Adoptions for dogs listed here are strictly between adopter and current owner. IAMRA assumes no liability / responsibility for
these adoptions/dogs. If you need to find a new home for your malamute,
please go to our Need to Give up Your Malamute Page.
Koda is a malamute mix. We have had him since he was five weeks old and he is now almost six years old. We are giving up our beloved dog is because we are having a baby and Koda is not safe for children; we are unwilling to take the risk. Koda needs a home/family where he is the center of attention and the world pretty much revolves around him, like it does at our home. He needs a home with no other children and no other pets. Koda has separation anxiety but I have been fortunate enough to work from home and so he is not alone all day. He does however do well with Camp Bow Wow here in Jacksonville, FL when we need to go out of town. The staff really works well with him. Before we got pregnant we ran him three miles a day, so he is perfect dog for someone who is very active as he expects and demands his walks. Koda is extremely smart. He knows how to sit, stay, lay, speak, do “inside voice”, roll over, crawl, pray, and much more-all with sign language commands too. Koda is very protective of the people he accepts into his pack and needs a home with someone who is experienced with taking care of malamute mixes. He is very loyal and has been an honor to have this dog in our lives, however he needs a special home. The ideal home would be with someone who has no children or other dogs, who lives an active lifestyle, who could be the alpha to Koda and give him the structure he needs providing him with love and discipline. We would like to have updates on him from time to time and hope that we can find the right new owner that wouldn’t mind. Please feel free to contact me any time at firstname.lastname@example.org or my wife at email@example.com. We are willing to help with travel arrangements, if we find the right new home for Koda. We are asking a re-homing fee of $300 which will be donated to rescue. Koda is neutered, microchipped, up to date on shots and heartworm negative.