Two of the five Alaskan Huskies that are rehome-ready. Photo: Luna Lobos Dog Sledding (facebook)
PEOA, Utah. — Spring has sprung at the Luna Lobos Dog Sledding Ranch, and these little cuties will soon enough be springing forth; running, jumping, possibly even blissfully pulling a sled. Luna Lobos is currently looking for good families to rehome these Alaskan Huskies. They’re seven weeks old and will be ready to go to their new, permanent homes next week.
Home owners in Summit or adjacent counties are being gifted a rare opportunity.
The owner of Luna Lobos said, “The last litter we rehomed was back in 2016. My wife fights me tooth and nail to keep all of our pups haha! We are finding more often people in our community wanting to take up the sport of skijoring or starting a small team of sled dogs. We thought this could help with that by offering these guys to trusted members of our amazing town.”
Throughout the Western United States, stories organically shared about the folks at Luna Lobos being altruistic are all true.
“Each pup leaves with a signed contract stating that they must return to our kennel if their living situation is not a good match with their adopted family. We have had great success rehoming our adult dogs and we know we live in a great community to find adventurous families for these little guys. We are in no rush to rehome them and if we do not find the right match, we are happy to keep these guys forever,” the owner said.
“Our race team is primarily made of surrendered dogs, donated, and rescue dogs. Just recently we’ve played a little with our own lines to add members to the Luna Race Team. If a newly surrendered dog finds that they do not like running, we take our time to find them the right homes,” he said.
Make no bones about it, Luna Lobos is one of Utah’s premier dog sledding elite competition, developing athlete’s and recreational/educational facilities.
“These dogs WILL be high strung and very active. They’ll make great hiking and biking buddies. Both parents are phenomenal athletes as well,” wrote the owner of Luna Lobos in a Facebook post. “We are very picky about who we rehome to. Interested families will need to be interviewed and must provide strong references. We will not let these pups go to just anyone. We will take our time finding them the right home.”
Lucky local families will get to welcome these precious pups into their lives and nurture them in nature.
Interested parties are asked to send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.