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How Your Money Is Used

Covid-19 has been especially hard on businesses that rely on travel and tourism, and especially for us as a new company starting out in the midst of the pandemic. As a result of the tumultuous year, we have had to find creative ways to sustain our company and support our animals this season.

We promise that all the money donated to our reindeer will go directly towards reindeer support, food, and veterinary services specifically:

  • Food (Pellets, Grass, Linchen, etc)
  • Veterinarian Services (Vet checks, Vaccinations, and Care)
  • Training Material (Sledding)
  • GPS Tracker (To follow your reindeer in Summer when we release them into nature)
  • Building and Fixing Their Homes (Reindeer fences, feeding places, etc)

no animal cruelty

Our reindeer are never forced to work.
We motivate them with love and extra snacks!


A reindeer needs 3-4 years of training to be able to pull a sled.


Your reindeer will have the best food, security, and home for its entire lifetime.

No Reindeer left behind

If a reindeer is sick or hurt, we support them in the rehabilitation process rather than giving up on them.

How You Can
Make a Difference
Adopting a reindeer will ensure that he/she has the best food, training, and dedicated team possible.

Reindeer Mommy

If your reindeer becomes a mom, you will keep track of both mother and child for a full year.

Winter Season

Follow your reindeer during high season through photos, videos, and live streams.

Summer Season

Reindeer are free! But we do keep track where they go and if they are in a easy place to spot we can try to take pictures in a long distance range.

Travel Incentive

Supporting our reindeer means the world to us. That’s why we will be happy to show you around (and even take you on a reindeer ride!) when you come to Lapland.

Special Giveaways

Free adventure packages in Lapland for reindeer sponsors and adopters including entry to our husky program.
Our reindeer packages make thoughtful and responsible gifts for children and adults alike! When you gift a package we will make sure you get a customized email certificate sent to the recipient along with notification of the free adventures waiting for them in Lapland!

How much does a single reindeer need in one year?

Kilograms of Pellets

Kilograms of Lichen

Working Hours

Reindeer Photo Album

A sneak-peek of our herd. For reindeer lovers only

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the many things we will share with you.

What is a sledding reindeer?

A sledding reindeer is usually a male reindeer that has gone through a specific training process. Sledding reindeer should be tame and easy to handle. Before the use of cars the people of Lapland had only reindeer to help them move around between villages, so a good sledding reindeer was really valuable.

How long does a reindeer live?

In the wilderness reindeer usually live to be 8-12 years old. Under our care, however, reindeer live a significantly longer life, which could be as long as 17 years. 

Do they grow new antlers every year?

Reindeer drops their antlers either after mating season or after giving birth. They grow new antlers at Springtime. Each year the re-grown antlers are bigger than the previous year until the reindeer reach about 8-10, when the antlers start growing smaller.

Do reindeer eat carrots like in the Frozen movies?

We have met some reindeer that eat carrots and cookies! 

However, it is rarely the case that reindeer like carrots or bread/cookies. Sugar, wheat, and yeast might upset their little tummies and we don’t recommend giving them anything that can cause them discomfort.


How long does it take to train a reindeer?

Reindeer take approximately 3-4 years to train. Afterwards, a single reindeer can easily pull two adults or small families in a sled.

Do reindeer bite?

Reindeer only have few teeth – one row of front teeth and few teeth in the back of their mouth – so they are not able to bite you.