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Apply to become a pack leader or member

Adoptions at Husky Halfway House are a multi-stage process. When you adopt a dog from us, you become a part of our family. We require a thorough application to include vet reference checks to ensure all of our dogs are adopted to their matching homes.

All of our Halfway Huskies are fully vetted before getting adopted. This includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention and dewormer. The costs for this vetting are factored into the adoption fee for each dog.
Our adoption fee starts at is $400. This is based on the costs put into the dog which includes food, vetting, shelter, microchip, vaccines and any other medical care required. Puppies under a year old are $500 and those that went through Puppy Bootcamp are $750. Puppies under 12 weeks are $1000, 400 of which will go to an adults adoption fee.


Adoptions fees are waived by signing up for our Pack Leader program. Puppy fees are reduced by half. 

Our process is as follows:

1. Apply: Let us get to know you! Our application will also give you a chance to review our expectations of you as an adopter.

2. Discuss: Explain the details of your application to our director, Jenni, and discuss your adoption potential.

3. Choose: Jenni and Britney will review available huskies with you that they believe would be a good fit for your family and lifestyle. You are encouraged to visit the rescue in person if possible to meet potential matches.

4. Adopt: Once you have chosen which husky you would like to accept into your family, you will take them home on an adoption trial. When we have decided that the adoption is succeeding for all parties, we will finalize the adoption agreement.

You are not simply adopting a dog. By joining our Pack Leadership Adoption Program, you are allowing us to adopt you for the life of your pet. We will be your biggest supporters and cheerleaders. We require our adopters to remain in contact with us. We REQUIRE dogs to be returned to the rescue if things don't work out.

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