This isn't your average store opening at Freehold Mall.

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If you are expecting the announcement of a bowling alley, arcade, or big box store, I'm sorry to disappoint. However, the new member of the Freehold Mall family is a non-profit that really makes a difference in the community.

Husky House Siberian Husky and Fellow K9 Rescue is currently located on Route 34 in Matawan. They're a non-profit (501c3) that was founded by Lorraine Healy.

Husky House is committed to the rescue, shelter, care, and adoption of stray, abandoned, and unwanted animals in the Tri-State. They also focus on educating the public on proper pet care and the importance of spaying and neutering all dogs and cats.

While Husky House specializes in helping abandoned Siberian Huskies, they take in all breeds of dogs, so they have a second chance in life, and eventually a new home.

According to a Facebook post on the shelter's official page, an adoption center is coming soon to Freehold Mall.

It's not known where in the mall the new adoption center will be or when the opening is planned, but watch this space for updates.

Thanks to Husky House and all its dedicated volunteers for your tireless work, and the best of luck at the new Freehold Mall location.

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