I saw an advert yesterday, for a Malamute named Dewey who is available for adoption from Moonsong Malamute Rescue in Idaho, USA. After reading Dewey’s story my heart ached and had I lived in America, and in one of the states that the organization adopts out to, I would have sent in my adoption application straight away. Read Dewey’s letter below, and if you live in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada or Utah, and can offer Dewey the loving, responsible and permanent home he deserves, please contact Moonsong Malamute Rescue.
If you are not in a position to adopt or foster, but want to help Malamutes in need, there are other ways of doing so. I recently bought a leash from Arctic Breeds Rescue in Utah which is one of the rescues that have been accepting Malamutes from the Montana puppy mill bust during the past year. The leash comes in different colours and is made from dynamic climbing rope, sturdy rope clamps and ESI Mountain Bike Grips. The padded handle makes it very comfortable to use. The Arctic Rescue Leash made by 5 Sibes Sewing can be yours for a $25 dollar donation to rescue. Click here to read more.