Wow! It is wonderful how many people have grouped together to save that litter. i am very impressed!
It sounds to me like everything is being done to give those puppies the best of odds that they can be afforded. Far better, in this case, if they has stayed with the mother dog and that owner... his carelessness and utter lack of any trace of empathy does not give me much hope that those puppies would have had near the care that they do in foster care now. And bravo & way cool of that dog to take on the pups as her own!
I in no way promote the breeidng of pits to huskies... or do I really promote breeding at all
I don't think that mix is really desirable, given some of the genetic predispostions and such... but they sound far from a lost cause! And obviously others agree since they have made it along this far...
They have the benefit of having litter mates to interact with, and a momma dog to teach them about being a dog. These things will go far for those pups. They are being socialized and shown love. I in no way expect to see vicious monsters just because they were unable to stay with their birth mother. The may or may not have some genetic unsoundness issues, but that is a risk with any dog from questionalbe decent.
Now they have a loving home, good food, medical care, obedience training, and screening before going into homes... more than they would have had with the creep that dumped them.
I would suggest having them spayed and neutered BEFORE going into homes, waiting until 12 weeks at least for placement, and not advertising them as pit/husky mixes but rather as pit mixes and then explain directly to the potential adopter (that does not seem like they are on crack) what the mix is
The last thing you want is wackos that want a killer guard dog, a killer fighting dog, a killer ego trip of a dog, or want to start their own breed by mating the adopted pups...
And pictures. Losts of pictures. I bet that they are cute as anything!