Adopted: Pepper, a new Alaska resident! – Add Your Pet Travel Stories!



Pepper has made it safely to his new home on Kodiak Island, Alaska, where he is loving the snow! Read all about his adventure going home on his Adopted Page.

This is the 4th or 5th Alaskan Forget Me Not adopted dog – YAY!

We’d love to hear all about your experiences moving or traveling with your pets; we’ll put the best ideas and suggestions together into a separate blog post about how to eliminate those “We’re Moving and Can’t Take Our Pets” owner surrenders.

Leave us your pet travel tales – good and bad – in the comments.

New adoptable dog: Comet


Comet is a Newfoundland mix boy, with who knows what else in there. He was born about October 2008. He is a very confident dog, with a happy disposition and a lot of joy. He’s much smaller than a Newfoundland, probably around 60-65 pounds, and from the history we were able to get on him, it sounds like he may have been trained as a sled dog at one point.


Comet, probably as a result of his sled dog training, pulls HARD on leash right now; the volunteers will be working with him, to teach him to heel (or at least WAIT FOR US, ha). The person who brought Comet to us says he hasn’t been inside much, but that he did appear to be housetrained the times they had him inside. Unfortunately, right now . . . → Read More: New adoptable dog: Comet