Snickers is a 6 year old spayed female. She's got a lot of spunk, loves to cuddle, and especially loves bounding around through the forest. She is house trained and will make a very easy pet. She's great with other dogs and kids, too. Recently, she was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension. She is on meds that manages that, but sadly it's not in her best interest to continue pulling sleds, even though she's still crazy about it.
Bama is a 10 year old neutered male. He's very excitable and is just getting older so can't keep up with the young guns any more. He loves to play and be active. When he's inside he finds a comfy spot to lay down and then just relaxes. He's mostly house-trained (we've only had one accident over the course of a few weeks). He's good with kids and other dogs.
Rhino is a 9 year old intact male. He loves going for hikes, runs and walks. He’s good at sticking around when he’s off leash, though he does love to explore and chase deer. He gets along with other dogs and children. He has spent a lot of time inside and is house trained.
Blue is a neutered 9 year old male. He has not spent much time inside, though we have started working on this. He is incredibly sweet and pretty calm. He is a little bit shy, but once he warms up, he loves to be close and get pets. He would be happy in a home where he can get a little bit of exercise, but he doesn't need to be super active like some of our other dogs. He's also good with kids and other dogs.
Fuji is a 9 year old, un-neutered male. He's quirky and easy to love. He gets along with other dogs and kids. Although he is slowing down a little, he still loves to be active going on hikes, runs, walks, and would probably love to skijor. Fuji is a very routine-oriented dog, once he knows the routine, he'll settle right in and be a sweet and loving pet.
HD is an intact 8 year old boy. He's the one of the shyer dogs we have. It will take him some time to adapt to the pet life, but once he does, we think he'll love it. He has a sweet temperament and gets along with most other dogs. He will adapt more quickly if he has a solid routine. He hasn't spent much time in the house, but he is one that we are working with, so that the transition will be easier for him and for whoever adopts him.