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My name is Maggie!

Husky Mix Dog for adoption in Jefferson, New Hampshire - Maggie
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New Hampshire Sled Dog Rescue

Facts about Maggie

  • Breed: Husky Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Say hello to Maggie (or Zombie Maggie as we call her around the kennel due to her scar). This sweet, 10 year old Alaskan Husky is not to be missed. While shy and bashful at first, she will happily receive all of the belly rubs you want to give after getting to know you. Maggie would love to lay in front of your wood stove and watch Walking Dead reruns but would also gladly accompany you on daily errands. She enjoys the company of adults, calm children and most dogs. This sweet girl is sensitive and submissive and after she settles in will be as though she has been a part of your family all along.

Our adoption fee is $250 and covers: health certificate, clear stool sample, microchip, updated vaccines, spay or neuter if necessary, a harness, and use of Tagg GPS tracker for 3 months.

Things To Consider Before You Adopt:

Our adoptable sled dogs range in age from 3 - 14. We very rarely have puppies/youngsters available adoption.

Our adoptable sled dogs are: Alaskan Huskies, Siberian Huskies, Malamutes and/or mixes of all of the above.

Our adoptable sleds dog are used to living in an outdoor, working environment. This means that they will need to be house trained and exposed to house stimulus like stairs, cars, vacuums, wood floors etc. Adopting an adult sled dog is similar to welcoming a puppy.

Our adoptable sled dogs range from medium to high energy. In general they require multiple walks daily and engaging toys when inside the home. A bored/under exercised sled dog is a destructive and anxious sled dog!

Our adoptable sled dogs are trained to run and are therefore a high flight risk. We do require that they be on leash or within a fenced in yard at all times until proper recall training has been received.

Our adoptable sled dogs have befriended many kitties in their new homes, that being said adopters are instructed to monitor all interactions with small animals as our four-leggers have limited exposure to them while with us and there is no telling how they may react.

About New Hampshire Sled Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

The NH Sled Dog Rescue, History and Education Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit entity that focuses on taking in rescue and second chance sled dogs, providing education to the public about northern breed dogs, preserving New Hampshire dog sledding history and finding furrever homes for the sled dogs in our adoption program. To learn more, visit our website: www.nhsdrhec.com or like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/nhsdrhec

Come Meet Our Pets...

To learn more about our adoptable sled dogs or to schedule a visit please feel free to contact us via phone (1-603-545-4533) or email (info@dogslednh.com). We would be delighted to answer all of your questions and help you find a sled dog that would be a great fit for you!

Our Adoption Process...

We have a comprehensive adoption process that includes: a questionnaire/application, reference check, in person meetings etc. Since many of our dogs are second chance or rescue dogs we want to be sure they go to the best home possible and are setup for success. Our adoption fee is typically $250. The adoption fee covers: health certificate, microchip, updated vaccines, spay or neuter if necessary, clear stool sample, a harness and use of Tagg GPS tracker for 3 months.