Alaskan Malamute

  • Breed Group : WORKING
  • Origin : Alaska
  • Average Height : 23" - 25"
  • Average Weight : 75 - 85 lbs.
  • Life Span : 12 - 16 years

Photo Courtesy of : Alaskan Malamute Rescue/New England

Alaskan Malamute Rescue Organizations

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    Mush Rescue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue and placement of Siberian Huskies...
    Tucson AZ 85719 United States
    We are no longer taking in dogs, but will post any dogs available in the state that we hear about...
    P.O. Box 7161 Golden CO 80403 United States
    The Alaskan Malamute Assistance League (AMAL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and charitable organizati...
    Courtenay BC V9N 2L6 Canada
    Operation Sled Dogs is a grass roots group based on knowledge, skills and abilities to assist wit...
    332 Broad St. Wadsworth OH 44281 United States
    Our primary focus is the rescue, rehabilitation and public education of Sled Dog breeds. These in...
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  • Our Alaskan Malamute is a generally large breed originally bred for use hauling heavy freight because of their strength and endurance, and later an Alaskan sled dog. They are related to other arctic breeds, like the Samoyed, the American Eskimo, and the Siberian Husky. It is one of the few ancient dog breeds still in existence in the world today.

    The Malamute dog is a descendant of dogs of the Mahlemut (now known as Kuuvangmiut or more commonly Kobuk) group of Inupiat in upper western Alaska.
    These dogs had a prominent role with their human companions
  • • Love People
    • Not Great with Smaller Pets
    • Prefer Cold Weather Climates
    • Do Not Do Well in Hot Weather
    • Require lots of Exercise
    • Require Lots of Grooming
    • Great Dog to Take Along on Cross Country Skiing Expeditions
    • Love to pull carts or sleds.
    • Very intelligent.
    • Not easy to Train.
    • Quiet dogs, seldom Bark.