Meet your future furever pup!

Our Adoptable Dogs

PLEASE NOTE: Heartland Husky Rescue is 100% volunteer-run and foster-based. We do not have a facility where all the dogs are housed for you to visit. We do not adopt out of state, we do not ship our dogs and our dogs are meant to be pets, not working animals. All meet and greets are scheduled only after an application is submitted and approved, but you are welcome to meet any of our dogs at our various adoption events.

Our application approval process does include a home check and verification of your veterinary references. Unless otherwise stated on the dog's profile, if you live in an apartment or do not have a 5ft or taller fence around your yard, most huskies will not be a good fit. If you can not show proof of your current animals being up to date on vaccinations, heartworm prevention and on flea/tick prevention, there is a high likelihood that your application will be rejected. Exceptions are rare and made at the sole discretion of our board members, so please email us if you feel you fall into one of these groups.

 

Kai

His Story

Kai (briefly Dakota) is settled into his foster home and gets along well with his current furry buddies, but is ready to find his own furever home! We’d love for him to find a home to call his own before the holidays and in time for his second birthday (12/22).


Kai is a young, energetic husky who will do best in a husky experienced home. He is a known escape artist and needs lots of activity and engagement.

 

Adopters will need to be able to provide a secure fenced-in backyard, as well as be open to installing hot wire as a deterrent.

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Sex:         Male

Age:        2 Years

Vetting:  Microchipped, Neutered, Up to date on all shots

Adoption Fee:      $150 

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Parker

His Story

Parker is coming back to the rescue and is looking for a foster (or adopter) to let him crash at their place. 


He’s a 5-6ish year old Pyrenees mix with full Pyrenees tendencies. He LOVES to roam and do his own thing so a secure yard is a must for him. He is house trained but preferred to be outside in the yard doing dog stuff at his previous home so an apartment wouldn’t really suit his needs. He loves other dogs but he is big and plays rough so another active medium-large breed friend would be best. He would make a great outdoorsy/hiking buddy 

 

We will be catching him up on vetting and getting him a dental done before he’s ready for adoption.

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Sex:         Male

Age:        5-6 Years

Vetting:  Microchipped, Neutered, Up to date on all shots

Adoption Fee:      $150 

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