‘Our lives were threatened’ says dog shelter staff

THE Husky Salvation in Irvinestown provides a life-saving service for the rehabilitation and rehoming of stray dogs – but the staff and team at the non-profit organisation was recently left fearing for their lives.

Set up by Johanne Judge in 2016, the animal shelter has been to the fore in looking after and caring for dogs that have suffered abuse and negligence in the local Fermanagh community.

The Husky Salvation team recently moved premises to an industrial estate on the outskirts of Enniskillen, but they’ve had to leave the venue after suffering a number of alleged ‘death threats’.


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