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.
Sam is a sweet, lively 5 year old female, originally purchased as a puppy from a pet store by my aging cousin. I rescued her at 7 months of age when my cousin became ill and went into nursing care. Sam is a beautiful, well-socialized, healthy girl who enjoys playing, taking walks, spending time with her family, and hanging out over the fence to greet passers-by. She travels well in the car. She is good with other dogs, boards well, and enjoys doggy day care. But NO CATS! She likes children but because of her size (120 lbs) can knock them down while playing, so must not be left unsupervised with small children. In the winter she loves to pull my grandchildren on a dogsled (led on a leash). She loves to swim.
Sam has mostly been an “outside” dog, with a garage kennel and run, but is housebroken and crate-trained, and sleeps indoors in the winter. She does not have free run of the house and is supervised, leashed, or crated when indoors. Retirement lifestyle changes prompt me to seek a new family for Sam. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-310-4246 if you are interested in adopting my sweet girl. I will be donating the $150 adoption fee to IAMRA.