CHAAMP is a proud rescue member of The Pet Professional Guild. We practice fear-free (no physical/verbal intimidation) and force-free dog handling and husbandry. This type of gentle, kind interaction gives Malamutes a "choice" to collaborate and retreat to their safe space as needed. It takes time and patience to change and learn new behavior for all of us. We are in this together.
Adoption begins with completing an online application. Information is confidential and is used to help us find a match with your lifestyle. An adoption requirement is training and we will help you find a trainer. Training helps build a bond with your Malamute and helps him/her gain confidence.
You can also volunteer to take the Malamutes on a walk. This is a great way to meet the Mals.
If you cannot adopt, fostering is a wonderful alternative. With your help, we can open up space for another Malamute to come to the rescue. Learn more by clicking on available Malamutes below.
Maggie Mae was a shelter stray. She weighs 55 lbs. and is most likely Siberian Husky. Maggie was scared to be touched or make eye contact. She didn't even know how to walk on a leash and would make circles running around you. Recently, she went to get her vaccines updated and enjoyed the car ride but is still scared of most things but has definitely come a long way. She would benefit with a mellow male dog companion.
Eight year old Sammy is actually hunting for his forever home. His human passed away and he is very sad. He is in foster care where he has started to eat. Most recently, he went to the Vet for his senior exam and received a CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH!!! He's very loving and deserving of a loving furever home. He prefers a stay at home parent if at all possible. He is learning a standard routine, which helps relieve anxiety of what's going to happen next. You can't blame him after his recent loss.
Under a year old, this pup is learning manners using positive reinforcement. It's just so exciting growing up! Woo!!!
Diego is sweet and energetic (typical at this age). He is eager to learn, earn treats, and bond with a human companion using positive reinforcement training. He also seeks enrichment (licking, sniffing, chewing) to exercise his brain and nurture his inside coach potato.
This precious girl arrived from a puppy mill after being bred for money. She was so small, we thought she was a puppy! Thankfully she is doing AMAZING with her foster home and is ready to be adopted.
Maddox is a roughly 4 year old pup, was found as a stray. He is learning doggy manners and gaining confidence. He wants to be your one and only please.
Another puppy mill Malamute. Klondike requires an experienced humans with positive reinforcement. He is learning life is not so scary and would benefit life with a mellow male human.