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Happy Tails!

Our Adopted Dogs

Nothing makes us happier than pairing the perfect dog for the right household! Here are some of our pups' happy tails!

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Finn was picked up as a stray and taken in to the vet, where he served his stray hold. Heartland Husky listed him for several weeks in the hope that he would find his family, before being listed for adoption. 

Finn is an energetic, yet very sweet young boy, and he was adopted by a family to join their pack of 3 dogs, 3 kids and 2 doting adults. 

Today he can be found snoozing with his new mom, or frolicking with his sister in the yard.



Natasha (formerly Coco) Came to Heartland Husky Rescue from the broken arrow shelter, where she was surrendered by her former family and only had a day left. 

Despite being a cute and fluffy love bug, natasha suffered from black dog syndrome and had trouble finding her forever home. when she did meet her new mom, it was love at first sight and she walked out the door and never looked back.

Follow her adventures on instagram: @thefurryblackwidow



Kazi is a sweet young puppy, full of energy and puppy curiosity. As with most husky puppies, he needed a home capable of keeping up with him and his intelligence. 

He was adopted by a wonderful couple who opened up their home and hearts to his playful spirit and who didn’t mind this little BIG boy.

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At 9 months and 70 lbs, this boy was always going to be a big guy! because of his size and proportional energy levels, loki had a hard time finding the right home with several adopters pulling out at the last minute or not working out. 

Heartland Husky Rescue was able to find him his forever home that appreciates his size, need for exercise and attention, and who will spoil him rotten with the treats he loves most. 

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Nuk Nuk is a petite little girl, very small for a husky, but just adorable and cute. 

She was treated for a tick illness in Heartland husky rescue’s care before being made available for adoption.

NuK is the perfect dog, was completely house trained, playful with other dogs, and not in the least bit destructive. 

Nuk Nuk (Now Juneau), found a great home with a young great pyrenees brother to protect and play with her. 

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