Huskies & Sled dogs for Adoption

In spring, there is always many dogs looking for loving families, as the professional kennels decide which dogs will be retired. The list below might not be updated, so don't hesitate to contact us if you're looking to adopt a former sled dog!

All the Huskies listed here are wonderful dogs, all suitable for a "classic" home life. Of course, as any adopted or rehomed pet, they will need some time to settle in their new life with you. If you give them that time to adapt, get to know you and trust you, they will become amazing companions.

So far, since end 2019, we have rehomed - or help to rehome - more than 40 dogs. They all made such wonderful stories that it makes us more inspired than ever to keep on with this wonderful sled dogs rehoming project.

Do not hesitate to contact us for further information on the project and dogs for adoption.

Any support is of course always welcome. The more resources we get, the more dogs we can help and the more kennels we can help retiring their dogs. So if you cannot adopt a dog yourself, why not sponsor one?

  • Sunny

    This adorable girl will cheer you up and make your day!

    Sunny is a small Alaskan husky female, born 20.03.2018. Kind and affectionate with people, she is lively and playful. She would be a perfect companion if you're looking for an active friend with whom to create a strong bond.

    She was born in Alaska and arrived in Finland several years ago. She truly enjoyed being a sled dog, and was very good at it, her energy compensating largely her small built. She now deserves a life full of cuddles, fun and play with her new lucky person

    However small Sunny is, she isn't a toy. She would love a home where she can get the mental and physical activity she needs. Fast and eager learner, she would certainly love fun activities such as agility, frisbee fetch, ski- or bikejöring, canix... She also loves cuddles and needs to feel she belongs to a family or person. Once she's used to you, she could easily be walked free as she stays close by her people and is extremely obedient.

    Sunny is currently at our place in Sweden for her "rehoming" training. She can be taken to central Europe during summer.

    Is SUNNY your new best friend? Contact us via messenger, insta DM or email

  • Rakam

    This sweet 4.5 years old Alaskan husky is looking for a new home or team. 

    He is very nice, maybe a little shy at first, but quickly opens up. He is very calm, yet energetic, and needs exercise. He loves pulling but overheats (because he pulls too hard or it is hot) so avoid having him pulling during summer when it is hot. Usually, training is better at night time or early morning. when it is cooler.

    He can still be a working dog if you do short distance. He used to run about 10-20 kms per day in autumn (with usually a water break) and 25-40 kms per day in winter. In winter, overheating isn't an issue when the trail is easy but can be when the snow is heavy or sticky. We don't think there would be any problem for mushers doing shorter runs, or runs on hard trails. He follows well too so he can run off the leash.

    He was born in a kennel and is used to be with other dogs all the time, so we would prefer if he was to have at least a dog companion in his new family. He can be quite playful with other dogs, both male and female. He is fine with kids too.

    Rakam is currently based in Swedish Lapland.

    Is he your new best friend? Want more info? Contact us via messenger, insta DM or email

  • Pan

    5 years old Pan is a very sweet, and cute Alaskan husky. He loves attention, loves to go on walk (he does not have to be on a leash, he stays beside) and loves to pull. So he can easily go as a pet or as a working dog. He loves both worlds. He is used to running about about 40-80 kms per week in autumn and 160 kms per week during winter so he needs to be active and go out every day.

    He is kind and nice with kids. He is used to living outside, but loves to be inside as well. He is fine with other female dogs; with males, it depends, so it would have to be on a case to case. He is used to living in a pack, so we prefer if he has at least one dog friend in his new home.

    PAN currently lives in Swedish Lapland.

    Is he your new best friend? Would you like more info on pan? Contact us via messenger, insta DM or email


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