Breed. 1/31/15
Lucie was worn out at the end of the day from
all the attention she received! 1/31/15



Sunday, January 18, 2015

Meet Lucie!

We have a new foster who arrived this past weekend. She has been named Lucie, after Lucille Ball, since she is a red and white husky! She is 5 1/2 years old. She is doing great thus far, and has made some progress since coming into the foster home. When she arrived she was very dirty, so after 4 washes with Nature's Miracle "Tough on Dirt" Shampoo, her beautiful coat is showing! Her fur is a little coarse and thin at the moment, but we are certain it will improve over time, and especially with the FreshPet she has been eating. She's hesitant to walk on the leash by herself, but if other dogs are leading the way, she is happy to follow. She enjoys her time in the crate, as that is her den. She is working on manners and potty training as she is currently a counter surfer and has had a few accidents in the house. She gets along great with the other huskies in the home. Lucie is also a howler, and at night will sing before bedtime, We will try to capture this on video, but she does seem a bit shy to sing on camera. Lucie needs a lot of training and socialization, so she is not ready to be adopted. She is currently in heat and will need to be spayed after that. She is currently being fostered in Lehigh Valley, PA. Please check back for updates on Lucie and her journey! Check out the pictures below to see Lucie's transformation this past weekend!
Day 1: Lucie on her way to rescue
Day 1: Lucie got a bath and was cooperative!


Day 1: Lucie being a very good girl during her bath!

Day 1: Lucie getting washed and
rinsed several times!

Day 1: Post bath...Time to brush out those
mattes and get groomed!

Day 1: Lucie sitting on a volunteers lap in front
of the fireplace to get warm

Day 1: More dry time, with the help of Zeus

Day 2: Clean, fluffy, and living inside!

Day 2: Midday nap 

Day 2: More napping after morning walk

Monday, December 8, 2014

We are famous!

Check us our on WFMZ's 69 News! Thank you to WFMZ for having us on! Thank you to the volunteers and foster dogs who participated in this!

Friday, December 5, 2014

Thinking of donating this holiday season?


Harnessed to Hope Northern Breed Rescue is a 501(c)3 non profit organizaion, which means that your charitable contributions are tax deductible! You can donate here, or by clicking on the PayPal donate button the right side of the screen! When you donate to us, your money goes towards:

  • routine vet check ups
  • spay and neuter surgeries and follow ups
  • standard vaccines
  • microchipping
  • wellness visits
  • prescriptions
  • Lyme Disease treatments
  • heartworm treatments
  • heartworm preventative
  • flea and tick preventative
  • special needs dogs
and much more.

Keep on walking on WoofTrax!!

We are currently at 1,621 miles! We have 25 people walking for our rescue! "WoofTrax through the Walk for a Dog mobile app, creates fundraising opportunities for shelters and rescues while encouraging dogs and their humans to exercise together regularly." Each mile you walk with your dog helps our rescue raise money! Search Harnessed to Hope Northern Breed Rescue under Pennsylvania rescues! 

Foster Dog Update 12-5-2014

The Puppies
We are very excited to report that Tonka, the only male of the litter, has been adopted by his foster family! His sister, Talula, who he was fostered with, has also been adopted! Tink is currently on a sleepover, and Thora and Talla have pending adoptions! Tasha is hopeful she will have a home soon too! UPDATE 1/18/2015: All the puppies have found forever homes!!

Sheba, the wonderful mother of our previous litter of puppies, is going on a sleepover this weekend with a potential adoptive family! She has one more round of heartworm treatment to go, and is doing so well! She is gaining weight, and looks great! UPDATE 1/18/2015: Sheba has been adopted and is now Heart worm free! The hearworm treatment worked and she is healthy!

Meiko has been adopted as well! This guy was in the rescue for well over a year, and finally has a permanent place he can call home!

Daisy Mae, the mother of the T-puppies, is still looking for a home! UPDATE: 1/18/2015 Daisy Mae has been adopted!
Daisy Mae after the first snow storm of the year!


We are so grateful so many families have submitted applications for our foster dogs and puppies! Thank you very much for supporting our rescue!

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Catch us on WFMZ this Saturday!

Wake up Saturday morning and tune in to WFMZ in the morning to catch some of our fosters "wooing" and volunteers talking about Harnessed to Hope and our mission!