***On Trial***

Located in Melbourne, Victoria


2.5 year old Alaskan Malamute male

I met gorgeous Harley today and if you can believe it - he is even more stunning in real life.

Harley is a very friendly boy and is excited to meet new people and go new places.

He's only 2.5 years old and ad such is very active, he'll need a good length walk or two every day. Like most Malamutes this will need to be on lead as pretty much everything else is more interesting than coming back to you.

Sadly Harley seems to be undersocialised with other dogs so will need to go to a home where he is the only pet, or can be kept separate from other dogs until his manners improve.

He is not aggressive with other dogs, just very inappropriate and doesn't know how to respond. This could lead to aggression if he is not taught otherwise.

He met a very submissive female husky and whilst he was not sure about her he did tolerate her for the most part. With controlled socialisation he will get used to other dogs and may be suitable to live with a friendly female of similar size down the track.

Ideally his new family will be willing to take him to weekly group obedience classes.This will help him learn some manners and also help him get used to behaving around other dogs.

As far as training goes Harley currently knows sit.... 
He is VERY strong on lead (anyone want a sledding Malamute???).

Harley will need an adult only household as he is of decent size and likely to knock over small children due to his enthusiasm for...well...everything. 

If you'd be willing to share your home and heart with Harley whilst he prepares for the next chapter of his story please fill in an adoption form online.

Adoption Process

Please fill out our online adoption applicationhttp://www.amraa.org.au/adoption-form

Note that a property check is part of the process to ensure fences are secure with no gaps.

Our adoption screening is aimed to match the right dog to the right home and we make no apologies for the thoroughness of this process to ensure our dogs will find their best and last home.