Adopt a Dog

At Rancho Luna Lobos we believe in second chances, Sledding for Hope. Most of our rescued dogs come with such a hunger to run hard and fast! They have such a passion to race and get competitive! We do our best to build that confidence and talent to their best ability.

We do, however, get the occasional dog that would just be happier hanging out with their human friends. They would rather hike a little, lay in the sun and feel the comfort of a typical house dog!! They do not mind eating like a sled dog, they just prefer to not run miles and miles on end. So, these are the dogs we have available for adoption. We spend hours, days, weeks, months prepping these dogs to live with your family.  ALL of our dogs are current and up to date on vaccines as per requirements of Summit County Animal Control. Please inquire if interested at [email protected] or call 435.783.3473.

Luna Lobos adoptable dog Harley
Hi I’m, Harley girl!! I am 5 years young and I am a German Shepard and Husky mix. I am very active, strong and have a lot of personality.  Running on the dog teams are fun but I cannot keep up with the crazy huskies.  I hike really well off leash and come when I am called. I can hike as long as 20 miles! I need a home where I can hike with my humans, our run along as you bike. I am great with kids and other dogs. I am a little bossy when it comes to playing games, I feel like other dogs should play by my rules!!
Luna Lobos adoptable dog Sopita
Hello I’m, Sopita!! I am a Blue Heeler/Husky mix. I am pretty active and I love to run, just not on a sled team…well I get a little aggressive when I’m on the line. I do not like when the other dogs are in my personal space. I do well around kids and families and some male dogs. I am great off leash and can hike for hours. I would do well with a family that has maybe one or two dogs. I LOVE to eat!!
Puppies on Luna Lobos Ranch
We have 10 Pyrenees/Malamute/Wolf mixes. These cuddly pups came from Vernal. We were asked to help find these pups good homes. They were abandoned by their original owner.

A good Samaritan had kept all of them at his cabin but was only allowed to keep them for a limited amount of time. After which, they would be forced to be put down, due to the wolf mix (IF they do have wolf mix, they are really low content wolf). Shelters will not take them because of the wolf mix. We now have them in our care and have spent time getting work with them and know them.

They all have amazing personalities and are very sweet. All but two are altered. They are great with people and kids and most are house broken. They are 2.5 years old. If you are interested you may visit, walk them around our trails and get to know them.