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Adoptable Malamutes
  This page is updated and current as of 12/13/2018.

Not all dogs that are available at Polaris Alaskan Malamute Rescue are pictured here. Also, some of the dogs listed here may have already been adopted. We try to update our listings weekly. Please call us for the most up to date list of available Malamutes. All of the dogs are up to date on all shots, and neutered or spayed.

Sometimes we also have Malamute Mix dogs available for adoption. If you might be interested in one of these dogs please visit our Malamute Mix page.

Some partners we work with have malamutes for adoption too. Please note that these dogs are not affiliated with POLARIS in any way, but we do want to provide notice that these dogs are available for adoption too. For more information click here.

If you are interested in adopting a Polaris dog (either one that is listed here or one that may not be), please fill out our adoption application.


 

Kota

Adoptable Malamute Kota Photo

Kota is a wonderful, affectionate 2 year old black and white, 75 lbs. male. He is quite social with other dogs, but would be safest with a furry female companion. He has done well in doggie daycare and the dog park. He is cautious upon meeting new people - wants the person to slowly come to him, then he is comfortable. He has done well living in a home with a three year old child. He is active and has demonstrated attachment disorder so he has been on a mood elevator to calm him down when left alone in the home. He may attempt to escape a fenced area if alone. He does not seem to be affected when in a dog social environment so a resident dog companion is advised. Kota is playful and attentive to his humans. -He loves belly rubs! If you have a female dog and seek a companion for her, please consider this sweet boy...

Kota is looking for his forever home. If you are interested in giving him that loving home please fill out our adoption application.