Our dogs are working hard for us their whole life. When they get older, we try to find a retirement home for them so they could enjoy their last years going on tours, laying on the couch and enjoying the pet life.
The usual retirement age is 9-10 years old, with some exceptions for individual cases, e.g. if the dog doesn’t like sledding, or is too stressed in the dog yard. “Borrow a Buddy” is a warp-up for them to learn about the pet dog life before they finally get adopted.
We have successfully adopted over 100 dogs and made many families very happy – Alaskan huskies make lovely pets. Send us an email if you’re looking for a 4-legged friend and want to join our Rehomed Husky Family.
Meet Apple 🥑 10 years old ⠀
Fluffy, sweet, weird and little timid. Yes, Avocado is a shy dog and probably won’t be the one asking for cuddles if you approach him in the dog yard. Quite the opposite – he will most likely hide in his house. He is a bit uncertain about this big wide world and often acts insecure at first. ⠀ As most of our shy guys, Avocado needs some time to warm up and once he does, he can become really playful. His siblings Mango and Kiwi are already adopted and developed a very goofy personality over some months. Avocado is not a needy dog, but has potential to become cuddle monster. Same as his siblings, he also has a good sense of humor and we assure entertainment for the one who adopts him on daily basis. Life with weirdos is never boring. ⠀ Avocado loves being outside, but unlike most of our sled dogs, he doesn’t pull that hard when taken away from the dog yard. There are so many unknown things to discover, he is usually more busy sniffing, peeing, observing and eating grass – doing doggy things 😎 ⠀ Avocado is neutered and could easily join a family who already has a female dog. He is a curious dog and there’s even if he’s reaching the senior age, he is discovering life as a puppy. ⠀ Feel like you’d like to introduce Avocado to the pet life and offer him forever home? Contact us! ⠀ 💌 firstname.lastname@example.org bbbbb
We visited to experience the dog sledding and were totally blown away by the whole day. The ethos of the place is to maintain the dog’s welfare first and foremost. The staff are so knowledgeable and friendly and our musher gave us loads of info during the sledding experience. I can highly recommend Villmarksenter and we are planning another visit already. This is a must do trip for anyone who loves dogs and being out in the beauty of the wilderness.
December 18, 2023
A wonderful experience snowshoeing across beautiful landscapes. We did about 5k in total, with a stop half way through for hot drinks and biscuits (supplied by the guides). The guides were incredibly knowledgeable and were more than happy to answer any question we had. We took 2 dogs on the hike, which I enjoyed very much! We spent time in the dog yard after snowshoeing, which was amazing
December 18, 2022
LOVED the experience! We had a very patient and kind guide Krystof. I’m actually afraid of dogs, but the dogs were friendly and if you don’t want to you don’t have to be in contact with them. Also, the views up there were magical. Would definitely recommend it to everyone?
December 18, 2022
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