ALL dogs listed here are in danger of being killed!
Missing Info & Photos on a Shelter Website mean that dog is gone! By Texas law, stray dogs can be killed after 3 days and owner pets may be killed immediately! Shelters may consider some dog finders as the dog owner. Contact the animal shelter or humane society listed for adoption and other information assistance. *
Shelters *must* euthanize dogs each day to make space available for new dogs. A euthanasia or "KILL DATE" may be given, but not always accurate. Do not hesitate to ask about any dog!
Not all shelters adopt to the general public. Some dogs may be saved when a good rescue foster home is found.Contact TAMR immediately to foster or sponsor any Malamute listed.
* All information is presented as given to TAMR or as collected from shelter listings. TAMR makes NO guarantees on the temperament, personality, health, etc of any dog not in the direct care &/or control of TAMR. Please contact the shelter for additional information or assistance.
Some shelter dogs may be available for rescue if a good foster home is found. Please contact TAMR if you can home foster any Alaskan Malamute listed here.
Stray/Found Dogs May Be Killed After Held 3 Days!
Owner Surrendered Pets May Be Killed Immediately!
All Shelters will Euthanize Pets with Poor Health or Temperament.
Many "No-Kill" Shelters Transfer Dogs to Another Area Shelter for Euthanasia.
True "Low-Kill" Shelters have Limited Intake Admission and Have Long Pet Waiting Lists.
Older dogs, big dogs, common breeds or mixes, and even some common colors are often the first dogs to be euthanized.
Not All Shelters Adopt to Public
Some Shelter Dogs May Be Saved Through Rescue Foster.