Ray does takes some time to warm up to new people, but once Ray warms up to you and becomes familiar with his surroundings he is a sweetheart.
Ray has been a wonderful sled dog while with us and would be a great fit for an active individual or couple who is looking for an outdoor buddy. Ray gets along with other dogs but would do best in a calm, adult only home.
When you adopt a dog from us you receive free lifetime in person/phone/email support. 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.
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