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.
Meet Bella! She is a “too-sexy-for-her-fur” 18-month-old malamute out of champion parents who is looking for a home where she won’t have to compete with any other furry family members (translation: she needs to be an “only” pet). She loves people, hanging out in the house, and her squeaky tennis ball. She’s a big girl, but is house-trained and is very well behaved indoors. She could use a bit of basic obedience training, but she learns quickly as she’s very smart. She’d be fine in a home with older children. As a long coated malamute, she will require someone who likes to use the brush and comb on a regular basis. A fenced yard and an owner who will allow her to live inside the home as a cherished member of the family are also required. If you would like to learn more about Bella, please contact Joyce DeLay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kody is a big handsome 95 pound, 6 year old fellow that lost his home when his owner/breeder died. Kody is from Champion lines, check out his gorgeous head and feet! Thankfully a friend was able to step in and give him a temporary home, but he needs a forever home of his own. Kody is housebroken, and quiet in the house. He gets along with other dogs, and has been okay with the resident feline. He is working on leash manners, and isn’t fond of the crate, but is working on that too! Can you give this sweet fellow a forever home? To meet/adopt Kody, please contact Mike at email@example.com