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Dharma XP   

In shelter Dog

Rockaway, NJ, 07866
Pet name:
Dharma XP
Alaskan Malamute
NOTE: Dharma lives with Sebastian, another dog who also needs a home - he is listed under Sebastian XP on EHRs website. Although they live together, the dogs can be rehomed separately.

Sebastian & Dharma currently live with a 9 month old cat and a Bichon mix and they are fine with both. Actually, the Bichon rules them.

Look at the smile on this boys face! You can tell that Dharma is a very cuddly loving dog. He was rescued in early April 2022 from a family who unfortunately did not have the space to keep him. Despite his first few months of being in a small space and crates he is just a ball of love who enjoys belly rubs, treats and naps.

Dharma also has a lot of energy and does enjoy walks, hikes and playing tug of war. He is a chewer and is used to having large bones to chew on. Hes the type of dog that can give the best of both worlds. If youd like to relax one day he can nap with you, and if you decide to spend the day out on a hike hed love that too.

Dharma is NOT with 11th Hour Rescue but we are networking him in the hopes that he will find a new home. If you can help Dharma, please email his caretaker Charise directly at


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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